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Geophysical Secrets Beneath Antarctic Waters

Stock, Joann M. (1997) Geophysical Secrets Beneath Antarctic Waters. Engineering and Science, 60 (3). pp. 18-27. ISSN 0013-7812.

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Cruising around Antarctica is a perk that a group of us from Caltech have enjoyed over the past few years. You might be curious about how we book one of these cruises. First of all, we write a proposal and send it to the National Science Foundation, which has an Office of Polar Programs and an Office of Marine Geology and Geophysics. If the proposal is approved, we're scheduled for time on board one of the NSF ships. We had proposed several projects to answer some nagging place-tectonic questions about the history and evolution of the Antarctica place, which may hold the key to understanding movement of some of the other plates and ocher global geophysical problems, such as relative motions among the hot Spots.

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