By H (ed) Orlin

ISBN-10: 0875900097

ISBN-13: 9780875900094

ISBN-10: 1118664019

ISBN-13: 9781118664018

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Harrison, 1961. S. ,t, S09 stations; R. V. Horizon, 16S stations). Area lies between 32 ø and 34øN and 117 ø and 120øW; 977 gravity values at 2-mile intervals but three areits have been surveyed in detail relatively evenly spaced east of 119øW; few (52,()00miles wilh 21,000 stationsin the Gulf of measurementsSW of 119øW, 33øN. Port ConCalifornia,$,500 mileswith 3,400 stationsin the neetions: Long Beach (California). Californi•t borderland, and 15,000 miles with Free-air and Bouguer anomalies. 6,000 slalions in 'tl•e lndonesian archil)elago).

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