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Scientific Consensus Statement for Mapping the Oregon Territorial Seafloor Dawn Wright, Chris Goldfinger, OSU and the Oregon Territorial Sea Task Force OPAC Meeting, Tillamook, 3/17/06 What the Statement IS … What the Statement is NOT Territorial Sea, not the EEZ

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Scientific Consensus Statement for Mapping the Oregon Territorial Seafloor

Dawn Wright, Chris Goldfinger, OSU

and the

Oregon Territorial Sea Task Force

OPAC Meeting, Tillamook, 3/17/06

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Territorial Sea, not the EEZ

NOAA Coastal Services Center

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Isn’t it already mapped?

Could you find your way to every town on this map?

Goldfinger et al., OSU Active Tectonics Lab

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Ocean Thematic Layers

Graphic courtesy of Christina Massel, Steve Miller, Scripps

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Details, Details…

100 m

10 m

California Dept. of Fish & Game, Moss Landing Marine Labs

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An Example of Required Detail: Siletz

Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, Marine Resources Program

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An Example of Required Detail: Seal Rock

Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, Marine Resources Program

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Seafloor Mapping: How and What?

Multibeam

Single Beam

Images courtesy of NOAA and UNH

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Topo/Bathy is the Fundamental Base “Layer”

USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory

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Study Area

Image courtesy of Dan Fornari, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution