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Title: Fly Over the Seafloor of San Francisco Bay
Virtual fly-through of San Francisco Bay revealing the seafloor as if the water was drained from the Bay. The movie flies through the south and central Bay, pausing over prominent seafloor features including, large sand waves, rock pinnacles, current scour pits, as well as many human impacts on the seafloor.
Location: San Francisco, CA, San Francisco Bay, USA
Date Taken: 1/1/2009
Video Producer: Peter Dartnell , U.S. Geological Survey, Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center
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Additional Video Credits:
USGS, NOAA, California State University, Monterey Bay
For more information go to: National Seafloor Mapping and Benthic Habitat Studies
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