Digital data logging and processing, Derbyshire Survey, 1997
Howland, Jonathan C.
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KeywordDerbyshire (ship); Shipwrecks; Automatic data collection systems; Information storage and retrieval systems
In 1997, the Deep Submergence Group (DSG) of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) surveyed the wreckage field of the M.V. Derbyshire. The motivation for the survey and its results are described elsewhere (Williams et al, 1998). The purpose of this report is to describe the digital data logging and processing systems that were used by the Deep Submergence Group during the survey. The report is divided into four sections: this Introduction, a description of the collection mechanisms, a description of the processing schemes and series of appendices. The appendices include a glossary of terms, a description of data formats, and a comparison of electronic still camera processing choices. Readers desiring information on the equipment used, on the operations, or on the analysis effort performed by the on-board Inspection and Verification (I & V) Team or by the Assessors ashore are directed to (Williams et al, 1998), (Ballard, 1993) and (Bowen, et al, 1993).
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