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    • Large fault fabric of the Ninetyeast Ridge implies near-spreading ridge formation 

      Sager, W.W.; Paul, C.F.; Krishna, K.S.; Pringle, M.S.; Eisin, A.E.; Frey, F.A.; Rao, D.G.; Levchenko, O.V. (American Geophysical Union, 2010)
      Ninetyeast Ridge (NER) is a linear volcanic ridge in the Indian Ocean thought to have formed by hotspot volcanism on the northward?drifting Indian plate. Geological data from the ridge are sparse, so its tectonic evolution ...
    • New geological-geophysical data on the structure of the Ninetyeast Ridge 

      Levchenko, O.V.; Sager, W.W.; Frey, F.A.; Pringle, M.S.; Krishna, K.S.; Rao, D.G.; Gauntlett, E.; Mervine, E.E.; Marinova, Y.G.; Piotrowski, A.A.; Paul, S.F.; Huang, S.; Eisin, A.E. (Pleiades Publishing, 2010)
      The Ninetyeast (or East Indian) Ridge is one of the longest aseismic volcanic ridges in the World Ocean and one of the longest linear structures of the Earth. It is 200 km wide on average, and it extends in the meridional ...