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Data Type - Aerial Photographs
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Tuvalu, Funafuti, 4th June & 9th July 1943, Aerial Photographs
Tonga, Vavau, 1996, Shallow Water Bathymetry Dataset
Cook Islands, Rarotonga, Avarua Avatiu Lagoon Bathymetry Survey Datasets
Niue Alofi Bathymetry Survey Charts
Cook Islands, Aitutaki, Arutanga Passage Bathymetry Dataset
Cook Islands, Penrhyn Atoll, 2003, Multibeam Bathymetry Dataset
Cook Islands, Raratonga, Nearshore Bathymetry survey Dataset
Samoa - Savaii, Upolu, 2004, Bathymetry Datasets
Cruise: WEBB Tonga Inc, MultiChannel Seismic Shotpoints
Cruise: SHELL Tonga Survey: GSI seismic party 948, MultiChannel Seismic Shotpoints

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