Seismic reflection, magnetic, and gravity profiles of the eastern Atlantic continental margin and adjacent deep-sea floor. II. Congo Canyon (Republic of Zaire) to Lisbon (Portugal)
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KeywordSubmarine topography; Marine geophysics; Continental margins; Atlantis II (Ship : 1963-) Cruise AII75
One of the programs of the International Decade of Ocean Exploration (I.D.O.E.) is a geological and geophysical study of the eastern Atlantic continental margin and adjacent deep-sea floor. This report is a compilation of the geophysical traverses made from the Congo Canyon (Republic of Zaire) to Lisbon, Portugal during the first half of 1973. Also included in the atlas are geophysical traverses from Woods Hole to Dakar and from Dakar to Latitude 10°N made during January-February, 1972.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Uchupi, Elazar, Emery, Kenneth O., "Seismic reflection, magnetic, and gravity profiles of the eastern Atlantic continental margin and adjacent deep-sea floor. II. Congo Canyon (Republic of Zaire) to Lisbon (Portugal)", 1974-04, DOI:10.1575/1912/7365, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7365
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