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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012–1103

Sea-Floor Character and Geology Off the Entrance to the Connecticut River, Northeastern Long Island Sound

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Title | List of Figures | Conversion Factors | Abstract | Introduction | Setting | Methods | Bathymetry | Sidescan Sonar | Sediment Distribution | Bottom Photography | GIS Data Catalog | Summary | Acknowledgments | References | Contacts

Figure 38. Photographs of gravel in the study area.

Figure 38. Gravel and gravelly sediment armors the sea floor in the high-energy environments between boulders at station OL9, around rocky areas at station OL3, and throughout much of the southern part of the study area. Numbers shown next to station numbers are the image number as listed in the GIS Data Catalog section of this report. Station locations are shown in figure 15.

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