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EX0903 from/to San Francisco, CA on the NOAA ship the Okeanos Explorer along the eastern Mendocino Ridge in the Eastern Pacific Ocean from 2009-05-05 to 2009-05-26

EX0903 was a cruise aimed at collecting high-resolution seafloor mapping data along the eastern Mendocino Ridge in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, an area that may potentially qualify for an extended continental shelf under Article 76 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
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    Distributor Distributor information not available
    Dataset Principal Investigator Gardner, James V.
    Chief Scientist
    University of New Hampshire, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (UNH/CCOM)
    Documentation links not available.
    • creation: 2009-05-05
    Dataset Progress Status Complete
    Data Update Frequency: Data update frequency not available
    Purpose: Law of the Sea Mapping Program - Mendocino Ridge, Eastern Pacific Ocean Extended Continental Shelf (ECS) Survey.
    Use Limitations
    • This data set is not to be used for navigation
    Dataset acknowledgements not available.
      Publisher information not available.
    Time Period: Unknown to Unknown
    Spatial Bounding Box Coordinates:
    N: 45.799800
    S: 39.711829
    E: -124.479790
    W: -135.432080
    Spatial Coverage Map:
    Theme keywords NASA/GCMD Science Keywords
    • EARTH SCIENCE > Oceans
    Place keywords Limits of Oceans and Seas
    • >Pacific
    IHO-IOC GEBCO Gazetteer of undersea feature names
    • Mendocino Ridge
    Use Constraints No constraint information available
    Fees Fee information not available.
    Acquisition Information (collection)
    • Kongsberg Simrad EM302
    • Knudsen 3260 Chirp
    • Okeanos Explorer
    Last Modified: 2012-06-18
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