This grid represents the interpretation of the base of mud horizon presented as an isopach grid. This interpretation is based on seismic-reflection profiles collected in 2006 in Apalachicola Bay. The base of mud surface separates the late Holocene estuarine deposits into two units based on changes in the depositional history of the bay. This grid is an isopach grid representing the thickness of the deposit. This grid, combined with the sea floor surface would yield the base of mud surface.
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|Data format:||The WinZip contains the ESRI binary grid (both the grid folder and the info folder) as well as the associated metadata. in format AIG (version ArcGIS 9.2) Size: 0.237|
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