Northeast Indian Ocean 00NS 90E
Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences,
of Wisconsin - Green Bay
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Scale: 1 pixel = 5 km. 5-degree grid; Mercator Projection, Center 00NS 60E
Land Geology and Ocean Floor Ages
Land Geology, Ocean Floor Ages, Seamounts and Volcanoes
Land Geology, Ocean Floor Ages, and Bathymetry
Topography and Bathymetry
Topography, Bathymetry, Plate Boundaries and Faults
Topography, Bathymetry, Seamounts and Volcanoes
Topography, Bathymetry, Seamounts, Volcanoes, Plate Boundaries, Faults
Bouguer Gravity Anomalies
Free-Air Gravity Anomalies
Isostatic Gravity Anomalies
Depth to Moho
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Ocean Floor Ages
Notes and References Discussion
The Indian-Australian Plate is the only plate with two large independent continennts on it.
India and Austrlia were once separate plates but joined. The collision with India and Eurasia is
inposing great stresses on the plate, and intraplate seismicity suggests the pleay may be beginning to break
along the dotted red line.
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Created 11 April 2014, Last Update
09 January 2015
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