Data report of oblique reflection-refraction radio-sonobuoy profiles on the African Atlantic continental margin : (R/V Atlantis II cruises 67 and 75)
Rogers, Carolyn U.
Woo, Aileen O.
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KeywordContinental margins; Seismic reflection method; Atlantis II (Ship : 1963-) Cruise AII67; Atlantis II (Ship : 1963-) Cruise AII75
Two hundred sixty-four unreversed oblique reflection-refraction profiles using expendable radio-sonobuoys were obtained during two geophysical cruises to the Atlantic continental margin of Africa. This data report gives the profile locations, a summary of the data collection and analysis, and 780 interval reflection and refraction velocities and thicknesses that were determined.
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