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Evolution of the Eastern Indian Ocean since the Late Cretaceous Contraints from Geosat Altimetry (Paleoceanographic Mapping Project Progress Report No. 41-0888)
(Institute for Geophysics, 1988)
We propose a new model for the tectonic evolution of the Eastern Indian Ocean from the Late Cretaceous to the present. Two types of data are used to improve previously-published reconstructions. First, reinterpreted seafloor ...
The Opening of the Indian Ocean Since the Late Jurassic: An Overview (Paleoceanographic Mapping Project Report No. 79-1290)
(Institute for Geophysics, 1990)
Evolution of the Southwest Indian Ridge from the Late Cretaceous (Anomaly 34) to the Middle Eocene (Anomaly 20) (Paleoceanographic Mapping Project Progress Report No. 25-0987)
(Institute for Geophysics, 1987)
The determination of the motion of Antarctica relative to Africa is particularly important when considering the breakup of Gondwana. Two models have been proposed that describe the pattern of seafloor spreading between ...