To provide images of the sea floor acquired with the SEABed Observation and Sampling System (SEABOSS). These data provide ground-truth information for geophysical datasets and are used in seabed interpretations.
GPS tags: The values populated are unique for each image and based on the information exported from YYYY-XXX-FA_station_data_summary.csv.
GPSLatitudeRef GPSLatitude GPSLongitudeRef GPSLongitude GPSTimeStamp GSPDateStampJPEG tags: The tag is listed along with the information used to populate it, which is the same for every image.
comment: Image grabs from a GoPro digital video camera mounted on the USGS SEABOSS deployed from the R/V Auk during survey 2014-015-FA ( https://cmgds.marine.usgs.gov/fan_info.php?fan=2014-015-FA ).EXIF tags: The tag is listed along with the information used to populate it - which is the same for every image.
ImageDescription: Image grab of the sea floor on Stellwagen Bank from survey 2014-015-FA Artist: Page C. Valentine Copyright: Public Domain - please credit the U.S. Geological Survey UserComment: Image part of USGS data release https://doi.org/10.5066/P93OZR8CIPTC tags: The tag is listed along with the information used to populate it - which is the same for every image.
Credit: U.S. Geological Survey Contact: WHSC_data_contact@usgs.gov keywords: Stellwagen Bank, Massachusetts, 2014-015-FA, SEABOSS, sea floor, USGS, ground-truth, https://doi.org/10.5066/P93OZR8C CopyrightNotice: Public Domain - please credit U.S. Geological Survey Caption-Abstract: Image grab of the sea floor on Stellwagen Bank from survey 2014-015-FAXMP tags: The tag is listed along with the information used to populate it - which is the same for every image.
Caption: Image grab of the sea floor on Stellwagen Bank from survey 2014-015-FATo extract the information from the image headers using ExifTool, the following command can be used (tested with ExifTool version 11.54):
exiftool.exe -csv -f -filename -GPSTimeStamp -GPSDateStamp -GPSLongitude -GPSLatitude -n -Artist -Credit -comment -keywords -Caption -Copyright -CopyrightNotice -Caption-Abstract -ImageDescription -UserComment *.jpg > out.csv
The -csv flag writes the information out in a comma-delimited format. The -n option formats the latitude and longitude as signed decimal degrees. Whether you use exiftool or exiftool.exe will depend on the system on which the command is being run. Person who carried out this activity:
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|Data format:||The ZIP file contains JPEG image files, the browse graphic, and the associated FGDC CSDGM metadata. in format JPEG Size: 39.5|
The ZIP file contains images in JPEG format. The user must have software capable of uncompressing the ZIP file and viewing the JPEG images.