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USGS
November 6, 2018

Federal Register Notice of IHA Issued

Takes of Marine Mammals Incidental to Specified Activities; Taking Marine
Mammals Incidental to a Marine Geophysical Survey in the Atlantic Ocean
Off the Eastern Seaboard, August to September 2014 and April to August
2015

Head of the Meadow Beach video camera 2 bright image

Two video cameras are mounted on a bluff near Head of the Meadow Beach, Cape Cod National Seashore, North Truro, MA. One camera looks directly offshore (north east), and the second looks alongshore (north-northeast). A “bright” image shows the brightest pixel values throughout the video, useful for identifying the position of maximum wave run-up on the beach, position of

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Time-average image looking at a sandy beach with blurred areas tracking the movement of darker objects over 10 minutes.

Marconi Beach video camera 2 dark image

Two video cameras are mounted on a bluff above Marconi Beach, Cape Cod National Seashore, Wellfleet, MA. Every half hour, the video cameras collect imagery for 10 minutes. This is the “dark” image, the darkest pixel values throughout the video, useful for tracking sediment plumes, tracking floating debris, and filtering out breaking waves. View looks east. [

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USGS
November 6, 2018

Incidental Harassment Authorization

Incidental Harassment Authorization (IHA) issued to the U.S. Geological Survey

Photograph of Head of the Meadow Beach shoreline

Head of the Meadow Beach video camera 1 dark image

Two video cameras are mounted on a bluff near Head of the Meadow Beach, Cape Cod National Seashore, North Truro, MA. One camera looks directly offshore (north east), and the second looks alongshore (north-northeast). A “dark” image shows the darkest pixel values throughout the video, useful for tracking sediment plumes, tracking floating debris, and filtering out breaking

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Photo looks down on a sandy beach with signs on the beach and grassy dunes and the open ocean in the background.

Pea Island video camera 1 snapshot

Two video cameras are temporarily mounted on a dune at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The cameras are imaging the southern DUNEX (DUring Nearshore Event eXperiment) experiment site, and are designed to have a stereo view of the beach and potential overwash path until late October. Instruments from the U.S. Geological Survey and

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A mostly dark image looking at a sandy beach, showing areas where the most movement happens over 10 minutes.

Marconi Beach video camera 1 variance image

Two video cameras are mounted on a bluff above Marconi Beach, Cape Cod National Seashore, Wellfleet, MA. Every half hour, the video cameras collect imagery for 10 minutes. This is the “variance” image, showing the standard deviation of pixel intensity throughout the video, useful for determining how much variation or movement is occurring at a given location. View looks 

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Photo looks down on a sandy beach with signs on the beach and grassy dunes and the open ocean in the background.

Pea Island video camera 2 snapshot

Two video cameras are temporarily mounted on a dune at Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The cameras are imaging the southern DUNEX (DUring Nearshore Event eXperiment) experiment site, and are designed to have a stereo view of the beach and potential overwash path until late October. Instruments from the U.S. Geological Survey and

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A mostly dark image looking at a sandy beach, showing areas where the most movement happens over 10 minutes.

Marconi Beach video camera 2 variance image

Two video cameras are mounted on a bluff above Marconi Beach, Cape Cod National Seashore, Wellfleet, MA. Every half hour, the video cameras collect imagery for 10 minutes. This is the “variance” image, showing the standard deviation of pixel intensity throughout the video, useful for determining how much variation or movement is occurring at a given location. View looks 

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USGS
November 6, 2018

NMFS Biological Opinion

Endangered Species Act Section 7 Consultation Biological Opinion

Head of the Meadow Beach video camera 2 dark image

Two video cameras are mounted on a bluff near Head of the Meadow Beach, Cape Cod National Seashore, North Truro, MA. One camera looks directly offshore (north east), and the second looks alongshore (north-northeast). A “dark” image shows the darkest pixel values throughout the video, useful for tracking sediment plumes, tracking floating debris, and filtering out breaking

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USGS
September 27, 2018

Final Environmental Assessment of a Marine Geophysical Survey (MATRIX)

Final Environmental Assessment of a Marine Geophysical Survey (MATRIX) by the US Geological Survey in the Northwestern Atlantic Ocean, August 2018