Seismic Project Information EW9513
Pacific-Australia-Antarctic Plate Circuit
This R/V Ewing survey explored the Southeastern Indian Ocean and southern Tasman Sea region, recording 4-channel data. Part of a collaborative project, there was a companion cruise on board the R/V Palmer (NBP9702) north of the Ross Sea embayment. The objective was to obtain data to test the hypothesis that the Antarctic side of the ridge acted as a separate plate, attached to Marie Byrd Land, and that there was motion between East and West Antarctica between anomalies 24 and 13 time.
MSDC currently has shot (field) data on-line. Trace 3 was stripped from the original 4-channel data to produce seismic images and associated strip files.
|Chief Scientists:||Steve Cande|
|Principal Investigators:||Steve Cande (NSF 9416989)
Joann M. Stock (NSF 9416779)
Millard F. Coffin (NSF 9216873)
Cliff Frohlich (NSF 9216873)
Paul Mann (NSF 9216873)
Garry Karner (NSF 9217519)
|Data Originating Institutions:||Geosciences Research Division, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
California Institute of Technology
Institute for Geophysics, University of Texas at Austin
|Funding Agencies:||National Science Foundation|
|Seismic Data Types Acquired:||MCS (4)|
|Seismic Data Classes at UTIG:||Field, Processed|
|Seismic Data Types at UTIG:||MCS|
|Seismic Data Set DOI(s) at UTIG:|
|Seismic Data Classes at LDEO:||Field|
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