National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
MULTICHANNEL COMMON DEPTH POINT (CDP)
SEISMIC REFLECTION DATA
SEISMIC DATA FOR COOK INLET, ALASKA
Data Announcement 1976-T
As part of a program by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), a
number of multichannel common depth point (CDP) seismic
reflection lines were collected from the Alaskan coastal areas.
The National Geophysical and Solar-Terrestrial Data Center of
NOAA is serving as the agency to make these data available for
general use as they are released by the USGS. This is to
announce the availability of seismic sections for several survey
lines in Cook Inlet, Alaska.
The CDP lines were recorded by Western Geophysical, Inc., in July
1975 and processed by Petty-Ray, Inc., in September 1975.
Distribution is in the form of sepia or blackline copies of
amplitude recovery processed sections. The scale available is
2.5 in./sec and 25.0 tr./ins. (the shot point spacing was 33.5
meters). All of the lines include 36-fold summation.
Data is available in digital navigation and shot-point navigation
on magnetic tape or CD-ROM. Data is available (per line) in
sepia or blackline.