Mapping Program

Rodriguez Seamount Summit

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Rodriguez is called a guyot because it has a distinctive flat top with a sharp break-in-slope at 700 m depth, suggesting wave planation at sea level after volcanic activity ceased.

Perspective view from the south

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Rodriguez Summit data—15 meter grid cell size
(geographic coordinates)

Grid Sun Illuminated Image Acoustic Reflectivity Image
at 1/2 grid cell size
grids\rodriguezB_bath.asc.gz geoTIFFS\sunshade\rodB_bath.tif geoTIFFS\backscatter\rodB_backscat_geo.tif
Last updated: Oct. 02, 2013