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Giant Submarine Landslides on the Hawaiian Ridge: A Rebuttal
|Title:||Giant Submarine Landslides on the Hawaiian Ridge: A Rebuttal|
|Authors:||Langford, Stephen A.|
Brill, Richard C.
|LC Subject Headings:||Submarine geology -- Pacific Ocean|
|Date Issued:||Apr 1972|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Langford SA, Brill RC. 1972. Giant submarine landslides on the Hawaiian ridge: a rebuttal. Pac Sci 26(2): 254-258.|
|Abstract:||ABSTRACT: A highly precise bathymetric record shows the U.S. Navy Oceanographic
Office (NAVOCEANO) chart upon which Moore's landslide hypothesis
was based to be inaccurate. We find no evidence for landsliding. Three possible
in situ origins for the seamounts in question are offered as alternatives.
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Pacific Science Volume 26, Number 2, 1972|
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