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    • Ridge segmentation, tectonic evolution and rheology of slow-spreading oceanic crust 

      Escartin Guiral, Javier E. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1996-08)
      Two-thirds of the Earth's surface is oceanic crust formed by magmatic and tectonic processes along mid-ocean ridges. Slow-spreading ridges, such as the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, are discontinuous and composed of ridge segments. ...