2000 multibeam sonar survey of Crater Lake, Oregon data, GIS, images, and movies /

Creator: Gardner, James V.
Creator: Dartnell, Peter.
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Publisher: [Menlo Park, CA] : U.S. Geological Survey, Western Region Coastal and Marine Geology,
Date: [2001]
LCC: GB1625.O7 G37 2001 compu/d
Description: The contents include: Introduction, ArcExplorer 2.0 project, Perspective views, fly-by movie, helicopter movie, data, photographs, publications, and selected links to other websites about Crater Lake.
Description: This CD-ROM was produced in accordance with the ISO 9660 Level 2 standard and Apple Computer's(R) Hierarchical File System (HFS) standard. The data and text on this CD-ROM require either a UNIX workstation, Macintosh or compatible computer, or IBM(R) or compatible personal computer, all equipped with a CD-ROM drive.
Description: System requirements for Macintosh: PowerPC(R) processor; 64 megabytes RAM; Mac OS software version 8.6 or higher; 13-inch color monitor that can display 256 colors (16.7 million colors recommended).
Description: System requirements for Windows: Intel(R) Pentium(R) processor; Microsoft(R) Windows 95 OSR 2.0, Windows 98 SE, Windows Millennium, Windows NT(R) 4.0 with Service Pack 5, or Windows 2000; 64 MB of RAM; VGA color monitor that can display 256 colors (16.7 million colors recommended).
Description: System requirements for UNIX: Almost any UNIX workstation should be capable of manipulating these html and data files in this publication. Because QuickTime Movie Player is not available for UNIX computers, the movie files on this CD-ROM cannot be displayed on these machines.
Subject: Submarine topography Oregon Crater Lake Databases.
Subject: Hydrographic surveying Oregon Crater Lake Databases.
Subject: Sonar.
Identifier: URN:ISBN:0607984139

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Categories: CD-ROM, Crater Lake, Hydrographic surveying, Oregon, Sonar, Submarine topography