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The bathymetry data collected along these tracklines were used to define the seafloor morphology as part of the Massachusetts Seafloor Mapping Project. This dataset contains approximately 1900 linear kilometers of trackline navigation for interferometric sonar (Systems Engineering and Assessment Ltd. SWATHPlus-M) bathymetry data collected by the U.S. Geological Survey during USGS survey 2013-003-FA in 2013 offshore of Massachusetts, south of Martha's Vineyard and north of Nantucket.
JD143 15:20 - JD146 20:06 (no data were collected on JD144 or JD145) JD149 15:40 - JD151 18:59 (no data were collected on JD150) JD153 00:01 - JD153 14:32 JD155 18:16 - JD156 02:06 JD158 06:12 - JD160 19:15 (no data were collected on JD159)
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|Data format:||Trackline navigation for swath bathymetric data (interferometric-sonar) collected by the U.S. Geological Survey offshore of Massachusetts south of Martha's Vineyard and north of Nantucket. This includes associated metadata. in format SHP (version SpatiaLite) polyline shapefile Size: 6|
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