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Field Activity Details for field activity 2001-081-FA

Other ID: IB S-4-01-SC

Status: Completed

Organization(s): USGS, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center

Funding Program(s):

Principal Investigator(s): Jonathan Borden

Affiliate Investigator(s): Marlene Noble, Menlo Park

Information Specialist(s):

Data Type(s): Imagery: Photo, Imagery: Video, Location-Elevation: Navigation, Time Series: Mooring (physical oceanography)

Scientific Purpose/Goals: Recover 2 GEOProbe tripods (#655 and 658) that failed to return on previous cruise and one surface mooring (#657). Recover 2 surface buoys left as site markers.


Start Port/Location: Scripps, San Diego, CA

End Port/Location: Scripps, San Diego, CA

Start Date: 2001-10-28

End Date: 2001-11-02

Equipment Used: Bottom platform, ROV, DGPS

Information to be Derived: Time series data;

Summary of Activity and Data Gathered: Successful. Moorings recovered: 3 (#655, 657 and 658-partial, all deployed FA 01021 SPROUL Jun. 11-14, 2001).

Staff: Jonathan Borden

Affiliate Staff:
Kevin O'Toole - USGS-Menlo Park
Walter Olsen - USGS-Menlo Park
Harold Williams - USGS-Menlo Park
Joanne Thede Ferreira - USGS-Menlo Park
Marlene Noble - USGS-Menlo Park
Jingping Xu - USGS-Menlo Park
Juliet Kinney - USGS-Menlo Park
Lori Hibbeler - USGS-Menlo Park
George Tate - USGS-Menlo Park

Notes: Original Center People field contained: Jonathan Borden - Deck Operations.
Project = LASH 2001, LASH 2001


off Huntington Beach, Orange County, southern California, United States, North America, North Pacific;

North: 33.7 South: 33.55 West: -118.1 East: -117.85


photo of Robert Gordon Sproul
Robert Gordon Sproul



Data Acquired

Survey EquipmentSurvey InfoData Type(s)Data Collected
Bottom platform --- Mooring (physical oceanography)
2001-081-FA-OM-001 (mooring data)
ROV --- Photo
DGPS --- Navigation

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