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Published via the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Maurice Ewing Series.
The moment Maurice Ewing Symposium was once dedicated to the consequences of deep drilling ends up in the Atlantic Ocean. This topic used to be selected for 2 purposes. First, Maurice Ewing was once one of many leaders of JOIDES (Joint Oceanographic associations For Deep Earth Sampling), the organization of oceanographic associations that was once shaped to prepare and sponsor drilling within the deep ocean, and which has persevered to supply medical suggestion to the Deep Sea Drilling venture. moment, the 1st section of overseas software of Ocean Drilling within the Atlantic was once comprehensive and it appeared a great time to evaluate the consequences of drilling leads to the Atlantic that have been received over virtually a decade.
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In the whole volcano model of Ie, large tilts are also quite possible for the buried volcanoes, since we have very little idea of how they sink out of sight. In deep holes, the observation that inclination changes often occur at lithologic breaks may also support a model in which each volcano in the vertical section experiences a somewhat different tilting history during burial. These ideas are more fully developed by Hall (this volume). Fig. 5. Aerial patterns of fracture zone regime crust: (a) when all crust is formed at the ridge crest and then some is deformed during transform faulting (dotted area) and (b) when some additional area is added within the transform fault itself (dashed area).
J. R. astr. , 39,301-318, 1974. , Introducing an operational multibeam array sonar, Int. Hydrogr. , 47, 35-39, 1970. , Multi-narrow beam sonar systems, in Oceans '76, 2nd Annual Combined Conference MTS/IEEE, pp. 80-1 to 80-2, Inst. , New York, 1976. , 2nd Ewing Symposium (this volume), 1978. A. and L. Stieltjes, Faulting within the median valley, in Present State of Plate Tectonics, pp. 137-144, edited by J. S. Dietz, Tectonophysics, 38, (1-2), 1977. R. H. van Andel, Project FAMOUS: Its origin, programs, and setting, Geol.
4---------L-------l---------J. -----1---- A. en ... ~ ~ 6 KURCHATOV FRACTURE ZONE ~ . . . --------I O-----~---- 20 40 60 80 km FAMOUS 6 .... ' KURCHATOV FRACTURE ZONE 600 .. : . ... I 20 40 60 80km DISTANCE FROM AXIS 400 Fig. 10. Fault spacing as a function of distance from the ridge axis for the four areas. Squares indicate means for 10 km intervals. I 20 40 60 80km DISTANCE FROM AXIS Fig. 9. Fault throws on the Reykjanes Ridge and near the Kurchatov Fracture Zone (Searle and Laughton, 1977), plotted against distance from ridge axis, compared with a theoretical curve appropriate to Model 1 of Harrison and Stieltjes (1976), assuming median valley half width of 15 km.