Asymmetric Seafloor Spreading south of Australia

@article{Weissel1971AsymmetricSS,
  title={Asymmetric Seafloor Spreading south of Australia},
  author={J. Weissel and D. Hayes},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1971},
  volume={231},
  pages={518-522}
}
SINCE mid-1968, the National Science Foundation research vessel Eltanin has operated south of Australia on a systematic geological, geophysical, and oceanographic reconnaissance. North–south tracks at a spacing of 5° longitude or closer transect the area of interest from 140° E to 105° E. The Eltanin data are supplemented by geophysical data from Lamont–Doherty ships, from Australian, French and Japanese sources, and from aeromagnetic tracks. 

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