Field Activity J695MB

Identifier J695MB
Alternate names J-6-95-MB
Purpose Continue collecting digital side-scan and high-resolution geophysical data to; digital a side-scan data to produce a mosaic of the northern Monterey Bay Santuary continental shelf area from as near shore out to the continental slope, and to collect digital subbottom profile data to better understand the shallow tectonics and paleomorphology of the santuary.
Description Chief Scientists: Roberto Anima, Andy Stevenson, Steve Eittreim. Geophysical data (Kleinsidescan, Geopulse, bathymetry, YoNav, GPS) of field activity J-6-95-MB in Monterey Bay, California from 10/16/1995 to 11/30/1995
Location California
Comments physical data holdings Associated activities: M-1-93-MB J-1-94-MB J-2-95-MB J-6-95-MB M-2-95-MB P-1-95-MB P-3-95-MB R-1-95-MB M-1-96-MB J-1-97-MB J-3-97-MB A-4-98-MB J-3-98-MB J-4-98-MB Staff information imported from InfoBank Roberto Anima (USGS Western Region) - Chief Scientist Andy Stevenson (USGS Western Region) - Chief Scientist Steve Eittreim (USGS Western Region) - Chief Scientist
David Johnston
Length 43 feet; beam 14 feet.
Start Santa Cruz, CA 1995-10-16
End Santa Cruz, CA 1995-11-30
West -122.3805
East -121.8943
North 37.09805
South 36.80412
Activity Geophysical


Principal investigators Anima, RobertoStevenson, AndyEittreim, Steve
Crew members

Data types and categories

Data category: Location-Elevation, Seismics, Sonar
Data type: Navigation, Boomer, Sidescan, Single Beam

Equipment used

Equipment Usage description Data types Datasets
Kleinsidescan Sidescan 2
Geopulse Boomer 3
bathymetry Single Beam 7
GPS Navigation 5
YoNav Navigation (no data reported)



Samples collected during this field activity