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Open-File Report 2014-1118


Chirp Seismic-Reflection Data From the Baltimore, Washington, and Norfolk Canyons, U.S. Mid-Atlantic Margin


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List of Figures

map showing study area Figure 1. Map showing the study area in shaded relief. Illumination angle is 325 degrees. The red contour represents the 120-meter isobath, and blue contours represent isobaths at a 500-meter contour interval. The red box in the inset map shows the extent of relief map. Abbreviations: km-kilometers, m-meters.
photograph of motor vessel tiki Figure 2. Photograph showing the motor vessel Tiki XIV. Photograph by Chuck Worley, U. S. Geological Survey.
photograph of edgetech 512i chirp subbottom profiler Figure 3. Photograph showing the EdgeTech 512i chirp subbottom profiler used to survey Baltimore, Washington, and Norfolk Canyons. Photograph taken during a different survey; courtesy of Jamie Austin, University of Texas Institute for Geophysics
tracklines of seismic reflection data from baltimore canyon Figure 4. Tracklines of seismic-reflection data obtained in Baltimore Canyon superimposed upon depth-colored shaded bathymetry (see fig. 1 for extent).
tracklines of seismic reflection data from washington canyon Figure 5. Tracklines of seismic-reflection data obtained in Washington Canyon superimposed upon depth-colored shaded bathymetry (see fig. 1 for extent).
tracklines of seismic reflection data from norfolk canyon Figure 6. Tracklines of seismic-reflection data obtained in Norfolk Canyon superimposed upon depth-colored shaded bathymetry (see fig. 1 for extent).

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