Other ID: HB-0604B
Organization(s): USGS, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Principal Investigator(s): Michael Bothner
Affiliate Investigator(s): William Martin (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
Data Type(s): Sampling: Biology, Sampling: Chemistry, Sampling: Geology, Location-Elevation: Navigation
Scientific Purpose/Goals: Recover two benthic chambers in Hingham Bay and collect several diver-collected push cores. The benthic chambers were previously deployed by WHOI scientists W. Martin and J. Goudreau on 6/16/04 from the RAFAEL (HB-0604).
Start Date: 2004-06-23
Start Port/Location: Hingham Harbor, MA
End Date: 2004-06-23
End Port/Location: Hingham Harbor, MA
Equipment Used: SCUBA, GPS (wh)
Information to be Derived: Samples and chemical analysis;
Summary of Activity and Data Gathered: Recovered 2 benthic chambers in Hingham Bay (Station 8) and collected 3 diver-collected push cores. The benthic chambers were previously deployed by WHOI scientists W. Martin and J. Goudreau on 6/16/04 from the RAFAEL (HB-0604). Core 8-3 had pre-installed fins for erosion chamber experiment. Cores 8-1 and 8-2 were shorter. All cores were retained by WHOI.
Staff: Barry Irwin, Charles Worley, Michael Casso
Notes: Drysuits will be necessary in the cold water. Due to shallow water depth (~20 feet), NITROX will not be needed. Original Center People field contained: Barry Irwin (boat operator), Michael Casso and Chuck Worley (divers).
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, 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.