St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center
By David G. Zawada and Jessica P. Resnick
Underwater digital images, single-beam bathymetry, and global positioning system (GPS) data were collected June 13–14, 2009 at Pulaski Shoal within Dry Tortugas National Park, FL, USA. A total of 195,406 images of the seafloor and water column were collected along pre-defined transect lines and organized into 3 sets: track1, track2, and track3. This data release contains a subset of those images (32,135 images), all of which were used for benthic habitat classification, and contain GPS data. The data were collected using the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) shallow Along-Track Reef-Imaging System (sATRIS), a boat-based, pole-mounted sensor package for mapping shallow-water benthic environments. Two other implementations exist: A towed system called Deep ATRIS and a profiling system called Drift ATRIS. All three ATRIS implementations incorporate a digital still camera and an acoustic depth sounder.
For further information regarding data collection methods refer to DOI:10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-12-00078.1
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JPEG images with EXIF headers collected using shallow ATRIS from Dry Tortugas, Florida for track 1
JPEG images with EXIF headers collected using shallow ATRIS from Dry Tortugas, Florida for track 2
|Same as above||Same as above||DRTO2009_ATRIS_track2.zip
JPEG images with EXIF headers collected using shallow ATRIS from Dry Tortugas, Florida for track 3
|Same as above||Same as above||DRTO2009_ATRIS_track3.zip
Zawada, D.G. and Resnick, J.P., 2018, Shallow ATRIS (sATRIS) images—Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida, 2009: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7CZ35CT.