Field Activity 99FGS01

Identifier 99FGS01
Alternate names G-Q1-99-FL
Purpose Subsurface Characterization
Location Atlantic Ocean (Orchid to Jupiter, FL), Florida
Summary A total of 28 boomer 2-D lines were collected. Additionally, 9 chirp lines were collected during 99FGS01 but due to poor quality, these lines are not being archived.
Info derived Shallow geologic framework - subbottom image profiles.
Comments Digital 99FGS01 logs were generated by A. Forde in June 2012 using the handwritten logs and personal accounts of the crew members. Boomer System (Applied Acoustic CSP 300 power supply, Huntec pla te, and Innovative Transducer Inc. (ITI) ST-5 10-channel hydrophones), Triton El ics International (TEI) Delph Seismic acquisition software version 1.36, and Tri mble Centurion GPS (running Fugawi software) navigation system with trim_rmc.pln navigation driver. This work was conducted for the Florida Geological Survey. For more information, contact Dan Phelps (Dan.Phelps@dep.state.fl.us).
Projects
Other (Other)
Platform
Unknown
Itinerary
Start Stuart, Florida 1999-07-19
End Sebastian Inlet, Florida 1999-07-26
Bounds
West -80.4333
East -79.94917
North 27.95806
South 26.96806

Personnel

Organization
Florida Geological Survey
, FL
Organization
600 Fourth Street South
St. Petersburg, FL33701-4846
(727) 502-8000
Crew members
Information specialist(s)
Dana S Wiese
Specialist, Information
Affiliate principal Henry Freedenberg

Data types and categories

Data category: Location-Elevation, Seismics
Data type: Navigation, Boomer

Equipment used

Equipment Usage description Data types Datasets
GPS Navigation 3
Huntec ESU-PSU Boomer, Sub Bottom Profiler (no data reported)
ITI ST-5 streamer Air Gun / Water Gun, Boomer, Sparker 1

Datasets

Datasets produced in this activity

Dataset name Equipment Description Dataset contact
500-Shot Interval Navigation GPS Dana S Wiese
Data Series 773 nav GPS Raw and processed navigation files
Edited Shotpoint Navigation GPS Dana S Wiese
Boomer seismic data ITI ST-5 streamer Dana S Wiese

Publications

Samples collected during this field activity