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Photos of drillcore 7128/12-U-01 (interval 114 - 137 m below seabed), Finnmark Platform, Norwegian Barents Sea

Øistein How
Photos of drillcore 7128/12-U-01 (interval 114 - 137 m below seabed), Finnmark Platform, Norwegian Barents Sea. In: How, Ø. 1994: Shallow drilling Barents Sea 1988: Core photos - revised edition. IKU Report 21.3444.09/01/89, 80 pp. Restricted.

The World Stress Map based on the database release 2008

Oliver Heidbach, Mark Tingay, Andreas Barth, John Reinecker, Daniel Kurfess & Birgit Mueller
The World Stress Map (WSM) is the global repository for contemporary tectonic stress data from the Earth's crust. Its uniformity and quality is guaranteed through quality ranking of the data according to international standards and a standardized regime assignment. The WSM merges data which otherwise would be fragmented in separate, often inaccessible archives. It provides the long-term preservation of tectonic stress data from physical loss of data carriers or organizational problems of data storage.

Closure Plots for \"Source Structure and Measurement Noise Are as Important as All Other Residual Sources in Geodetic VLBI Combined\"

James M. Anderson & Ming H. Xu
Plots of closure delay, closure phase, and closure amplitude are provided for the geodetic very long baseline interferometry (VLBI) observations of the Continuous VLBI Campaign 2014 (CONT14) experiment of the International VLBI Service for Geodesy and Astrometry (IVS, https://ivscc.gsfc.nasa.gov/ , see https://ivscc.gsfc.nasa.gov/program/cont14/ for a description of CONT14, and see https://ivscc.gsfc.nasa.gov/about/org/components/dc-list.html for a list of IVS data centers from which the CONT14 data can be downloaded) as calculated by Anderson and Xu for their article titled...

X-ray Computed Tomography and borehole televiewer images of the Alpine Fault’s hanging-wall, New Zealand: Deep Fault Drilling Project phase 1 (DFDP-1) and Amethyst Hydro Project (AHP)

Jack Williams, Virginia Toy, Cecile Massiot & David McNamara
The orientations and densities of fractures in the foliated hanging-wall of the Alpine Fault provide insights into the role of a mechanical anisotropy in upper crustal deformation, and the extent to which existing models of fault zone structure can be applied to active plate-boundary faults. Three datasets were used to quantify fracture damage at different distances from the Alpine Fault principal slip zones (PSZs): (1) X-ray computed tomography (CT) images of drill-core collected within 25...

Photos of drillcore 7129/10-U-01 (interval 56 - 66 m below seabed), Finnmark Platform, Norwegian Barents Sea

Øistein How
Photos of drillcore 7129/10-U-01 (interval 56 - 66 m below seabed), Finnmark Platform, Norwegian Barents Sea. In: How, O. 1994: Shallow drilling Barents Sea 1988: Core photos - revised edition. IKU Report 21.3444.09/01/89, 80 pp. Restricted.

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