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370-RCS_tow_41_image_274.jpg - Southern edge of Georges Bank


370-RCS_tow_41_image_274.jpg - Southern edge of Georges Bank



The original database described this photograph as:

Tow Number: 41
Image Number: 274
Film Type: color
Month: 7
Day: 18
Year: 1974
Start Latitude: 40.29
Start Longitude: 67.08
End Latitude: 40.3
End Longitude: 67.06
General Location: Southern edge of Georges Bank
Minimum Depth (Meters): 357
Maximum Depth (Meters): 512
Bottom Temperature (Celsius): 5.0
NEFSC Cruise Number: AL-7407
Vessel: Albatross IV
Source: NOAA Fisheries, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Photographs Relating to the 1974 Deep-Sea Red Crab Survey





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