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Three-dimensional seismic velocity tomography of Montserrat from the SEA-CALIPSO offshore/onshore experiment

By E. Shalev, C.L. Kenedi, P. Malin, V. Voight, V. Miller, D. Hidayat, R.S.J. Sparks, T. Minshull, M. Paulatto, L. Brown and G. Mattioli
Year: 2010
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