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Sea-Floor Character and Sedimentary Processes in the Vicinity of Woods Hole, Massachusetts


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Figure 44. Detailed perspective view of the bathymetry looking south across the sand-wave field east of Great Ledge from the digital terrain model produced during National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration survey H11077 of Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Line shows location of transect; cross section shows scaled bathymetry and that sand-wave asymmetry indicates net eastward transport along the northern part of this sand-wave field. Location of view is shown in figure 19.

Figure 44. Detailed perspective view of the bathymetry looking south across the sand-wave field east of Great Ledge from the digital terrain model produced during National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration survey H11077 of Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Line shows location of transect; cross section shows scaled bathymetry and that sand-wave asymmetry indicates net eastward transport along the northern part of this sand-wave field. Location of view is shown in figure 19.

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