RB-12-02 from Charleston, SC to Miami, FL on the NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown along the US Atlantic continental margin. The cruise started 2012-07-03 and ended 2012-07-17.
RB-12-02 was one of a series of cruises for the U.S. Extended Continental Shelf (ECS) Project. the cruise left Charleston, SC and headed along the US Atlantic continental margin that may potentially qualify for an extended continental shelf under Article 76 of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). The data collected was multibeam bathymetry data, backscatter, as well as a sub-bottom profile.
|Other Access||Online access information not available.|
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|Distributor||Distributor information not available|
|Dataset Principal Investigator||Armstrong, Andy
University of New Hampshire, Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (UNH/CCOM)
Documentation links not available.
|Dataset Progress Status||Complete|
|Data Update Frequency:||Data update frequency not available|
|Purpose:||Law of the Sea Mapping Program - US Atlantic Continental Shelf (ECS) Survey.|
|Time Period:||Unknown to Unknown|
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|Use Constraints||No constraint information available|
|Fees||Fee information not available.|
|Lineage Statement||The subbottom profiler was collecting data in an unreadable format for the main survey extent. After the formatting was fixed, three track lines were run across the major features of the survey, where data had already been collected. The tracks followed the following waypoints (X Y), -70.9045804 31.92553915, -72.7595407 32.88577275, -73.141929 32.0797116, -72.1364895 31.4763774.|
Last Modified: 2012-09-04
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