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World Digital Magnetic Anomaly Map

World Digital Magnetic Anomaly Map

An image the team created, which shows the reverse elevation beneath each colored square. The tapestry of colors reveals that the tectonic plate's thickness is highly variable.

Upside-Down Mountain Revealed Inside Earth

An image the team created, which shows the reverse elevation beneath each colored square. The tapestry of colors reveals that the tectonic plate's thickness is highly variable.

Rosetta maakt een 'selfie'. Op de achtergrond zie je komeet 67P. Afbeelding: ESA / Rosetta / Philae / CIVA.

Rosetta maakt een 'selfie'. Op de achtergrond zie je komeet 67P. Afbeelding: ESA / Rosetta / Philae / CIVA.

This image presents satellite altimetry data of the western Pacific from the equator to Japan. Submarine trenches are indicated with white text over magenta; volcanic arcs are indicated by italicized text. In the western Pacific, the volcanic arcs (island and submarine) are west of the trenches, due to the western migration and subduction of the Pacific plate under the Philippine plate. Volcanic arcs form when the subducting plate melts at depth and magma (fluid that cools to form igneous…

This image presents satellite altimetry data of the western Pacific from the equator to Japan. Submarine trenches are indicated with white text over magenta; volcanic arcs are indicated by italicized text. In the western Pacific, the volcanic arcs (island and submarine) are west of the trenches, due to the western migration and subduction of the Pacific plate under the Philippine plate. Volcanic arcs form when the subducting plate melts at depth and magma (fluid that cools to form igneous…

Coesite in clinopyroxene in the Caledonides and its implications for geodynamics   DAVID C. SMITH  Laboratoire de Minéralogie, CNRS Laboratoire-Associé No. LA286, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 61 Rue de Buffon, 75005 Paris, France  Coesite is reported for the first time from the Caledonide orogen. It occurs as inclusions in clinopyroxene in the dolomite-eclogite at Grytting, Norway, and provides valuable new evidence to support the hypothesis of extremely high pressure (≥30 kbar) in…

Coesite in clinopyroxene in the Caledonides and its implications for geodynamics DAVID C. SMITH Laboratoire de Minéralogie, CNRS Laboratoire-Associé No. LA286, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, 61 Rue de Buffon, 75005 Paris, France Coesite is reported for the first time from the Caledonide orogen. It occurs as inclusions in clinopyroxene in the dolomite-eclogite at Grytting, Norway, and provides valuable new evidence to support the hypothesis of extremely high pressure (≥30 kbar) in…

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