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Plan for a Proposed Oceanographic Survey

A plan for a proposed oceanographic survey for the Canadian International Polar Year was created using both Surfer and Voxler. The plan was first mapped in Surfer, displaying the Latitude, Longitude, ocean currents, elevation of the ocean and continents, and proposed site locations. The data was then brought into Voxler, where a 3D map of the proposal was created.  See the 3D map created with Voxler.

This image was submitted by Igor Yashayaev of the Ocean Circulation Section, Ocean Sciences Division, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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