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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 39. Two photographs of rippled sand in the study area.

Figure 39. Bottom photographs from stations OL13 and OL16 of current-rippled sand that is prevalent in areas with sedimentary environments characterized by processes associated with coarse-bedload transport. 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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