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Current Population Survey: Basic Monthly

Data provided by  United States Census Bureau

To provide estimates of employment, unemployment, and other characteristics of the general labor force, of the population as a whole, and of various subgroups of the population. Monthly labor force data for the country are used by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) to determine the distribution of funds under the Job Training Partnership Act. These data are collected through combined computer-assisted personal interviewing (CAPI) and computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI).

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Modified: 2024-02-22

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EM122 Water Column Sonar Data Collected During KM1813

Data provided by  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Deformation at Axial Seamount

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Modified: 2024-02-22

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EM302 Water Column Sonar Data Collected During KR-OER-19-01

Data provided by  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

KR-OER-19-01 mapped 31,900 square kilometers around Florida and in the vicinity of the Blake Plateau (Southeastern Atlantic). All of these data were collected within the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone in depths from approximately 844 m to 3673 m.

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Modified: 2024-02-22

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Operation Laser Line 2006

Data provided by  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Mapping the coral reefs has been identified as one of the first and most important steps needed to address the increasing decline of the world's coral reefs. Either photography or direct observation is required to identify corals and other coral-reef community organisms, but only small areas can be covered with these techniques. Laser line scanning has been suggested as an alternative method that can provide high-resolution imagery of the sea floor over a much wider area than conventional photography.

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Continental Slope Coral Banks of the Southeastern United States: Exploring the Distribution, Ecology, and Biology of Deep Coral Habitats and Associated Fauna 2005

Data provided by  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Deep coral habitats are more extensive and important than previously known, and at the same time they are being threatened. These high profile features may concentrate exploitable resources and enhance local productivity in ways similar to seamounts, but this has not yet been explored. Even though hypotheses have been posed on how coral banks form, data are lacking. Live coral ages and growth rates are poorly known in this area, and ages of coral mounds or dead coral stands are also limited or equivocal. The degree to which there is an obligate deep coral fauna is unclear.

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Lophelia II 2009: Deepwater Program: Exploration and Research of Northern Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Natural and Artificial Hard Bottom Habitats with Emphasis on Coral Communities: Reefs, Rigs and Wrecks on NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown between 20090819 and 20090912

Data provided by  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

This cruise used the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) Jason II
to: explore 4-6 new sites for the occurrence of deep water coral reefs; made
collections of Lophelia and other corals for genetic and physiological studies,
made collections of communities associated with Lophelia and other corals for
ecological studies; collected quantitative digital imagery for characterization
of sites and coral communities; collect spatially explicit physical near bottom

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Modified: 2024-02-22

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LopheliaII2012: Coral Research on Oil Rigs in the Gulf of Mexico on TDI-Brooks Vessel Brooks McCall between 2012-07-12 and 2012-07-24

Data provided by  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

The final year of a multi-year effort to study Lophelia coral
communities in the Gulf of Mexico is occurring on the TDI-Brooks research
vessel, Brooks McCall, between July 12 and July 24, 2012. The mission Lophelia
II 2012 will generate approximately 10 terabytes of high-definition video from
the KRAKEN ROV. Surveys of coral density and depth distribution, fish counts
surveys, and measurements of coral colonies for growth rate calculations will be
conducted. Water samples, push cores, and coral specimens will be

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Modified: 2024-02-22

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Search for the Lost French Fleet of 1565

Data provided by  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

The study will conduct a seven-day geophysical survey using
magnetometer, sidescan sonar, and sub-bottom profiler to identify targets. On
two subsequent six-day cruises divers will ground truth targets in an attempt to
locate and identify one or more of the lost French ships.

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Modified: 2024-02-22

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EM122 Water Column Sonar Data Collected During MGL1602

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Passive Imaging of the Lithosphere-Asthenosphere Boundary (PI-LAB)

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Modified: 2024-02-22

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EM122 Water Column Sonar Data Collected During MGL1701

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Crustal Experiment from Valdivia to Illapel to Characterize Huge Earthquakes (CEVICHE)

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Modified: 2024-02-22

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