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TitleA 35 mm Microfilm Compilation of Collected Analog Geophysical Data For AGC Cruise No. 84021, Continental Margin, Southwest Grand Banks
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AuthorSherin, A G; Hardy, I A; Merchant, S; Beaver, D E; Holt, D; Cash, M
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Open File 1450, 1989, 9 pages (1 sheet), https://doi.org/10.4095/130836 (Open Access)
Year1989
Alt SeriesBedford Institute of Oceanography, Cruise Report 84021
Documentopen file
Lang.English
MapsPublication contains 1 map
Map Info.location, ship track, 1:250,000
Mediapaper; microfilm; on-line; digital
File formatpdf
ProvinceEastern offshore region
NTS10N/03; 10N/04; 10N/05; 10N/06; 10N/11; 10N/12; 11C/04; 11C/05; 11C/12; 11C/13; 11D/01; 11D/07; 11D/08; 11D/09; 11D/10; 11D/15; 11D/16
AreaGrand Banks
Lat/Long WENS -55.0000 -50.0000 45.0000 40.0000
Lat/Long WENS -63.0000 -60.0000 45.0000 40.0000
Subjectsgeophysics; marine geology; seismic reflection surveys; seismic profiles; seismic data; seismic surveys, ship; seismic surveys; geophysical surveys; sediment stability; bathymetry; pleistocene; oceanic crust; continental margins; seismic refraction surveys; Sohm Abyssal Plain; Grand Banks; Quaternary
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Released1990 04 01; 2012 01 31
AbstractThe Atlantic Geoscience Centre (AGC) at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography (BIO) has investigated several methods of releasing to the public sector its massive collection (of over 150,000 lineal metres) of underway geophysical records collected since 1963. The investigations and testing conducted by the Program Support Group, AGC in collaboration with the Public Archives of Canada indicated that the most cost-effective technique for distribution and for archiving such large volumes of irreplaceable data was to use microfilm. To maintain the continuous nature of these records, which can be up to 30 metres in length, special equipment was required such as the Tameran 6000 continuous flow microfilm camera manufactured by Tameran Ltd. of Chagrin Falls, Ohio. All conversion of AGC's geophysical records using this camera was contracted to Manas Media Ltd. of Ottawa, in consortium with Precision Microfilming Services of Halifax and Archimed Ltd. of Montreal. Operational filming began at the end of March 1987. A series of AGC cruise data will be released in 35 mm microfilm and distributed as Geological Survey of Canada Open File reports during 1988. Master microfilm is curated for each AGC cruise at the National Archives, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with duplicates available for viewing at the Data Management Section (PSS), Atlantic Geoscience Centre and at all Geological Survey of Canada libraries in Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver.
GEOSCAN ID130836