Results and Discussion

Despite the challenges provided by weather, tides, currents, and fine French food and wine, the use of a dynamically focused multibeam system in support of the D-Day archaeological studies proved to be a tremendous success. Over approximately seven days of operation, 35 hours of surveying were carried out, imaging much of the remains of the Mulberry harbor off Omaha Beach as well as approximately 40 other distinct targets. We will focus here on only a few examples, but a more detailed discussion of the results of this work can be found in Malzone, et al. (2002).