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Hood Canal - Seepage Map - Non-overlapping Images

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Image acquisition took place on September 2, 2008 at approximately 11:45 am PST. The tide at Union was about +2.5 ft.

Instructions: Click on an image location (black dots) and a small image with both the thermal infrared and visible band images will be displayed. Click on the image to get a larger image. In the thermal infrared image, the coolest water, which appears as bright cyan, is that from groundwater seeps, small streams, and ephemeral creeks flowing across the sun warmed beach and into the warm surface waters of Lynch Cove.

References to non-Department of the Interior (DOI) products do not constitute an endorsement by the DOI.
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