Other ID: none
Organization(s): USGS, Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Funding Program(s): Coastal Change Processes (LQ00CNK)
Principal Investigator(s): John Warner
Information Specialist(s): Steven Suttles
Data Type(s): Sampling: Geology, Time Series: Mooring (physical oceanography)
Scientific Purpose/Goals: Measure cross-shore sediment transport processes in the presence of an inlet. Focus of this study will be in the nearshore just offshore of the surfzone.
Start Port/Location: Savannah, GA
End Port/Location: Savannah, GA
Start Date: 2018-04-08
End Date: 2018-04-16
Equipment Used: Bottom platform, Smith-MacIntyre grab
Information to be Derived: Water velocities, pressure, waves, seabed change, turbidity, temperature, conductivity, wind speed, wind direction, atmospheric pressure, and sediment grain size.
Summary of Activity and Data Gathered:
Staff: Dann Blackwood, Eric Marsjanik, Marinna Martini, Ellyn Montgomery, Steven Suttles
Notes: Recovery cruise for Matanzas Inlet deployed time-series platforms. Bringing USGS divers as insurance for being successful at recovering all deployed platforms. Entries for this field activity are based on entries from Field Activity 2018-026-FA
Matanzas Inlet, Florida, United States, Atlantic Ocean
|North: 29.732||South: 29.686||West: -81.25||East: -81.18|
Suttles, S.E., Warner, J.C., Montgomery, E.T. and Martini, M.A., 2019, Oceanographic and water quality measurements in the nearshore zone at Matanzas Inlet, Florida, January – April, 2018: U.S. Geological Survey data release https://doi.org/10.5066/P9GKB537.
|Survey Equipment||Survey Info||Data Type(s)||Data Collected|
|Bottom platform||---||Mooring (physical oceanography)|