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Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary Program



Description: The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary data were part of a large, multi-disciplinary experiment to characterize the Sanctuary's geologic environment. These data were used to generate a sediment budget for the Sanctuary that can be applied to the prediction of how sediments and pollutants move through the Sanctuary and how long pollutants stay in the Sanctuary.

Duration: May 1995 - Aug 1998

USGS PI's: Marlene Noble, Stephen Eittreim

Publication: http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/mbms/

Field Activity Reports: 1995-030-FA, 1996-029-FA, 1996-042-FA, 1997-028-FA, 1997-053-FA, 1998-023-FA, 1998-038-FA

Explore where measurements were made and the kinds of data collected during this
experiment using GoogleEarth (V4 or better required) and MONTEREY_BAY.kml.


Map of station locations
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Links to the Data

Basic Sampling Interval Data access via OPeNDAP
Hourly Averaged Data

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