Geomorphology and Processes on Continental Margins and the Deep Seafloor

Use U.S. Law of the Sea (Extended Continental Shelf) multibeam bathymetry and acoustic backscatter data to quantitatively describe the morphology of the seafloor and interpret the processes that formed and modified the seafloor.

Contacts

Jim Gardner

603.862.3473

Research Professor - CCOM and Ocean Engineering

University of New Hampshire
Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping
Jere A. Chase Ocean Engineering Laboratory
24 Colovos Road
Durham, NH 03824