Depth to Horizon J, In Seconds (Two-way) Below Sealevel, Knorr 80
Draft of map resulting from cruise KN80 in July and August of 1980. This cruise was part of the International Program Of Ocean Drilling, or IPOD, project. This map was scanned from a transparency.
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