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Field Activity 2016-346-FADates: September 26 to October 07Location: Dry Tortugas Natl Park FLChief Scientist: Kimberly YatesObjectives: Collect Biogeochemical data on various benthic habitats surrounding the Ocean Carbon System (OCS)
Field Activity 2016-360-FADates: October 12 to October 18Location: St Lucie, FL, to NC/VA Line.Chief Scientist: Karen L M MorganObjectives: Collection of Post-Hurricane Matthew Oblique photography
Field Activity 2016-359-FADates: October 13 to October 15Location: Matanzas Inlet to Canaveral National SeashoreChief Scientist: Christopher Smith, Jennifer MiselisObjectives: Site visit to investigate overwash deposits as a result of Hurricane Matthew. Goals are to collect beach profiles, map overwash deposits, photograph impacts to the environment from the storm, collect sediment samples and cores of overwash deposits.
Field Activity 2016-358-FADates: October 18 to October 25Location: Grand Bay, MSChief Scientist: Kathryn E Smith, Nicole KhanObjectives: To deploy sediment tracers and sediment traps at erosion monitoring sites within Grand Bay marshes.
Field Activity 2016-357-FADates: October 24 to November 10Location: Biscayne National Park, Fowey Rocks Light (Homestead, FL)
FKNMS, Crocker Reef (Islamorada, FL)
FKNMS, Crocker Reef (Key Largo, FL)
FKNMS, Sombrero Reef (Marathon, FL)
Dry Tortugas National Park (Key West, FL)Chief Scientist: Ilsa KuffnerObjectives: Site visit to coral calcification monitoring stations to measure coral and algal calcification rates
Field Activity 2016-363-DDDates: October 28 to October 28Location: Madeira Beach, FLChief Scientist: Jennifer BrownObjectives: To collect imagery that will subsequently be input into a photo/video collection.
Field Activity 2016-366-FADates: October 31 to October 31Location: Indian Rocks Beach, Pinellas County, FLChief Scientist: Christopher SmithObjectives: Assess monitoring wells
Field Activity 2016-365-FADates: October 31 to November 11Location: Hutchinson Island (FL) to VA/MD border. 23 sites are spaced out along the coastline at ~50 mile increments.Chief Scientist: Christopher ReichObjectives: Three teams will cover the eastern shoreline for Lidar ground control support. Team #1 (SPCMSC) will cover the Florida coastline (~320 miles and 7 sites). Team #2(SPCMSC)will cover Georgia and South Carolina coastline (~300 miles and 7 sites). Team #3 (WHCMSC) will cover the North Carolina and Virginia Coastline (~400 miles and 9 sites).