Multichannel sparker seismic-reflection data between Cross Sound and Dixon Entrance, offshore southeastern Alaska, collected from 2016-05-17 to 2016-06-12 during field activity 2016-625-FA

Online link https://cmgds.marine.usgs.gov/catalog/pcmsc/DataReleases/ScienceBase/DR_F7NG4PTW/2016-625-FA_MCS_Metadata.faq.html
Description Multichannel sparker (MCS) seismic-reflection data were collected along the Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault between Cross Sound and Dixon Entrance, offshore southeastern Alaska from 2016-05-17 to 2016-06-12. Data were collected aboard the Alaska Department of Fish and Game R/V Medeia, and recorded using a 32 channel GeoEel digital streamer, an Applied Acoustics power supply, and a SIG SLP 790 Sparker Electrode. MCS profiles were collected coincident with multibeam data collected at higher survey speeds (5-6 knots), which reduced the MCS data quality. [More]
Originators Balster-Gee, Alicia F.; Andrews, Brian D.; Brothers, Daniel S.; ten Brink, Uri S.; Kluesner, Jared W.; Haeussler, Peter J.; and Hart, Patrick E.

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Thumbnail image of bathymetric terrain model of Queen Charlotte Fault area with MCS lines shown in black, southeastern Gulf of Alaska.
Thumbnail image of bathymetric terrain model of Queen Charlotte Fault area with MCS lines shown in black, southeastern Gulf of Alaska.