U.S. Geological Survey
This 5-m uninterpolated bathymetric grid was created from swath interferometric bathymetry data. Bathymetric data are useful geophysical datasets for geologic framework studies. These data can be used in conjunction with other geophysical and sample data to identifying sea-floor morphology and sediment texture.
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|Data format:||The zip file (WinZip v 14.5) contains a folder with a 32-bit GeoTIFF image at 5-meter resolution and the associated metadata and world files in format GeoTIFF (version ArcMap version 10.2) 32-bit GeoTIFF image Size: 74|
The ZIP file contains a 32-bit GeoTIFF image compressed using the DEFLATE compression format with a world file. To utilize these data an image processing or GIS software package capable of importing a 32-bit TIFF image with DEFLATE compression. Standard image viewing software cannot translate a 32-bit image.