Marine Ecosystems Analysis (MESA) Program, New York Bight Surficial Sediment AnalysesBack to Collection NOAA/NESDIS/NGDC/MGG/Geology
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Marine Ecosystems Analysis (MESA) Program, New York Bight Surficial Sediment Analyses
browse graphicThe Marine Ecosystems Analysis (MESA) Program, New York Bight Study was funded by NOAA and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). The Atlas was a historical compilation of surficial sediment grain size analyses in the NY Bight from 1957-1979. 5,928 cor (...etc)

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Original data and documentation for the historical compilation of MESA NY Bight grainsize data (MGG03995007) in the fixed-field 073 format, data and documentation for geochemical data in the MESA 001 format, and additional grain size analyses in the (...etc)
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Download MESA NY BIGHT Atlas grain size data (MGG03995007) in delimited form from the NGDC Seafloor Sediment Grain Size Database.
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