|Range of values|
|Cable||Telecommunications or electrical cable or a pipeline|
|Ship's wake||Water column disturbance produced by a passing ship|
|Rocky Bottom||Areas of the sea floor dominated by rocks and boulders|
|Dredge Spoils||Areas of the sea floor characterized by dumped materials|
|Furrows||Areas of the sea floor characterized by sedimentary furrows|
|Arcuate Bands||Areas of the sea floor characterized by low-backscatter arcuate bands|
|Trawl Marks||Areas of the sea floor characterized by trawl marks|
Lawrence J. Poppe, U.S. Geological Survey, must be referenced as the originator of the dataset in any future products or research derived from these data.
To release the interpretation of the geologic features of the sidescan sonar data acquired by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) survey H11043. This GIS data layer is a component of the Branford Survey, Long Island Sound GIS database.
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