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This technique measures the strength of the returned sonar ping and helps to determine soft, medium, or hard seafloor. Subsea geologic hazards can be identified on backscatter data.
Detailed seafloor characteristics and the depth of water affects the type of turbine technology used to develop a given offshore farm
Multielement geochemistry of the seafloor sediments provides important markers for site assessment