USGS plans seismic survey in Bering Sea
Shoot is part of effort to delineate potentially resource-rich extended continental shelf; survey also planned in Gulf of Alaska
For Petroleum News
The U.S. Geological Survey plans to shoot a seismic survey in August in the Bering Sea to delineate the “extended continental shelf.”
The survey will be conducted from the research vessel Marcus G. Langseth with a towed array of 36 airguns, says an environmental assessment prepared for the project.
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