U. S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 01-123
This CD-ROM contains data collected over an area offshore of South Carolina on the crest of the Blake Ridge in water depths of about 2600 meters. Eight deep-towed, subbottom profile ("chirp") lines were collected across a depression in the sea bottom known as the Blake Ridge collapse structure.
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