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Two people stand on the deck of a boat near a large cable winch.
August 5, 2019

Preparing the seismic streamer

USGS engineering tech Rachel Marcuson (left) and research geophysicist Nathan Miller prepare the seismic streamer for deployment offshore northern Cascadia.

People watching data on multiple computers while eating dinner
August 5, 2019

Acquisition van on-board the Warren Jr.

Cape Cod Bay Survey 2019. Acquisition van life. Jake Fredericks (St. Pete) and Wayne Baldwin (Woods Hole) inside the Aquisition Van watching all the data come in and eating dinner.

People watching data on multiple computers while eating dinner
August 5, 2019

Acquisition van on-board the Warren Jr.

Cape Cod Bay Survey 2019. Acquisition van life. Laura Brothers (Woods Hole) inside the Aquisition Van watching all the data come in and eating dinner.

People on boat deploying equipment
August 5, 2019

Deploying the s-boom

USGS deploying the s-boom into Cape Cod Bay during the Cape Cod Bay 2019 Survey.

People on boat deploying equipment
August 5, 2019

Deploying the s-boom

USGS deploying the s-boom into Cape Cod Bay during the Cape Cod Bay 2019 Survey.

Men on back of a boat securing equipment
August 1, 2019

Securing the streamer

The start of the Cape Cod Bay 2019 Survey. Eric, Wayne, and Dave are made sure the streamer was ready for when they reach the study area.

Showing science poster to group of kids
July 30, 2019

Children's School of Science

USGS scientist Seth Ackerman shows students at the Children's School of Science how we map the seafloor. This was part of the pre-cruise for the Cape Cod Bay 2019 Survey.

 Research scientist Meagan Gonneea and USGS intern Angela Trejo survey the Jones River in Kingston, MA
July 16, 2019

Elevation survey in the Jones River, Kingston, MA

 Research scientist Meagan Gonneea and USGS intern Angela Trejo survey the Jones River in Kingston, MA. Removal of a dam across the Jones River began July 15, 2019, as a first step to restore river habitat, which is particularly critical for herring passage from the sea to inland lakes for spawning. Angela is an intern through the Woods Hole Partnership in Education

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group looking at drone in the air
July 11, 2019

UAS imagery collected at Plum Island

The AIM (Aerial Imaging and Mapping group) collected UAS imagery for scientists at The Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) from the Plum Island estuary in Rowley MA.  Inke Forbrich from MBL will lead the analysis looking at the reflectance index NDVI for vegetation surrounding a gas flux tower installed in the middle of the study area.

woman in the grass working with a drone
July 11, 2019

UAS imagery taken from Plum Island

The AIM (Aerial Imaging and Mapping group) collected UAS imagery for scientists at The Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) from the Plum Island estuary in Rowley MA.  Inke Forbrich from MBL will lead the analysis looking at the reflectance index NDVI for vegetation surrounding a gas flux tower installed in the middle of the study area.

man holding drone in field
July 11, 2019

UAS imagery taken from Plum Island

The AIM (Aerial Imaging and Mapping group) collected UAS imagery for scientists at The Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) from the Plum Island estuary in Rowley MA.  Inke Forbrich from MBL will lead the analysis looking at the reflectance index NDVI for vegetation surrounding a gas flux tower installed in the middle of the study area.