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USGS testing

The U.S. Geological Survey performed testing in Charleston Harbor to aid the district in the collection of environmental information for the Post 45 harbor deepening study.



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This work, USGS testing, by Sean McBride, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.22.2012

Date Posted:12.12.2012 16:04

Photo ID:799727

VIRIN:120522-O-FL382-978

Resolution:1600x1200

Size:413.91 KB

Location:CHARLESTON, SC, USGlobe

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