Photo & Video Log
This page contains photos and videos taken during the Synthetic Aperture Sonar Survey in Stellwagen Banks National Marine Sanctuary. Click on any image to view a larger version and for additional information. If a movie camera icon is present, a QuickTime video can be viewed by clicking on the image. Other video formats are available on the linked pages.
If a slideshow icon is present, a visual log of exploration images can be viewed. You can scroll through them one by one, or select the play button for an automatic slideshow.
(HR) = "High Resolution" images available.
Video & Slideshows
The Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary spans the mouth of Massachusetts Bay between Cape Cod and Cape Ann. (HR)
Survey team members steady the towfish and check it for damage as it’s winched aboard the SRVx. (HR)
The towfish operates much like a box kite and provides tremendous stability for synthetic aperture sonar. (HR)
This sonar image of five derelict lobster traps was one of many examples of derelict fishing gear found during the survey.
The PROSAS Surveyor provided the most detailed sonar image of the steamship Portland yet made. (HR)
The PROSAS Surveyor’s imaging capabilities were put to the test on the previously located shipwreck of the Frank A. Palmer and Louise B. Crary. (HR)
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