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Multichannel sparker seismic reflection data of USGS field activity 2018-658-FA collected between Cape Blanco and Cape Mendocino from 2018-10-04 to 2018-10-18
This data release contains processed high-resolution multichannel sparker seismic-reflection (MCS) data that were collected aboard Humboldt State University’s R/V Coral Sea in October of 2018 on U.S. Geological Survey cruise 2018-658-FA on the shelf and slope between Cape Blanco, Oregon, and Cape Mendocino, California. MCS data were collected to characterize quaternary deformation and sediment dynamics along the southern Cascadia margin.
This data set includes: 1) A shapefile of the Humboldt Bay Eel River (HBER) 13 sub watersheds, 2) A shape file of the streamflow gages used in calibration, and 3) Daily Basin Characterization Model (BCM) model climate inputs (minimum and maximum air temperature, precipitation, and potential evapotranspiration) and outputs of recharge and runoff for the year 2010 used to develop streamflow estimates at 12 gage locations.
PROTECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF FISHERY RESOURCES AT THE POTTER VALLEY PROJECT (FERC PROJECT NUMBER 77-110), LAKE AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES, CALIFORNIA.
CHANGES IN MINIMUM FLOW REQUIREMENTS AT THE POTTER VALLEY PROJECT (FERC PROJECT NUMBER 77-110), LAKE AND MENDOCINO COUNTIES, CALIFORNIA.
Floating transient electromagnetic (FloaTEM) data were acquired on the Eel River during November 2018. During the survey, approximately 1.6 line-kilometers were collected in the Eel River, Falmouth, Massachusetts study area. Data were collected by members of the U.S. Geological Survey, Hydrogeophysics Branch, and New England Water Science Center. FloaTEM data acquired along the Eel River in Barnstable County, in Massachusetts, were collected to test a new continuous water-borne transient electromagnetic data collection platform, and to characterize the subsurface resistivity structure in support of a U.S. Geological Survey groundwater investigation of the Falmouth, Massachusetts area. FloaTEM data were collected...