|bedrock or boulders||rocky sea floor|
|megaripples/sand waves||large (>1m amplitude) bedforms|
|glaciolacustrine||glacial lake deposits|
Source data were acquired during National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) survey H11361. Please acknowledge NOAA as the originator of the dataset from which this dataset was derived.
To release a geologic interpretation of the multibeam bathymetric data acquired during NOAA survey H11361, eastern Long Island Sound, in geographic.
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|Data format:||The shapefile (h11361_interp.shp, h11361_interp.shx, h11361_interp.dbf) and browse graphic. in format SHP (version ArcView 3.3) ESRI polygon shapefile Size: 0.084|
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