ALVIN dives on the continental margin off the southeastern United States, July 2-13, 1967
Millman, John D.
Manheim, Frank T.
Pratt, Richard M.
Zarudzki, E. F. K.
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East Coast Continental Margin
In late June and July, 1967, the Deep Submergence Research Vehicle (DSRV) ALVIN, aboard its mother snip, LULU, proceeded from the spring base of operations, Nassau, to its home port of Woods Hole. During this trip, from July 2 to July 14, a series of five dives were made by ALVIN on the Blake Plateau off Georgia and South Carolina, and on the continental slope north of Cape Hatteras.
Originally issued as Reference No. 67-80, series later renamed WHOI-
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