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Core-Log-Seismic Data Integration

Published:
1 February 1997
Many scientific objectives nowadays are met with a interdisciplinary strategy, integrating measurements made on core samples with those made downhole and placing both in the context of regional geophysical and seismic studies. Vast improvements in downhole instrumentation technology and geophysical survey resolution, as well as laboratory measurements made on core samples, allow for the one-to-one correlation of similar measurements that together may be interpreted more effectively.

Rock Magnetism

Published:
1 October 1996

Bolivian Earthquake

Published:
15 August 1995
This section focuses on the 9 June 1994 Bolivian Deep Earthquake.

The 1998 Eruption at Axial Volcano, Juan de Fuca Ridge

Published:
1 December 1999
For the first time, a volcanic eruption occurred at a site where monitoring instruments had been installed. In January 1998, an intense swarm of earthquakes began within the summit caldera of Axial Volcano, Juan de Fuca Ridge.

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