Underwater Photography : Scientific and Engineering Applications

Underwater Photography : Scientific and Engineering Applications

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
SECTION I: INVITED PAPERS
Historic Perspectives 3 (6)
J. B. Hersey
Time-Lapse Photography 9 (4)
H. E. Edgerton
Mapping the Mid-Ocean Ridge 13 (22)
R. D. Ballard
SECTION II: TOWED SYSTEMS
A New Undersea Geological Survey Tool: Angus 35 (24)
J. D. Phillips
A. H. Driscoll
K. R. Peal
W. M. Marquet
D. M. Owen
The Use of a Photosled for Quantitative 59 (10)
Assessment of Faunal Components along
Transects
H. Thiel
Photographic Systems Utilized in the Study of 69 (26)
Sea-Bottom Populations
R. B. Theroux
The Development of a Bottom-Referencing 95 (14)
Underwater Towed Instrument Vehicle, BRUTIV,
for Fisheries Research, 1973-1979
T. J. Foulkes
Producing Video Images of Fishing Equipment 109(12)
Operating in situ as Well as Observing Fish
Actually Being Caught
R. P. Bennett
New Application for Ocean Bottom Survey Using 121(6)
Submersibles and Towed Sleds
D. Chayes
H. Chezar
J. Farre
M. Rawson
W. B. F. Ryan
A Photosled in Puget Sound 127(10)
L. Smith
R. Heggen
D. Jamison
SECTION III: IN SITU OPERATIONS
Current Zonation and Bedforms on Nova Scotian 137(4)
Continental Rise Determined from Bottom
Photography
B. E. Tucholke
C. D. Hollister
Time-Lapse Recording of Deep-Sea Sediment 141(18)
Transport
M. Wimbush
L. A. Mayer
Long-Term Remote Underwater Monitoring 159(12)
C. E. Miller
A Simple Underwater Photographic Technique to 171(10)
Assess Growth and Seasonal Succession of
Small Benthic Algae
R. E. Semple
J. D. Pringle
SECTION IV: PHOTOGRAPHY FROM SUBMERSIBLES
Submersible Photography in the North Sea Oil 181(12)
Industry
L. Jasper
Movies from a Submersible 193(6)
B. Kendall
Evaluation of Movie Lights for Use on DSRV 199(6)
Alvin
J. Porteus
SECTION V: STEREO PHOTOGRAPHY AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY
Stereo Photography for Vertical and 205(10)
Horizontal Measurements
D. A. Smith
M. M. Boyajian
Underwater Photography for Quantitative 215(16)
Description of Bottom Roughness
T. Akal
High-Speed Digitally-Processed Unlimited Area 231(16)
Underwater Photogrammetry
D. Rebikoff
SECTION VI: SPECIAL METHODS AND APPLICATIONS
WITH RESULTS
Recent Developments in Deep-Sea Photography 247(10)
at the Institute of Oceanographic Sciences
E. P. Collins
Underwater Photography and Its Application to 257(22)
Understanding the Coring Process
F. W. McCoy
Verification of Side-Scan Sonar Acoustic 279(16)
Imagery by Underwater Photography
A. H. Bouma
M. L. Rappeport
The Application of an Underwater Color Video 295(10)
System to Fishing Gear Research
P. Twohig
R. J. Smolowitz
High-Speed Silhouette Photography of Live 305(16)
Zooplankton
H. E. Edgerton
H. A. Moffitt II
M. J. Youngbluth
A Camera System for Deep-Sea Photography from 321(14)
Drifting Ice Stations
N. E. Fenerty
Fish, Crustaceans, and the Seafloor under the 335(8)
Ross Ice Shelf
P. M. Bruchhausen
J. A. Raymond
S. S. Jacobs
A. L. DeVries
E. M. Thorndike
H. H. DeWitt
An Inexpensive Deep-Sea Time-Lapse Camera 343(6)
System
Y. Agrawal
A. J. Williams
SECTION VII: NEW TECHNIQUES
Electronic Cameras in the Deep Ocean 349(10)
E. Kristof
Undersea Cosmic Ray Photo Emulsion Experiments 359(8)
K. Stehling
Analysis of Underwater Photographic and 367(18)
Visibility Systems by Mathematical Model
Employing Observed Ocean Data
J. Pollio
R. G. Meyer
SECTION VIII: FILMS AND PROCESSING
Maximizing Image Quality in Underwater 385(20)
Photography
D. C. Pitcher
Using Salt Water to Process Color Film at Sea 405(6)
C. E. Petrone
SECTION IX: ABSTRACTS ONLY
A Different View of the Seafloor: Low-Angle 411(1)
Oblique Photography from a Towed Sled (Troika)
J. E. Andrews
Long-Term Observations of the Deep-Sea Floor 412(1)
Using Time-Lapse Photography
L. Sullivan
Photogrammetry and HEBBLE (High-Energy 413(1)
Benthic Boundary Layer Experiment)
C. D. Hollister
Long-Term Observations of Bottom Conditions 414(2)
and Sediment Movement on the Atlantic
Continental Shelf: Time-lapse Photography
from Instrumented Tripods
B. Butman
C. G. Bryden
S. L. Pfirman
W. J. Strahle
M. A. Noble
1500 Watt/Second Flash for Towed Survey 416(3)
Operation
G. Hayward
An Illustration of the Value of 419(2)
High-Altitude, Large-Area Bottom Photographs
W. Marquet
Mostly Submarine Canyon Crustacean Studies 421(1)
R. Cooper
Know Your Chrome 422
S. Phillips