Tectonics of the Dalrymple Trough and uplift of the Murray Ridge (NW Indian Ocean)

@inproceedings{Rodriguez2014TectonicsOT,
  title={Tectonics of the Dalrymple Trough and uplift of the Murray Ridge (NW Indian Ocean)},
  author={Mathieu Rodriguez and Nicolas Chamot-Rooke and Fernando Barriga and Marc Fournier and Siegfried J. C. Lallemant and Matthias Delescluse and S{\'e}bastien Zaragosi and Nicolas Mouchot},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract The Dalrymple Trough is a 150-km-long, 30-km-wide basin located at the northern termination of the Owen Fracture Zone (OFZ), which is the present-day active India–Arabia plate boundary. The Dalrymple Trough is closely associated with the Murray Ridge, a complex of prominent bathymetric highs located on its eastern flank. Recent multibeam mapping of the connection between the Dalrymple Trough and the OFZ revealed a horsetail structure, which suggests a close relationship between… CONTINUE READING
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