|Title:||Military Ship Shock Boxes within the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico|
A location, which is not considered a Military Range, where ship shock trials (explosives are detonated underwater against surface ships) can be conducted by Naval Sea System Command on new classes of Navy ships. Ship shock trials consist of a series of underwater detonations that propagate a shock wave through a ship’s hull under deliberate and controlled conditions simulating near misses from underwater explosions. A representative ship from a new ship class is exposed to detonations to assess the ability of the ship and crew to withstand near-miss situations. Charges can be used in any combination during the execution of a shock trial. The MarineCadastre.gov team worked with the Navy to provide this data, which is a subset of the Navy's Common Operating Picture, for ocean planning purposes.
To support ocean planning activities pursuant to the Executive Order Regarding the Ocean Policy to Advance the Economic, Security, and Environmental Interests of the United States, the Energy Policy Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, the Rivers and Harbors Act, and the Coastal Zone Management Act.
|ISO 19115 Topic Category||oceans|
|None||Full Ship Shock Trial|
|None||Exclusive Economic Zone|
|None||Outer Continental Shelf|
|None||United States of America|
Data Set Information
|Data Set Scope Code:||Data Set|
|Maintenance Frequency:||As Needed|
|Data Set Credit:||Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, NOAA Office for Coastal Management|
Point of Contact
|Date Effective From:||2018-06|
|Date Effective To:|
|Contact (Organization):||NOAA Office for Coastal Management (NOAA/OCM)|
2234 South Hobson Ave
Charleston, SC 29405-2413
|Currentness Reference:||Publication Date|
Extent Group 1
Extent Group 1 / Geographic Area 1
Extent Group 1 / Time Frame 1
|Time Frame Type:||Discrete|
Date delivered from source
|Data Use Constraints:||
For coastal and ocean planning
MarineCadastre.gov Data Registry
The attributes in this dataset are believed to be accurate.
|Horizontal Positional Accuracy:||
Maximum scale of intended use is 1:80,000.
Spatial and attribute properties are believed to be complete, although attribute information has been simplified. Geometric thresholds from original data are preserved. No tests have been completed for exhaustiveness.
These data are believed to be logically consistent. Geometry is topologically clean.
|Contact Role Type:||Originator|
|Contact Name:||Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces - U.S. Navy|
|Extent Start Date/Time:||2018-10-24|
|Citation URL Name:||Source Online Linkage|
|Citation URL Description:||
Data was delivered through email. URL is where the data can be accessed from the source.
Data acquired from the authoritative source. Spatial and attribute properties are believed to be complete. Geometric thresholds from original data are preserved.
Process Step 1
• Shapefile was acquired via email • Import data into file geodatabase • Apply aliases to attribute fields • Check geometry and project data into WGS 1984 Auxiliary Sphere
|Process Date/Time:||2018-11-20 00:00:00|
Rubric scores updated every 15m
|Entity||Military Ship Shock Boxes: Atlantic / Gulf of Mexico|
|Catalog Item ID:||54962|
|Metadata Record Created By:||Anna Verrill|
|Metadata Record Created:||2018-11-27 17:08+0000|
|Metadata Record Last Modified By:||Jesse Brass|
|Metadata Record Last Modified:||2022-01-11 19:59+0000|
|Metadata Record Published:||2018-11-28|
|Metadata Publication Status:||Published Externally|
|Do Not Publish?:||N|
|Metadata Next Review Date:||2019-11-29|