Other ID: HB-0604
Organization(s): USGS, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Principal Investigator(s): Michael Bothner
Affiliate Investigator(s): W. Martin, WHOI
Information Specialist(s): Michael Casso
Data Type(s): Geochemical: Experiments, Imagery: Photo, Location-Elevation: Navigation, Sampling: Biology, Sampling: Geology
Scientific Purpose/Goals: Deploy 2 benthic chambers in Hingham Bay (Station 8) and collect up to 8 diver-collected push cores. Return in about 1 week to recover the benthic chambers.
Start Port/Location: Hingham Harbor, MA
End Port/Location: Hingham Harbor, MA
Start Date: 2004-06-16
End Date: 2004-06-16
Equipment Used: GPS (wh), Benthic Chambers, Digital camera, Push corer (wh)
Information to be Derived: Samples and chemical analysis;
Summary of Activity and Data Gathered: On June 16, deployed two benthic chambers in Hingham Bay (Station 8) and collected 6 diver-collected push cores. Water depth was 24 feet. The cores were 4.5-inch ID. Extrusion pistons were inserted upon removal from the bottom. Core 8-6 had pre-installed fins for erosion experiment. Cores 8-3 through 8-6 were x-rayed at Falmouth Hospital. On June 23, the benthic chambers were recovered. Area of operation: 42.2914N to 42.2916N; -70.93W to -70.932W.
Staff: Dann Blackwood, Michael Casso, Charles Worley
Notes: Dann Blackwood prepared dive plan. Original Center People field contained: C. Worley (boat captain), D. Blackwood and M. Casso (divers).
Hull Bay, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, United States, North America, North Atlantic;
Bothner, M.H., Butman, B., Alexander, P.S., Baldwin, S.M., Blackwood, D.S., Borden, J., Casso, M.A., Crusius, J., Goudreau, J., Kalnejais, L.H., Lamothe, P.J., Martin, W.R., Martini, M.A., Rendigs, R.R., Sayles, F.L., Signell, R.P., Valentine, P.C., and Warner, J.C., 2007, Processes influencing the transport and fate of contaminated sediments in the coastal ocean - Boston Harbor and Massachusetts Bay: 89 URL: http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/2007/1302/.
Kalnejais, L.H., Martin, William R., and Bothner, Michael H., 2010, The release of dissolved nutrients and metals from coastal sediments due to resuspension: Marine Chemistry, v. 121 no. 1-4, pp. 224–235, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marchem.2010.05.002.
Kalnejais, L.H., Martin, William R., Signell, Richard P., and Bothner, Michael H., 2007, Role of sediment resuspension in the remobilization of particulate-phase metals from coastal sediments: Environmental Science and Technology, v. 41 no. 7, doi: 10.1021/es061770z.