Other ID: none
Organization(s): USGS, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Location: Central/Eastern Alaskan North Slope, Alaska, United States, North America;
Principal Investigator(s): Carolyn Ruppel
Information Specialist(s): Carolyn Ruppel
Data Type(s): Location-Elevation: Navigation, Seismics: Boomer, Seismics: Sub Bottom Profiler, Sonar: Single Beam
Scientific Purpose/Goals: Map shallow methane and methane seeps; constrain shallow lake stratigraphy at locations of cores acquired for the project in April 2010; infer deeper structure if possible.
Start Date: 2010-07-12
Start Port/Location: Lake Teshekpuk, Lake 21, North Slope, Alaska
End Date: 2010-07-19
End Port/Location: Lake Teshekpuk, Lake 21, North Slope, Alaska
Equipment Used: EdgeTech 424 chirp sub-bottom profiler, Single channel hydrophone, Humminbird fishfinder, GPS (wh), Boomer
Information to be Derived:
Summary of Activity and Data Gathered: Edgetech 424, boomer, and lake bottom sonar/water column images were collected from a small boat over the northern part of Lake Teshekpuk, including an area of previously identified shallow methane.
Staff: Charles Worley
Notes: Project = High-Latitude Climate-Hydrates Interactions - Dept. of Energy, High-Latitude Climate-Hydrates Interactions - Dept. of Energy