Morpho-tectonic analysis of the Azores Volcanic Plateau from a new bathymetric compilation of the area

@article{Loureno1998MorphotectonicAO,
  title={Morpho-tectonic analysis of the Azores Volcanic Plateau from a new bathymetric compilation of the area},
  author={Nuno Lourenço and Jorge Miguel Miranda and J. F. Luis and Ant{\'o}nio Ribeiro and Lu{\'i}s A. Mendes Victor and Jos{\'e} Madeira and H. David Needham},
  journal={Marine Geophysical Researches},
  year={1998},
  volume={20},
  pages={141-156}
}
The existing studies of the Azores triple junction, although based on specific geological or geophysical data, largely rely upon morphological considerations. However, there is no systematic bathymetric coverage of this area, and the quality of the available bathymetric charts does not allow consistent morpho-structural analysis.In this work we present a new bathymetric grid elaborated with all the available data sources in an area comprised between 24° W to 32° W and 36° N to 41° N. The basic… 
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