Stellwagen Bank bathymetry - Degree slope derived from 5-meter bathymetric contour lines

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Degree slope of Stellwagen Bank bathymetry. Raster derived from 5-meter bathymetric contour lines (Quads 1-18). Collected on surveys carried out in 4 cruises 1994 - 1996 using the Kongsberg SIMRAD EM1000 multibeam system on the CHS vessel Frederick G. Creed. For each quad, multibeam data was processed, converted to an ARC/INFO point coverage, gridded with a cell-size of 13m and contoured at an interval of 5m. 18 quads were merged into one shapefile for convenience in this publication. Scale 1:25,000

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Metadata Created Date March 11, 2021
Metadata Updated Date March 11, 2021
Data Update Frequency irregular

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Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Created Date March 11, 2021
Metadata Updated Date March 11, 2021
Publisher NOAA/NOS/NCCOS/CCMA/Biogeography Branch (Point of Contact)
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Identifier Stellwagen Bank bathymetry - Degree slope derived from 5-meter bathymetric contour lines
Language en-US
Data Last Modified 2006-01-01
Public Access Level public
Data Update Frequency irregular
Bureau Code 006:48
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