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Gutierrez, B.T., Plant, N.G., and Thieler, E.R, 2011, A Bayesian Network to predict vulnerability to sea-level rise: data report: U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series-601 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/601
During the 21st century, sea-level rise is projected to have a wide range of effects on coastal environments, development, and infrastructure. Consequently, there has been an increased focus on developing modeling or other analytical approaches to evaluate potential impacts to inform coastal management. This report provides the data that were used to develop and evaluate the performance of a Bayesian network designed to predict long-term shoreline change due to sea-level rise. The data include local rates of relative sea-level rise, wave height, tide range, geomorphic classification, coastal slope, and shoreline-change rate compiled as part of the U.S. Geological Survey Coastal Vulnerability Index for the U.S. Atlantic coast. In this project, the Bayesian network is used to define relationships among driving forces, geologic constraints, and coastal responses. Using this information, the Bayesian network is used to make probabilistic predictions of shoreline change in response to different future sea-level-rise scenarios.
Valentine, Page C., Gallea, Leslie B., Blackwood, Dann S., and Twomey, Erin R., 2010, Seabed photographs, sediment texture analyses, and sun-illuminated sea floor topography in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary region off Boston, Massachusetts: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 469 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/469/
The U.S. Geological Survey, in collaboration with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Sanctuary Program, conducted seabed mapping and related research in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary region from 1993 to 2004. The mapped area is approximately 3,700 km² (1,100 nmi²) in size and was subdivided into 18 quadrangles. An extensive series of sea-floor maps of the region based on multibeam sonar surveys has been published as paper maps and online in digital format (PDF, EPS, PS). In addition, 2,628 seabed-sediment samples were collected and analyzed and are in the usSEABED: Atlantic Coast Offshore Surficial Sediment Data Release. This report presents for viewing and downloading the more than 10,600 still seabed photographs that were acquired during the project. The digital images are provided in thumbnail, medium (1536 x 1024 pixels), and high (3071 x 2048) resolution. The images can be viewed by quadrangle on the U.S. Geological Survey Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center’s photograph database. Photograph metadata are embedded in each image in Exchangeable Image File Format and also provided in spreadsheet format. Published digital topographic maps and descriptive text for seabed features are included here for downloading and serve as context for the photographs. An interactive topographic map for each quadrangle shows locations of photograph stations, and each location is linked to the photograph database. This map also shows stations where seabed sediment was collected for texture analysis; the results of grain-size analysis and associated metadata are presented in spreadsheet format.
Butman, Bradford, Dalyander, P.S., Bothner, M.H., Borden, Jonathan, Casso, M.A., Gutierrez, B.T., Hastings, M.E., Lightsom, F.L., Martini, M.A., Montgomery, E.T., Rendigs, R.R., and Strahle, W.S., 2009, Long-term oceanographic observations in Massachusetts Bay, 1989 - 2006: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 74, Version 3 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/74/index.html
Sanford, Jordan M., Harrison, Arnell S., Wiese, Dana S., and Flocks, James G., 2009, Archive of digitized analog Boomer and Minisparker seismic reflection data collected from the Alabama-Mississippi-Louisiana Shelf during cruises onboard the R/V CARANCAHUA and R/V GYRE, April and July, 1981: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 428, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/usgspubs/ds/ds428
Sanford, Jordan M., Harrison, Arnell S., Wiese, Dana S., and Flocks, James G., 2009, Archive of digitized analog Boomer seismic reflection data collected from the Mississippi-Alabama-Florida Shelf during cruises onboard the R/V KIT JONES, June 1990 and July 1991: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 429 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/429/
In June of 1990 and July of 1991, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) conducted geophysical surveys to investigate the shallow geologic framework of the Mississippi-Alabama-Florida shelf in the northern Gulf of Mexico, from Mississippi Sound to the Florida Panhandle. Work was done onboard the Mississippi Mineral Resources Institute R/V Kit Jones as part of a project to study coastal erosion and offshore sand resources. This report is part of a series to digitally archive the legacy analog data collected from the Mississippi-Alabama SHelf (MASH). The MASH data rescue project is a cooperative effort by the USGS and the Minerals Management Service (MMS). This report serves as an archive of high-resolution scanned Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) and Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) images of the original boomer paper records, navigation files, trackline maps, Geographic Information System (GIS) files, cruise logs, and formal Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) metadata.
Butman, B., Dalyander, P.S., Bothner, M.H., and Lang, W.N., 2008, Time-series photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay, Version 2, 1989 - 1996: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 265, Version 2.0, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/265/
Butman, B., Dalyander, P.S., Bothner, M.H., and Lange, W.N., 2008, Time-series photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay, 1996 - 2005: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 266, Version 1.0, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/266/
Time-series photographs of the sea floor were obtained from an instrumented tripod deployed in western Massachusetts Bay at LT-A (42 22.6' N, 70 47.0' W; 32 m water depth; fig. 1) from December 1989 through September 2005. The photographs provide time-series observations of physical changes of the sea floor, near-bottom water turbidity, and life on the sea floor. Two reports present these photographs in digital form (table 1) and chronological order. U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 265 (Butman and others, 2008a) contains the photographs obtained from December 1989 to October 1996. This report, U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 266 (Butman and others, 2008b), contains photographs obtained from October 1996 through September 2005. The photographs are published in separate reports because the data files are too large for distribution on a single DVD. This report also contains photographs that were published previously in an uncompressed format (Butman and others 2004a, b, and c; table 1); they have been compressed and included in this publication so that all of the photographs are available in the same format. The photographs, obtained every 4 or every 6 hours, are presented as individual photographs (in .png format, each accessible through a page of thumbnails) and as a movie (in .avi format). The time-series photographs taken at LT-A were collected as part of a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) study to understand the transport and fate of sediments and associated contaminants in Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay (Bothner and Butman, 2007). This long-term study was carried out by the USGS in partnership with the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) (http://www.mwra.state.ma.us/) and with logistical support from the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG). Long-term oceanographic observations help to identify the processes causing bottom sediment resuspension and transport and provide data for developing and testing numerical models. The observations document seasonal and interannual changes in currents, hydrography, suspended-matter concentration, and the importance of infrequent catastrophic events, such as major storms, in sediment resuspension and transport. LT-A is approximately 1 km south of the ocean outfall that began discharging treated sewage effluent from the Boston metropolitan area into Massachusetts Bay in September 2000. See Butman and others (2004d) and Butman and others (2007a) for a description of the oceanographic measurements at LT-A. See Butman and others (2007c) and Warner and others (2008) for discussion of sediment transport in Massachusetts Bay.
Sanford, Jordan M., Harrison, Arnell S., Wiese, Dana S., and Flocks, James G., 2008, Archive of digitized analog Boomer seismic reflection data collected from Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, to Mobile Bay, Alabama, during cruises onboard the R/V ERDA-1, June and August 1992: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 370 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/370/
In June and August of 1992, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) conducted geophysical surveys to investigate the shallow geologic framework from Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana, to Mobile Bay, Alabama. This work was conducted onboard the Argonne National Laboratory's R/V ERDA-1 as part of the Mississippi/Alabama Pollution Project. This report is part of a series to digitally archive the legacy analog data collected from the Mississippi-Alabama SHelf (MASH). The MASH data rescue project is a cooperative effort by the USGS and the Minerals Management Service (MMS). A standardized naming convention was established to allow for better management of scanned trackline images within the MASH data rescue project. Each cruise received a unique field activity ID based on the year the data were collected, the first two digits of the survey vessel name, and the number of cruises made (to date) by that vessel that year (i.e. 92ER2 represents the second cruise made by the R/V ERDA-1 in 1992.) The new field activity IDs 92ER2 and 92ER4 presented in this report were originally referred to as ERDA 92-2 and ERDA 92-4 at the USGS in St. Petersburg, FL, and 92010 and 92037 at the USGS in Woods Hole, MA. A table showing the naming convention lineage for cruise IDs in the MASH data rescue series is included as a PDF. This report serves as an archive of high resolution scanned Tagged Image File Format (TIFF) and Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) images of the original boomer paper records, navigation files, trackline maps, Geographic Information System (GIS) files, cruise logs, and formal Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) metadata for cruises 92ER2 and 92ER4. The boomer system uses an acoustic energy source called a plate, which consists of capacitors charged to a high voltage and discharged through a transducer in the water. The source is towed on a sled, at sea level, and when discharged emits a short acoustic pulse, or shot, which propagates through the water and sediment column. The acoustic energy is reflected at density boundaries (such as the seafloor or sediment layers beneath the seafloor), detected by the hydrophone receiver, and the amplitude of the reflected energy is recorded by an Edward P. Curley Lab (EPC) thermal plotter. This process is repeated at timed intervals (for example, 0.5 s) and recorded for specific intervals of time (for example, 100 ms). The timed intervals are also referred to as the shot interval or fire rate. On analog records, the recorded interval is referred to as the sweep, which is the amount of time the recorder stylus takes to sweep from the top of the record to the bottom of the record, thereby recording the amplitude of the reflected energy of one shot. In this way, consecutive recorded shots produce a two-dimensional (2-D) vertical image of the shallow geologic structure beneath the ship track. Many of the geophysical data collected by the USGS prior to the late 1990s were recorded in analog format and stored as paper copies. Scientists onboard made hand-written annotations onto these records to note latitude and longitude, time, line number, course heading, and geographic points of reference. Each paper roll typically contained numerous survey lines and could reach more than 90 ft in length. All rolls are stored at the USGS FISC-St. Petersburg, FL. To preserve the integrity of these records and improve accessibility, analog holdings were converted to digital files.
Butman, B., Dalyander, P.S., Bothner, M.H., and Lange, W.H., 2007, Time-series photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay, version 1, 1989-1993: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 265, Version 1.0, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/265/
Butman, Bradford, Valentine, Page C., Middleton, Tammie J., and Danforth, William W., 2007, A GIS library of multibeam data for Massachusetts Bay and the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, offshore of Boston, Massachusetts: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 99, Version 1.0, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/99/
Draut, Amy E., Bothner, Michael H., Reynolds, Richard L., Buchan, Olivia C., Cochran, Susan A., Casso, Michael A., Baldwin, Sandra M., Goldstein, Harland, Xiao, Jiang, Field, Michael E., and Logan, Joshua B., 2007, Sedimentary properties of shallow marine cores collected in June and September 2006, Hanalei Bay, Kaua'i, Hawai'i: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 289, Version 1.0 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/289/
Sedimentary facies, short-lived isotopes 7Be, 137Cs, and 210Pb, and magnetic properties of sediment cores in Hanalei Bay, Kaua`i, Hawai`i, were used to assess sediment sources and patterns of deposition associated with seasonal flooding of the Hanalei River. Sediment cores were collected from the seafloor in June and September of 2006 to supplement similar data collected during the summer of 2005. The youngest and thickest terrigenous sediment was observed on the east side of the bay: near the Hanalei River mouth and in a bathymetric depression, known locally as the Black Hole, that acts as a temporary sediment sink. Deposits from floods that occurred between February and April 2006 left flood deposits in the eastern bay that, by June of 2006, were on the order of 10 cm thick. A flood occurred on August 7, 2006, that was smaller than floods that occurred the previous winter but was a substantial discharge event for the summer season. Deposits from the winter 2006 floods continued to dominate the sedimentary record in the eastern bay through early fall, even after the addition of newer sediment during the August 7 flood; this is consistent with the much higher sediment input of the winter floods compared with the August 7 flood. Broad variations in magnetic grain size and relative magnetite-hematite abundance in several sediment cores indicate many sources of upland terrigenous sediment. As a group, recent flood deposits show much less variation in these properties compared with older deposits, implying either that the 2006 winter-spring flood sediment originated from one or more distinct upland settings, or that substantial mixing of sediment from multiple sources occurred during transport. Sediment is most readily remobilized and advected out of the bay during winter, when oceanic conditions are energetic. In summer, wave and current measurements made concurrently with this study showed weak currents and little wave energy, indicating that sediment delivered during summer floods most likely remains in the bay until winter storms can remove it. Increased turbidity and sedimentation on corals resulting from floods of the Hanalei River could affect the sustainability of coral reefs and their many associated species. This possibility is of particular concern during summer months when wave energy is low and sediment is not readily remobilized and transported out of the bay. The timing (seasonality) and magnitude of sediment input to the coastal ocean relative to seasonal variations in wave and current energy could have significant ecological consequences for coral-reef communities in the Hawaiian Islands.
Buczkowski, Brian J., Reid, Jane A., Jenkins, Chris J., Reid, Jamey M., Williams, S. Jeffress, and Flocks, James G., 2006, usSEABED; Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean (Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands) offshore surficial sediment data release: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 146, version 1.0 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/2006/146/
Over the past 50 years there has been an explosion in scientific interest, research effort and information gathered on the geologic sedimentary character of the United States continental margin. Data and information from thousands of publications have greatly increased our scientific understanding of the geologic origins of the shelf surface but rarely have those data been combined and integrated. This publication is the first release of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean (Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands) coastal and offshore data from the usSEABED database. The report contains a compilation of published and previously unpublished sediment texture and other geologic data about the sea floor from diverse sources. usSEABED is an innovative database system developed to bring assorted data together in a unified database. The dbSEABED system is used to process the data. Examples of maps displaying attributes such as grain size and sediment color are included. This database contains information that is a scientific foundation for the USGS Marine Aggregate Resources and Processes Assessment and Benthic Habitats projects, and will be useful to the marine science community for other studies of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean continental margins. This publication is divided into ten sections: Home, Introduction, Content, usSEABED (data), dbSEABED (processing), Data Catalog, References, Contacts, Acknowledgments and Frequently Asked Questions. Use the navigation bar on the left to navigate to specific sections of this report. Underlined topics throughout the publication are links to more information. Links to specific and detailed information on processing and those to pages outside this report will open in a new browser window.
Butman, B., Alexander, P.S., Anderson, S.P., Lightsom, F.L., Scotti, A., and Beardsley, R.C., 2006, The Massachusetts Bay internal wave experiment, August 1998; data report: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 85, Version 2.0, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/2006/85/
This data report presents oceanographic observations made in Massachusetts Bay (fig. 1) in August 1998 as part of the Massachusetts Bay Internal Wave Experiment (MBIWE98). MBIWE98 was carried out to characterize large-amplitude internal waves in Massachusetts Bay and to investigate the possible resuspension and transport of bottom sediments caused by these waves. This data report presents a description of the field program and instrumentation, an overview of the data through summary plots and statistics, and the time-series data in NetCDF format. The objective of this report is to make the data available in digital form and to provide summary plots and statistics to facilitate browsing of the data set. The existence of large-amplitude internal waves in Massachusetts Bay was first described by Halpern (1971). In summer when the water is stratified, packets of waves propagate westward into the bay on the flood (westward flowing) tide at about 0.5 m/s. The internal waves are observed in packets of 5-10 waves, have periods of 5-10 minutes and wavelengths of 200-400 m, and cause downward excursions of the thermocline of as much as 30 m. The waves are generated by interaction of the barotropic tide with Stellwagen Bank (Haury and others (1979). Several papers present analyses and interpretations of the data collected during the MBIWE98. Grosenbaugh and others (2002) report on the results of the horizontal array, Scotti and others (2005) describe a strategy for processing observations made by Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs) in the presence of short-wavelength internal waves, Butman and others (in press) describe the effect of these waves on sediment transport, and Scotti and others (in press) describe the energetics of the internal waves.
Reid, J.A., Reid, J.M., Jenkins, C.J., Zimmermann, M., Williams, S.J., and Field, M.E., 2006, usSEABED: Pacific Coast (California, Oregon, Washington) Offshore Surficial-Sediment Data Release: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 182
Landerman, Laura A., Sherwood, Christopher R., Gelfenbaum, G., Lacy, J.C., Ruggiero, P., Wilson, Douglas J., Chisholm, Thomas A., Kurrus, K.,, 2005, Grays Harbor sediment transport experiment Spring 2001; Data Report: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 98
Reid, J.M., Reid, J.A., Jenkins, C.J., Hastings, M.E., Williams, S.J., and Poppe, L.J., 2005, usSEABED; Atlantic coast offshore surficial sediment data release: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 118, Version 1.0, CD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/2005/118/
Over the past 50 years there has been an explosion in scientific interest, research effort and information gathered on the geologic sedimentary character of the U.S. Atlantic coast continental margin. Data and information from thousands of publications have greatly increased our scientific understanding of the geologic origins of the shelf surface but rarely have those data been combined and integrated. This publication is the first release of the Atlantic coast data from the usSEABED database. The report contains a compilation of published and unpublished sediment texture and other geologic data about the seafloor from diverse sources. usSEABED is an innovative database system developed to bring assorted data together in a unified database. The dbSEABED system is used to process the data. Examples of maps displaying attributes such as grain size and sediment color are included. This database contains information that is the scientific foundation for the USGS Marine Aggregate Resources and Processes Assessment and Benthic Habitats projects and will be useful to the marine science community for other studies of the Atlantic coast continental margin. The publication is divided into ten sections: Home, Introduction, Contents, usSEABED (data), dbSEABED (processing), Data Catalog, References, Contacts, Acknowledgments, and Frequently Asked Questions. Use the navigation bar on the left to navigate to specific sections of this report. Underlined topics throughout the publication are links to more information. Links to specific and detailed information on processing and those to pages outside this report will open in a new browser window.
Butman, B., Alexander, P.S., and Bothner, M.H., 2004, Time-series photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay; June 1998 to May 1999: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 96, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/2004/96/
This report presents time-series photographs of the sea floor obtained from an instrumented tripod deployed at Site A in western Massachusetts Bay (42 22.6' N., 70 47.0' W., 30 m water depth, figure 1) from June 1998 through May 1999. Site A is approximately 1 km south of an ocean outfall that began discharging treated sewage effluent from the Boston metropolitan area into Massachusetts Bay in September 2000. Time-series photographs and oceanographic observations were initiated at Site A in December 1989 and are anticipated to continue to September 2005. This one of a series of reports that present these images in digital form. The objective of these reports is to enable easy and rapid viewing of the photographs and to provide a medium-resolution digital archive. The images, obtained every 4 hours, are presented as a movie (in .avi format, which may be viewed using an image viewer such as QuickTime or Windows Media Player) and as individual images (.tif format). The images provide time-series observations of changes of the sea floor and near-bottom water properties.
Butman, B., Alexander, P.S., and Bothner, M.H., 2004, Time-series photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay; May 1999 to September 1999; May 2000 to September 2000; and October 2001 to February 2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 97, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/ds/2004/97/
This report presents time-series photographs of the sea floor obtained from an instrumented tripod deployed at Site A in western Massachusetts Bay (42 22.6' N., 70 47.0' W., 30 m water depth, figure 1) from May 1999 to September 1999; May 2000 to September 2000; and October 2001 to February 2002. Site A is approximately 1 km south of an ocean outfall that began discharging treated sewage effluent from the Boston metropolitan area into Massachusetts Bay in September 2000. Time-series photographs and oceanographic observations were initiated at Site A in December 1989 and are anticipated to continue to September 2005. This one of a series of reports that present these images in digital form. The objective of these reports is to enable easy and rapid viewing of the photographs and to provide a medium-resolution digital archive. The images, obtained every 4 hours, are presented as a movie (in .avi format, which may be viewed using an image viewer such as QuickTime or Windows Media Player) and as individual images (.tif format). The images provide time-series observations of changes of the sea floor and near-bottom water properties.
Butman, B., Bothner, M.H., Alexander, P.S., Lightsom, F.L., Martini, M.A., Gutierrez, B.T., and Strahle, W.S., 2004, Long-term oceanographic observations in western Massachusetts Bay offshore of Boston, Massachusetts; data report for 1989-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS-74, Version 2.0, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/dds/dds74/
Butman, Bradford, Alexander, P. Soupy, and Bothner, Michael H., 2004, Time-series photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay; June 1997 to June 1998: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 87, DVD-ROM . Online at http://woodshole.er.usgs.gov/pubs/ds-87/
Williams, S. Jeffress, Reid, Jamey M., Cross, VeeAnn A., and Polloni, Christopher F., 2003, Coastal erosion and wetland change in Louisiana; selected USGS products: U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series 79, Version 1.0, DVD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/dds/dds79/
Hammar-Klose, E.S., Thieler, E.R.,, 2001, Coastal vulnerability to sea level rise--A preliminary database for the U.S. Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf of Mexico coasts: U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series - 68, CD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/dds/dds68/
Twichell, D. C., Polloni, C. F., Ambroziak, Cook,, 1993, CD-ROM Atlas of the Deepwater Parts of the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone in the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Eastern Caribbean Sea; GLORIA Sidescan Sonar Atlas and Data: U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS-15, CD-ROM . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/dds/dds15/
Zihlman, F.N., Abston, C.C., Taylor, D.J., Agena, W.F., and Oliver, H.L., 1993, International Phase of Ocean Drilling seismic Line 1 demultiplexed data, Cape Hatteras to mid-Atlantic Ridge: U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS-13, Version 1.0
Bothner, M H, Parmenter, C.M., Twichell, D.C., Polloni, C, Knebel, H.J.,, 1992, A geologic map of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay, constructed from digital sidescan sonar images, photography, and sediment samples: U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS-3 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/dds/dds3/
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Bothner, Michael H., 0, Chemical composition of sediments and suspended matter of coastal Massachusetts: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Butman, B, Bothner, M.H., Lightsom, F.L., Gutierrez, B.T., Martini, M.A., and Strahle, W.S., 0, Long-term oceanographic observations in western Massachusetts Bay offshore of Boston, Massachusetts: data report for 1989-2000: U.S. Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS-74, Version 1.0, superceded by Version 2.0 . Online at http://pubs.usgs.gov/dds/dds74/
Butman, B., Alexander, P.S., 0, Time-series photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay 1991-1992: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Butman, B., Alexander, P.S. and Bothner, M., 0, Time-series photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay 19xx-xxxx: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series xxx
Butman, B., Alexander, P.S., and Bothner, M., 0, Photographs of the sea floor in western Massachusetts Bay 1989-1991: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
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Butman, Bradford, Danforth, William W., Hughes-Clark, John, Knowles, Stephen C., Lemmond, Peter, Mayer, Larry A., Rona, Peter A., and Tucholke, Brian E., 0, A GIS library of multibeam data for the Middle Atlantic Bight, offshore of New York: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 274, DVD-ROM
Denny, J., F. and Schwab, W.C.,, 0, Geologic framework of the New York Bight Apex and the nearshore region off southern Long Island: U.S. Geolgical Survey Data Series
Denny, J.F. and Sherwood, C.R., 0, MVCO / Ripples DRI Data Report: Geophysical and Bathymetric Survey Report: U.S. Geological Data Series
Edwards, M., Hutchinson, D., Foster, D.S., Soderberg, N.K., O'Brien, T.F., and Irwin, B.J., 0, Seismic data rescue: R/V Farnella cruise Leg 87-3 in the U.S. Atlantic Margin EEZ,: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Edwards, M., Hutchinson, D., Foster, D.S., Soderberg, N.K., O'Brien, T.F., and Irwin, B.J., 0, Seismic data rescue: R/V Farnella cruise Leg 87-2 in the U.S. Atlantic Margin EEZ: U.S. Geolgical Survey Data Series
Edwards, M., Hutchinson, D., Foster, D.S., Soderberg, N.K., O'Brien, T.F., and Irwin, B.J., 0, Seismic data rescue: R/V Farnella cruise Leg 87-5 in the U.S. Atlantic Margin EEZ: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Edwards, M., Hutchinson, D., Foster, D.S., Soderberg, N.K., O'Brien, T.F., and Irwin, B.J., 0, Seismic data rescue: R/V Farnella cruise Leg 87-4 in the U.S. Atlantic Margin EEZ: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Edwards, M., Hutchinson, D., Foster, D.S., Soderberg, N.K., O'Brien, T.F., and Irwin, B.J., 0, Seismic data rescue: R/V Farnella cruise Leg 87-1 in the U.S. Atlantic Margin EEZ,: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Queen Mary coast area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Drygalski Ice Tongue area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series xx, Web Only
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Oates coast area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the George V coast area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Banzare coast area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Prince Olav coast area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Princess Ragnhild coast area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Fimbul Ice Shelf area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Cape Norvegia area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Filchner Ice Shelf area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
Foley, K.M., Ferrigno, J.G., Swithinbank, C., Williams, R.S., Jr., and Orndorff, A., 0, Coastal-change and glaciological map of the Amery Ice Shelf area, Antarctica 1974-2002: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series
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