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Semi-Permeable Membrane Devices (SPMDs) were deployed for approximately 2 weeks at Palmyra Atoll during October and November, 2008. SPMDs passively accumulate organic compounds from the aquatic enviroment, and are then analyzed for various organic compounds. The deployment date, reasons for selecting the particular site, and photograph numbers as links are indicated.
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Data set contains individual structures and use-areas identifiable from scanned images of 1944 hand-drawn map of buildings and facilities at Palmyra Atoll during World War II, at which time the atoll served as a training facility for the U.S. Navy. Scanned images were georeferenced against control points identifiable from 2007 QuickBird satellite imagery and on control points for which positional data were gathered during sampling in October and November 2008. Georeferenced image was then used to delineate individual structures and other areas as polygons. Attributes were taken from legend for 1944 map.
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Soils and organismal tissue from known and potential sources of contamination at Palmyra Atoll were measured for concentrations of 13 elements using a hand-held X-Ray Flourometer (XRF). Measured elements include; Lead (PB), Arsenic (As), Cobalt (Co), Cromium (Cr), Copper (Cu), Antimony (Sb), Iron (Fe), Titanium (Ti), Zinc (Zn), Nickel (Ni), Manganese (Mn), Sulphur (S) and Phosphorous (P). Concentrations of other elements were excluded because they were below the limit of detection or were sporadically detected; these include Tin (Sn), Cadmium (Cd), Silver (Ag), Strontium (Sr), Ruthenium (Rb), Selenium (Se), Mercury (Hg), Vanadium (V), Scantium (Sc), Calcium (Ca), Potassium (K), and Chlorine (Cl). Attributes for...
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Scanned, georectified, and mosaiced image of 1944 hand-drawn map of buildings and facilities at Palmyra Atoll during World War II, at which time the atoll served as a training facility for the U.S. Navy. Scanned images were georeferenced against control points identifiable from 2007 QuickBird satellite imagery and on control points for which positional data were gathered during sampling in October and November 2008.
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Version of "US_Navy_1944_Palmyra_Atoll_Map" clipped to 1944 land area. Scanned, georectified, and mosaiced image of 1944 hand-drawn map of buildings and facilities at Palmyra Atoll during World War II, at which time the atoll served as a training facility for the U.S. Navy. Scanned images were georeferenced against control points identifiable from 2007 QuickBird satellite imagery and on control points for which positional data were gathered during sampling in October and November 2008.
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Data set contains individual structures and use-areas identifiable from scanned images of 1944 hand-drawn map of buildings and facilities at Palmyra Atoll during World War II, at which time the atoll served as a training facility for the U.S. Navy. Scanned images were georeferenced against control points identifiable from 2007 QuickBird satellite imagery and on control points for which positional data were gathered during sampling in October and November 2008. Georeferenced image was then used to delineate individual structures and other areas as polygons. Attributes were taken from legend for 1944 map.


    map background search result map search result map US Navy 1944 Palmyra Atoll Map Land Clip US Navy 1944 Palmyra Atoll Map US Navy facilities Palmyra Atoll 1944 US Navy roads Palmyra Atoll 1944 XRF samples Palmyra Atoll 2008 and 2010 SPMD samples Palmyra Atoll 2008 US Navy roads Palmyra Atoll 1944 US Navy facilities Palmyra Atoll 1944 US Navy 1944 Palmyra Atoll Map Land Clip US Navy 1944 Palmyra Atoll Map SPMD samples Palmyra Atoll 2008 XRF samples Palmyra Atoll 2008 and 2010