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Data report: Marine geophysical data on the Newfoundland nonvolcanic margin around SCREECH transect 2

Shillington, D.J., Holbrook, W.S., Tucholke, B.E., Hopper, J.R., Louden, K.E., Larsen, H.C., Van Avendonk, H.J.A., Deemer, S. and Hall, J., (2004) Data report: Marine geophysical data on the Newfoundland nonvolcanic margin around SCREECH transect 2 Tucholke, B.E., Sibuet, J-C. and Claus, A. (eds.) In Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Initial Reports. Vol. 210. Drilling the Newfoundland half of the Newfoundland-Iberia transect: the first conjugate margin drilling in a nonvolcanic rift. Texas A & M University Ocean Drilling Program., Chap 5 (36pp).

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Marine geophysical data collected from the eastern Grand Banks across the Newfoundland Basin during the summer of 2000 comprise a grid of seismic, magnetic, gravity, and multibeam bathymetric data around Sites 1276 and 1277. Multichannel seismic reflection profiles image the sedimentary and crustal structure of the Newfoundland nonvolcanic rifted margin. This report presents prestack time-migrated seismic reflection profiles together with the coincident magnetic and gravity data collected during the site survey.

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Published date: 2004
Additional Information: 78pp., chart and CDROM. Chapters are held on CDROM


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Date deposited: 02 Jun 2005
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:46

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Author: D.J. Shillington
Author: W.S. Holbrook
Author: B.E. Tucholke
Author: J.R. Hopper
Author: K.E. Louden
Author: H.C. Larsen
Author: H.J.A. Van Avendonk
Author: S. Deemer
Author: J. Hall
Editor: B.E. Tucholke
Editor: J-C. Sibuet
Editor: A. Claus

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