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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2015-1153

Sea-Floor Texture and Physiographic Zones of the Inner Continental Shelf From Salisbury to Nahant, Massachusetts, Including the Merrimack Embayment and Western Massachusetts Bay


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Image of bottom photograph locations (Barnhardt and others, 2006, 2009; Gutierrez and others, 2000; green dots) and sediment samples collected within the study area and used to aid interpretations. Sediment samples with laboratory analysis are shown as magenta dots, while blue dots are visual descriptions.

Figure 7. Bottom photographs (Barnhardt and others, 2006, 2009; Gutierrez and others, 2000; green dots) and sediment samples collected within the study area and used to aid interpretations. Sediment samples with laboratory analysis are shown as magenta dots, while blue dots are visual descriptions (Ford and Voss, 2010; McMullen and others, 2011; Emily Huntley, Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management, unpub. data, 2012).

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