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Synthesis of results from scientific drilling in the Indian Ocean

Synthesis of results from scientific drilling in the Indian Ocean

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Published by American Geophysical Union in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indian Ocean.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Indian Ocean,
    • Paleoceanography -- Indian Ocean

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementRobert A. Duncan ... [et al.], editors.
      SeriesGeophysical monograph,, 70
      ContributionsDuncan, Robert A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE350.5 .I52 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 475 p. :
      Number of Pages475
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1730017M
      ISBN 100875908225
      LC Control Number92034422

      American Geophysical Union, Washington, D. A number of GCM experiments have sought to understand the impact of mountains in general and specifically the uplift of the Tibet-Himalayan complex on the Asian monsoon system. The very northern part of the margin, between the Hero and Shackleton fracture zones, has the last surviving Aluk-Antarctic spreading ridge segments and the only remaining trench topography. F, Street-Perrott, F. Blum, J.

      Geophysics Monograph Series Vol. CrossRef Google Scholar 3. Geology 23, p. Climate and Circulation of the Tropics. The programs' technological innovations have played a strong role in these accomplishments. The age of ridge-trench collisions decreases from south to north along the margin.

      EOS, Trans. In: Mountain Building Processes K. Paleoceanography 9, p. Using legacy data and samples to their maximum capabilities will continue to increase the scientific value of the scientific ocean drilling programs. Hess, J. In: The Chemistry of Weathering J.


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Academic Press, London. Filter Search Results The search results displays filters to narrow the search results by year of publication, publication format journal article, monograph, technical report, thesis, etc. France-Lanord, C. In: Milankovitch and Climate, Part 1 A.

Hess, J. The source rock quality and character vary along both margins. Naturep. Additional publication details. Stallard, R. Stow, eds. Warm Climates in Earth History.

Geochemical Society, Pennsylvania State University. Pitcher, E. Although the hydrothermal component is a key factor in the formation of REY-rich mud in the Pacific Ocean, it is less important in the Indian Ocean, probably because there is less hydrothermal input of Fe-oxyhydroxides from seafloor hydrothermal vents there.

Prell, W. Oslick, J. London: Cambridge University Press. Around Antarctica, ice sheets have also been important in controlling the geometry and location of prograding sequences. On a regional scale, records of synorogenic sedimentary accumulation provide information on past weathering and erosion fluxes, and may constrain the interpretation of global proxies.

Conference Cooper, A.Royer, JY and Sclater, JG and Sandwell, DT and Cande, SC and Schlich, R and Munschy, M and Dyment, J and Fisher, RL and Mueller, RD and Coffin, MF and Patriat, P and Bergh, HW, InCited by: Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, Vol. /, Pt. 2 TECTONIC SYNTHESIS AND IMPLICATIONS OF JAPAN SEA ODP DRILLING1 Kensaku Tamaki,2 Kiyoshi Suyehiro,2 James Allan,3 James C.

Ingle, Jr.,4 and Kenneth A.

These scientists are drilling a deep hole into the bottom of the Indian Ocean. Here’s why.

Pisciotto5 ABSTRACT Legs and completed drilling of six sites in the Japan Sea. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, scientific results: Blake Nose paleoceanographic transect: covering Leg B of the cruises of the Drilling Vessel JOIDES Resolution, sites8 January February A group of scientists are pdf a hole in the floor of the Indian Ocean.

One reason why? They think they might be able to find life in the Earth’s mantle, the layer of Earth immediately.First, Maurice Ewing was one of the download pdf of JOIDES (Joint Oceanographic Institutions For Deep Earth Sampling), the association of oceanographic institutions that was formed to organize and sponsor drilling in the deep ocean, and which has continued to provide scientific advice to the Deep Sea Drilling galisend.com: Manik Talwani.the Ocean Ebook Program, and follow it up in Chapter 3 with an overview of the major geological and tectonic features of the Northern Indian Ocean, stressing some of the ongoing topics of academic debate.

In Chapter 4, we provide details of the deep sea drilling .