U.S. Geological Survey
These 1-m backscatter mosaic were created from 100 kHz Klein sidescan sonar data. Backscatter mosaic images are useful geophysical datasets for geologic framework studies. These data can be used in conjunction with other geophysical and sample data to identify sea-floor morphology and sediment texture.
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|Data format:||The zip file (WinZip v. 14.5) contains a folder with 1 GeoTIFF image at 1-meter resolution and the associated metadata and world files in format GeoTIFF (version ArcMap version 10.2) GeoTIFF image Size: 400|
The image contained in the ZIP file is available as BigTIFF GeoTIFF image with a world file. To utilize these data, the user must have an image viewer, or an image processing or GIS software package capable of importing a BigTIFF image. This image may not open in older GIS software (earlier than version 10.0)