Other ID: IG 15-1; IG1501
Organization(s): USGS, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Location: southeast Georgia embayment, United States, North America, North Atlantic;
Principal Investigator(s): William Dillon
Affiliate Investigator(s): Joel Watkins - Ch. Sci., University of Texas Institute for Geophysics (UTIG); Richard Buffler - Project Scientist, UTIG
Information Specialist(s): Nancy K. Soderberg
Data Type(s): Seismics: Multichannel, Seismics: Sonobouy, Location-Elevation: Navigation
Scientific Purpose/Goals: UTIG contracted to collect bathymetry, seismics and magnetics in the southeast Georgia Embayment area on behalf of USGS.
Start Date: 1975-05-09
Start Port/Location: Galveston, TX
End Date: 1975-05-26
End Port/Location: Port Canaveral, FL
Equipment Used: Multichannel seismics, Seismic refraction, Loran-C, Transit GPS, Dead reckoning
Information to be Derived:
Summary of Activity and Data Gathered: Collected seismic lines SE-1 thru SE-6 for the USGS from 05/16/75 - 05/25/75. Data: demultiplexed field tapes, tape reel log, seismic field log, digital navigation and printout, observers' logs, field bathymetry log, field magnetometer log, and track chart.
Notes: Contract survey by University of Texas for USGS as part of a larger cruise. Submitted 08/24/09 by A. Orton for N. Soderberg.
Buffler, R.T., Watkins, Joel S., and Dillon, William P., 1979, Geology of the offshore Southeast Georgia Embayment, U.S. Atlantic continental margin, based on multichannel seismic reflection profiles; in Watkins, J.S., Montadert, L., and Dickerson, P.W., eds., Geological and geophysical investigations of continental margins: American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Memoir 29, .
Dillon, W.P., Paull, C.K., Buffler, R.T., and Fail, J.-P., 1979, Structure and development of the Southeast Georgia Embayment and northern Blake Plateau; preliminary analysis; in Watkins, J.S., Montadert, L., and Dickerson, P.W., eds., Geological and geophysical investigations of continental margins: American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Memoir 29, .