|mark produced by a dragged anchor
|semi-isolated bathymetric low
|sedimentary furrow that appears as an elongate depression
|pipeline or cable
|telecommunications or electrical cable or a gas pipline
|sunken ship resting on the bottom
To release a shape file containing the interpretation of the 2-m bathymetry generated from NOAA survey H11255 in Long Island Sound in geographic. Interpreted features on the seabed within this survey area include: sedimentary furrows, pipeline/cable, semi-isolated depressions, anchor scars, and a shipwreck.
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