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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2013–1003

Sea-Floor Geology in Northeastern Block Island Sound, Rhode Island

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Figure 13. A map showing areas of the sea floor interpreted to be bedforms, scour depressions and erosional outliers, and boulders.

Figure 13. Map showing interpretation of the sea floor in National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) survey H12023 including bedforms, scour depressions and erosional outliers, and boulders. Areas that are not outlined represent predominately undisturbed modern marine sediments. Interpretations are based on multibeam-echosounder, sidescan-sonar, sedimentary, and bottom-photographic data.

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