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Kulgemeyer, Tobias; von Dobeneck, Tilo; Müller, Hendrik; Bryan, Karin R; de Lange, Willem P; Battershill, Christopher N (2016): Collection of seafloor photos from the western Bay of Plenty. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Kulgemeyer, T et al. (2016): Lithofacies distribution and sediment dynamics on a storm-dominated shelf from combined photographic, acoustic and sedimentological profiling methods (Bay of Plenty, New Zealand). Marine Geology, 376, 158-174,

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Median Latitude: -37.574415 * Median Longitude: 176.185687 * South-bound Latitude: -37.748998 * West-bound Longitude: 175.945348 * North-bound Latitude: -37.379253 * East-bound Longitude: 176.467832
Minimum ELEVATION: 0.455 m a.s.l. * Maximum ELEVATION: 35.602 m a.s.l.
BoP-track * Latitude Start: -37.559480 * Longitude Start: 176.084920 * Latitude End: -37.603090 * Longitude End: 176.244730 * Location: Bay of Plenty * Method/Device: EM Profiler, NERIDIS II (NER-II)
Project: INTERCOAST - Integrated Coastal Zone and Shelf Sea Research
Collection of seafloor photos in JPEG format from the western Bay of Plenty with corresponding locations and water depth. The photos were taken during a survey using the benthic profiler NERIDIS III. Each picture has a ground distance of 20 cm and covers an area of 40x40 cm. In total, more than 800.000 photos were taken, this collection contains ca. 6000 pictures with a distance between two images of ca. 30 m.
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1LATITUDELatitudeKulgemeyer, TobiasGeocode
2LONGITUDELongitudeKulgemeyer, TobiasGeocode
3ELEVATIONElevationm a.s.l.Kulgemeyer, TobiasGeocode
4IdentificationIDKulgemeyer, TobiasPhoto ID
5File nameFile nameKulgemeyer, Tobias
6Uniform resource locator/link to imageURL imageKulgemeyer, TobiasAVT Prosilica GC2450C camera system
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