Cause of anisotropic physical properties of accreted sediment; Barbados Ridge (Leg 156) and Nankai Trough (Leg 131) compared

Author(s): Brückmann, Warner
Ocean Drilling Program, Leg 156, Shipboard Scientific Party, College Station, TX
Author Affiliation(s): Primary:
GEOMAR Research Center for Marine Geosciences, Kiel, Federal Republic of Germany
Volume Title: Geological Association of Canada; Mineralogical Association of Canada; annual meeting; program with abstracts—Association Geologique du Canada; Association Mineralogique du Canada; reunion annuelle; programme et resumes
Source: Program with Abstracts - Geological Association of Canada; Mineralogical Association of Canada: Joint Annual Meeting, Vol.20, p.11; Geological Association of Canada; Mineralogical Association of Canada; annual meeting—Association Geologique du Canada; Association Mineralogique du Canada; reunion annuelle, Victoria, BC, Canada, May 17-19, 1995. Publisher: Geological Association of Canada, Waterloo, ON, Canada. ISSN: 0701-8738 CODEN: PAACD6
Note: In English
Year of Publication: 1995
Research Program: ODP Ocean Drilling Program
Key Words: 06 Petrology, Sedimentary; 19 Geophysics, Seismology; Accretionary wedges; Anisotropy; Atlantic Ocean; Barbados Ridge; Body waves; Elastic waves; Leg 131; Leg 156; Marine sediments; Nankai Trough; North Atlantic; North Pacific; Northwest Pacific; Ocean Drilling Program; P-waves; Pacific Ocean; Physical properties; Sediments; Seismic waves; Velocity structure; West Pacific
Coordinates: N322105 N322111 E1345646 E1345634
N153128 N153213 W0584251 W0584453
Record ID: 1996041420
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