The Cocos and Carnegie Aseismic Ridges: a Trace Element Record of Long-term Plume-Spreading Center Interaction

Título

The Cocos and Carnegie Aseismic Ridges: a Trace Element Record of Long-term Plume-Spreading Center Interaction

Materia

Ciencias sociales

Descripción

The aseismic Cocos and Carnegie Ridges, two prominent bathymetric featues in the Eastern Pacific, record 20 Myr of interaction between lhe Galapagos hotspot and the adjacent Galapagos Spreading Center.
Contenido: INTRODUCTION; BACKGROUND INFORMATION; ANALYTICAL METHODS; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; CONCLUSIONS.

Editor

DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY, COLGATE UNIVERSITY

Fecha

2004

Colaborador

S.P. José G. Vargas M.

Relación

Historia marítima de la República del Ecuador

Formato

Digital, 25 páginas

Idioma

Inglés

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Texto

Texto

The Cocos and Carnegie Aseismic Ridges: a Trace Element Record of Long-term Plume-Spreading Center Interaction

Original Format

Digital

Archivos

The_Cocos_Carnegie_aseismic_ridges (P).pdf

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Reference

KAREN s. HARPP; VIRGINIA D. WANLESS; ROBERT H. OTTO; KAJ HOERNLE; REINHARD WERNER. 2004, The Cocos and Carnegie Aseismic Ridges: a Trace Element Record of Long-term Plume-Spreading Center Interaction, DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY, COLGATE UNIVERSITY

Cite As

KAREN s. HARPP; VIRGINIA D. WANLESS; ROBERT H. OTTO; KAJ HOERNLE; REINHARD WERNER., “The Cocos and Carnegie Aseismic Ridges: a Trace Element Record of Long-term Plume-Spreading Center Interaction,” Repositorio digital de la memoria histórica marítima del Ecuador "TNFG MANUEL ALOMÍA GUERRA", consulta 29 de noviembre de 2020, http://biblioteca.armada.mil.ec/omeka-2.4.1/items/show/934.

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