Reprocessed multichannel seismic-reflection (MCS) data from USGS field activity T-1-96-SC collected in San Diego Bay, California in 1996

Online link https://cmgds.marine.usgs.gov/catalog/pcmsc/DataReleases/ScienceBase/DR_P93Z2LYJ/T-1-96-SC_SDBay_reproc_mcs_metadata.faq.html
Description This data release presents reprocessed multichannel seismic-reflection (MCS) data that was originally collected in 1996 in partnership with the California Division of Mines and Geology and Caltrans as part of a seismic hazard assessment of the Coronado Bridge in San Diego Bay, California. The original survey collected 130 km of data with a 14-cubic inch sleeve-gun (airgun) source, a 24-channel streamer, and 3.125 m shot spacing. Reprocessed profiles show increased data resolution, with data recorded to 750 ms two-way-travel-time, and interpretable data down to about 400 m. [More]
Originators Singleton, Drake M.; Brothers, Daniel S.; Kluesner, Jared W.; and Sliter, Ray W.

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Map of tracklines along which MCS data were collected during USGS field activity T-1-96-SC
Map of tracklines along which MCS data were collected during USGS field activity T-1-96-SC