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Small Venusian coronae
The common defining factor of coronae is a distinct annulus of tectonic origin. Current coronae classification is based on an intensive study of coronae primarily with maximum widths in excess of 100 km. Topographically ...
Triassic-Jurassic extensional systems and their Neogene reactivation in northern Morocco (the Rides Prerifaines and Guercif Basin)
The "Rides Prerifaines" of northern Morocco represent an unusual type of inversion that inverts only the sedimentary fill of a complex Triassic-lower Jurassic half-graben system, without significantly involving the underlying ...
Separating tectonic, eustatic, and episodic depositional processes in the stratigraphic record of the basins of southeastern and northwestern Australia (Cretaceous Period)
Four dynamic processes interact to create the stratigraphic record in a basin: climate, sediment supply, eustasy, and subsidence. To identify the contribution of each of these processes, techniques that can uniquely separate ...
Multiparameter inversion and energy source estimation for a reflection seismic experiment
Reflection seismologists illuminate the subsurface by introducing energy into the ground. These propagating waves encounter heterogeneities in the subsurface material and are partly reflected back up to the surface where ...
Source-velocity identification for a layered model of reflection seismology
The identification of the source signature is a major calibration problem in reflection seismology. Conventional approaches to this problem involve statistical methods, direct measurement of the source, or the location of ...
LONG PERIOD LEAKING MODES
THE IONOSPHERE OF VENUS