To provide a log detailing the acquisition of data by the U.S. Geological Survey during the 2012 chirp survey of Baltimore, Washington, and Norfolk Canyons aboard the M/V Tiki XIV. This includes details on missing files, as well as which HYPACK files correspond to which chirp SEG-Y files.
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|Data format:||Zip-compressed Excel spreadsheet format ship's log and associated metadata from U.S. Geological Survey field activity 2012-005-FA within mid-Atlantic margin submarine canyons. This metadata file describes both the uncompressed and zip-compressed log. in format XLSX (version Microsoft Excel 2010) Microsoft Excel 2010 Spreadsheet Size: 0.1|
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