Dr Kathryn Sobocinski
The Transform Obliquity on the Queen Charlotte fault and Earthquake Study (TOQUES) cruise occurred from July 18 – Aug 23 of 2021 in the N. Pacific Ocean. During this time, TOQUES was using ocean-bottom seismometers (OBS) and acoustic arrays to map the sub-surficial geological features of the Queen Charlotte Fault (QCF). Expendable bathymetry (XBT) was deployed to measure the temperature of the water column in order to determine the speed of sound of the water column.
Dillman, Cameron, "WWU_Geology_Cetaceon_Queen_Charlotte_Fault" (2023). College of the Environment Internship Reports. 107.
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