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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012-1002

High-Resolution Geophysical Data from the Inner Continental Shelf: Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts


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Funding for this research was provided by the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM) and the U.S. Geological Survey. We wish to thank Bruce Carlisle, Dan Sampson, Emily Huntley, Todd Callahan, and Bob Boeri from CZM for their collaboration in this project. We thank the captain and crews of the vessels Megan T. Miller and Scarlett Isabella for their expertise during data collection. The following USGS personnel participated during these surveys:

  • 2009-002-FA: Walter Barnhardt, Thomas O’Brien, Emile Bergeron, Brian Andrews, Brent Taylor, Seth Ackerman, David Foster, Bill Danforth, Wayne Baldwin, Brian Buckowski, and Danijela Vesovic (City College of New York student intern)
  • 2010-004-FA: William Danforth, Emile Bergeron, Charles Worley, William Schwab, Brian Andrews, Seth Ackerman, David Foster, and Aaron Turecek
  • 2011-004-FA: William Danforth, Emile Bergeron, Charles Worley, Seth Ackerman, Eric Moore, Aaron Turecek, and David Foster.

 

Andrea Toran was a tremendous help in the publication of this report. We thank Emily Himmelstoss, Larry Poppe, VeeAnn Cross, Anna Glover and Bruce Taggart for their reviews of this manuscript. We also thank the captains and crew of the NOAA Ship RUDE and the staff of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrationís (NOAA) National Geophysical Data Center for collecting and providing data from NOAA hydrographic survey H11319.

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