This work was funded by the South Florida Water Management District office in Miami, Florida. We thank Chandra A. Dreher of the USGS in St. Petersburg, FL, for her field support during data collection. We also thank Gina M. Peery of the USGS in St. Petersburg, FL, for her assistance with the web design layout for this appendix, as well as for providing examples of her formal metadata.
Marine seismic reflection data is used to image and map sedimentary and structural features of the seafloor and subsurface. These data are useful in mapping the extent of the subsurface structure, sediment thickness, and depths to various stratigraphic horizons, as well as in assessing other submarine geologic characteristics and features. These data were collected as part of a larger aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) project done in cooperation with the South Florida Water Management District.
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Access_Constraints: None. These data are held in the public domain.
Use_Constraints:The U.S. Geological Survey requests to be acknowledged as the originator of the data in future products or derivative research.
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