Site-095

Site-095 is dedicated to the research of aquatic or amphibious anomalies, as well as other anomalies with ties to the ocean, whilst serving the secondary purpose of presenting and preserving marine life through the Monterey Bay Aquarium front and the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. The site contains research and containment sectors, office and medical areas, and the Deep Storage level. In addition, the Deep Storage monorail allows for fast travel between several sectors of the site. Among these sectors is OL-Site-095, located in the Monterey Submarine Canyon. Any aerial images taken are to be monitored and curated so as to mask evidence of the Aquatic Containment Division, which is exposed to the sky due to necessity.

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Site-095

Coastal Anomaly Research Center


Overview


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The exterior of Site-095's front cover.

Established: 4th May, 1976

Front Cover: Monterey Bay Aquarium

Location: Coast of Monterey Bay, USA

Codename: "Bay Guard"

Hex-code: 5F

Site Occupation: Containment, Research, and CSD Holding Facility.

Division Jurisdiction: Research and Containment

Total Area: 15784000000 m2

Background Information: Site-095 is dedicated to the research of aquatic or amphibious anomalies, as well as other anomalies with ties to the ocean, whilst serving the secondary purpose of presenting and preserving marine life through the Monterey Bay Aquarium front and the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. The site contains research and containment sectors, office and medical areas, and the Deep Storage level. In addition, the Deep Storage monorail allows for fast travel between several sectors of the site. Among these sectors is OL-Site-095, located in the Monterey Submarine Canyon. Any aerial images taken are to be monitored and curated so as to mask evidence of the Aquatic Containment Division, which is exposed to the sky due to necessity.

History: Site-095 was initially constructed without the Monterey Bay Aquarium front 2 years before the aquarium began construction, with a warehouse being used as a front instead, hiding the much smaller operation of housing RPC-350. However, RPC-350-A proved troublesome in this installment, and 2 years later when plans for the construction of an aquarium were announced, the Authority covertly funded the construction while making deals for additional construction for the purposes of further anomalous containment as well as containment chambers for RPC-350-A instances. On October 20, 1984, the aquarium opened, with more installments than initially planned, including new exhibits within the aquarium itself as well as the RPC-207 containment chamber.

Later, in September of 1992, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary was established to aid in the containment of RPC-775, expanding Site-095's domain tremendously. This coincided with the construction the Deep Storage level beneath this area and in the nearby Monterey Submarine Canyon.

In March of 20██, the temporary containment of RPC-575 in Deep Storage led to parts of this level being heavily damage, some of which is still awaiting repairs.


Offices & Wings Section


  • Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary: This region surrounding the facility is where research on locational anomalies is conducted as well as a region where non-anomalous wildlife is preserved. OL-Site-095 is located in this region within the Monterey Submarine Canyon.
  • Aquarium Front: This level consists of the Monterey Bay Aquarium itself, and contains no Authority activities besides maintaining secrecy of contained anomalies.
  • Aquatic Containment Wing: This level consists of the open-air aquatic containment where anomalies who require an environment with natural ocean water and exposure to sunlight are contained. No Gamma-class anomalies who possess these requirements are stored here, instead being relocated elsewhere.
  • Office and Medical Level: Directly under the prior two levels, this level serves as the location of most of the facilities' operations, including administering medical care and general research and office work.
  • Research Wing: This level is where most research on anomalies is conducted. This level has direct access to the Aquatic Containment Divison and the Standard Containment Division. Surveillance rooms allow for observation of locational anomalies within the sanctuary while testing rooms allow for testing anomalies held within the other containment divisions.
  • CSD Personnel Holding Level: Each CSD cell is 4 m2 in size. Also features a mess hall maintained by CSD personnel on a rotating daily shift.
  • Standard Containment Wing: This level is where anomalies who do not need natural ocean water or sunlight are held. The wing is further divided into an Alpha, Beta and Gamma Containment Sectors.
  • Deep Storage: This level is where important data and Gamma-class anomalies are held. It contains the Deep Storage monorail, allowing for quick travel throughout the sectors of Deep Storage as well as access to the OL-Site-095 viewing and docking station.

Site Administration


Administrative Officials:

  • Site Director: Dr. Samuel Brummell
  • Assistant Site Director: Robert T. Builder
  • Dir. of Anomaly Containment: Dr. Travis Bellmore
  • Dir. of Research & Development: Dr. Gertrude Cook
  • Dir. of Garrisoned MST: Maj. Paul Banters

NUMERICAL COUNT OF SITE PERSONNEL NUMBERS

On-Site Personnel:

  • Department Heads: 4
  • Administrative Assistants: 23
  • Medical Personnel: 144
  • Research Personnel: 678
  • Security Personnel: 383
  • Maintenance Personnel: 210
  • CSD Personnel: 400

Total: 1,842


Anomalies Contained


RPC # Additional Information
RPC-207 -
RPC-350 -
RPC-625 25 instances are currently contained within Site-095
RPC-670 -
RPC-775 In OL-Site-095
RPC-865 -
RPC-970 -

Anomalies Previously Contained


RPC # Additional Information
RPC-575 Relocated to Site-732

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