USGS Cruise 95009 Sidescan Sonar Data Files

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Description SIDESCAN SONAR AND NAVIGATION FIELD DATA COLLECTED DURING MS MS Coastal 95009 (1 - 14 August, 1995). This CD-ROM (Compact Disc-Read Only Memory) has been produced in accordance with the ISO 9660 CD-ROM Standard and is therefore capable of being read on any computing platform that has appropriate CD-ROM driver software installed. Access to the data and information contained on this CD-ROM was developed using the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) utilized by the World Wide Web (WWW) project. Development of the CD-ROM documentation and user interface in HTML allows a user to access the information by using a variety of WWW information browsers (i.e. NCSA Mosaic, Netscape) to facilitate browsing and locating information and data. To access the information contained on this disk with a WWW client browser, open the file 'intro.htm' at the top level directory of this CD-ROM with your selected browser. The HTML documentation is written utilizing some HTML 3.0 enhancements. The disk should be viewable by all WWW browsers but may not properly format on some older WWW browsers. Also, some links to USGS collaborators are available on this CD-ROM. These links are only accessible if access to the Internet is available during browsing of the CD-ROM. The archived sidescan data may be downloaded and processed. There is software available on this CD-ROM for viewing the individual swaths using any computer system running the UNIX operating system. See the "readme.txt" file in the BIN directory for details. This CD-ROM contains copies of the navigation and field sidescan sonar data collected during USGS Cruise 95009, conducted during during 1 - 4 August, 1995. The cruise was a collaborative field program between researchers at Coastal Carolina University and the USGS, Coastal and Marine Geology Program, Woods Hole Field Center. [More]
Originators United States Geological Survey (USGS); Danforth, William W.; Bemis, Brynn; Schwab, William C.; and Paskevich, Valerie F.

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