A study of the bathymetry and sediments of the U.S. Navy torpedo range in Cape Cod Bay
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LocationCape Cod Bay, Massachusetts
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution contracted to make a survey of the bathymetry and sediments at the Navy Torpedo Testing Range in Cape Cod Bay at the request of the Project Engineer at the U. S Naval Underwater Ordnance Station, Newport, Rhode Island- Contract Number N298(122)16639. The area studies is approximately 35 miles SE from Boston and 15 miles NW from Provincetown in the southern part of .Massachusetts Bay.
Originally issued as Reference No. 60-35, series later renamed WHOI-.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Zeigler, John M., Oostdam, Bernard, Owen, David M., "A study of the bathymetry and sediments of the U.S. Navy torpedo range in Cape Cod Bay", 1960-07, DOI:10.1575/1912/6923, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/6923
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