AKA: Nisqually SLOB deploy
Other ID: none
Organization(s): USGS, Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center
Funding Program(s): Coastal Habitats in Puget Sound (ZP00AZZ)
Principal Investigator(s): Renee Takesue
Information Specialist(s): Renee Takesue
Data Type(s): Environmental Data: Depth, Environmental Data: Light, Environmental Data: Temperature, Environmental Data: Turbidity, Imagery: Photo, Location-Elevation: Navigation, Sampling: Geology
Scientific Purpose/Goals: Measure in situ turbidity and light attenuation for one month in winter on the delta front.
Start Port/Location: Olympia, WA
End Port/Location: Olympia, WA
Start Date: 2017-01-18
End Date: 2017-01-19
Equipment Used: Ponar grab sampler, camera, Other, aqualogger- 24-006, Handheld GPS, aqualogger-24-007
Information to be Derived: Time series of turbidity, pressure, temperature, light, and light attenuation; sediment grain size distribution and organic carbon content.
Summary of Activity and Data Gathered: field_notes, gps, matlab, photos, sensor_data added to FAD 2/28/2017 Two bottom-mounted instrument stands were deployed, each with turbidity and light sensors; thirteen bottom sediment grabs were collected; six water samples were collected to measure total suspended solids.
Staff: Peter Dal Ferro, Timothy Elfers, Cordell Johnson
Notes: Platform will be the Nisqually Tribal research boat. Environmental Data (Temperature/Turbidity/Depth) will be recorded with Aqualoggers S/N 24-006 and 24-007. Environmental Data (Light) will be recorded with Dataflow Odyssey sensors S/N 7416, 7417, 7418, 7419. Environmental sensors will be recovered the week of February 20, 2017.
Nisqually River Delta
|North: 47.11610961||South: 47.08175895||West: -122.74337769||East: -122.67168579|
|Survey Equipment||Survey Info||Data Type(s)||Data Collected|
|Ponar grab sampler||---||Biology|
|aqualogger- 24-006||---||Surveys (biological)|