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Monterey Canyon Experiment



Description: The Monterey Canyon experiment studied the mechanisms that govern the circulation within and the transport of sediment and water through Monterey Submarine Canyon. This is a very large, deep submarine canyon off central California that incises the continental margin from the outer slope to close to the coastline.

Duration: Aug 1993 - May 1995

USGS PI's: Marlene Noble

Publication: http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/reports/ofr95-838/

Field Activity Reports: 1993-016-FA, 1994-016-FA, 1995-030-FA


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


Map of station locations
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Links to the Data

Basic Sampling Interval Data access via OPeNDAP

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