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Published by The Corps in Waltham, MA (424 Trapelo Rd., Waltham 02254-9149) .
Written in English


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Other titlesDisposal area monitoring system DAMOS.
Statementsubmitted to Regulatory Division, New England Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ; prepared by Mary Baker Wiley ; submitted by Science Applications International Corporation
SeriesSAIC report -- no. 321, Contribution -- no. 110
ContributionsScience Applications International Corporation, United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. New England Division
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LC ClassificationsTC187 .W46 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 18 p. :
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24361451M
OCLC/WorldCa35765712

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Bathymetric and Subbottom Survey at the Cornfield Shoals Disposal Site, July 8, 6. AUTHORS M.B. Wiley 7. PERFROMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) AND ADDRESS(ES) 1L PERFORMING Science Applications Intenational Corporation 9RGANlZATION REPORT Thrid Street Newport, RI SAlC No. 9. SPONSORINGIMONITORING AGENCY NAMES(S) AND . No. Bathymetric and Subbottom Survey at the Cornfield Shoals Disposal Site, July 8, No. Monitoring Cruise at the Cornfield Shoals Disposal Site, August No. Synthesis of the Monitoring at the Cornfield Shoals Disposal Site, July to May   The survey equipment was selected to accommodate the shallow water, limited access and anticipated sediment depths possible at the site. The acoustic bathymetric and subbottom data was acquired by an SDI BSS 3+ sediment profiler system equipped with a DGPS navigation system. On July 11 , Fugro West, Inc. (Fugro) conducted an offshore bathymetric and geophysical survey as part of a site investigation supporting the engineering feasibility study for a proposed outfall installation located offshore VenturaCalifornia (Taylor Ranfor Padre ch).

Hydrographic surveying or bathymetric surveying is the survey of physical features present underwater. Methods, Applications and Uses are discussed. It is the science of measuring all factors beneath water that affect all the marine activities like dredging, marine constructions, offshore drilling etc. Hydrographic surveying is mainly conducted. Bathymetric and sub-bottom surveys were conducted within a clay settling pond at a Phosphate mine in Central Florida. Prior to the geophysical survey, a depression or slump had formed along the northern dam of the pond. The purpose of the study was to map various sediment layers within the pond to help determine if the depressions or slumps. in the office. The majority of the data used to generate poolwide maps for Pools 4, 8, 13, and 26 was collected with this system. The LTRMP acquired a second automated survey system in to incorporate Global Positioning System (GPS) technology into LTRMP bathymetric surveys. General information on the theory of GPS. The survey rod is placed on the top of the tide gauge platform and sighted by the survey level (left) to tie in the gauge to a nearby reference monument with known elevation.