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Examination and evaluation of real-time oceanographic data on the internet

PRELIMINARY

I: TECTONICS
and OCEAN BASINS
Earthquakes and Plate Tectonics
Spreading Rates
CA Earthquakes
Volcanoes
Topography of the Ocean Floor
History of Ocean Basins

II: OCEANS/ ATMOSPHERIC GASES

III: OCEAN/
ATMOSPHERE DYNAMICS

IV: INTEGRATED TOPICS

 
TOPOGRAPHY OF THE OCEAN FLOOR

Maps of the Topography of the Ocean Floor:

  • The areas covered by the detailed respective maps are summarized in the table below.
  • The placement of these regional maps into a global image is presented here .


Latitude Longitude Continents Oceans

45°N - 72°N 0° - 90°E N. Europe, Scandinavia,  E. Russia
45°N - 72°N 90°E - 180° W. Russia
45°N - 72°N 180° - 90°W Alaska, western Canada N.E. Pacific Ocean
45°N - 72°N 90°W - 0° E. Canada, Greenland, Britain N. Atlantic Ocean
0° - 45°N 0°W - 90°E N. Africa, S. Europe, Saudi Arabia, India N. Indian Ocean, Mediterranean
0° - 45°N 90°E - 180° China, Japan, S.E. Asia N.W. Pacific Ocean
0° - 45°N 180° - 90°W Hawaii, western U.S., Mexico N. Pacific Ocean
0° - 45°N 90°W - 0° eastern U.S., Caribbean, W. Africa N. Atlantic Ocean
0° - 45°S 0°W - 90°E southern Africa, Madagascar Indian Ocean
0° - 45°S 90°E - 180° Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand S.W. Pacific Ocean, Southern Ocean
0° - 45°S 180° - 90°W S. America S. Pacific Ocean
0° - 45°S 90°W - 0°
S.E. Pacific Ocean, S. Atlantic Ocean
45°S - 72°S 0°W - 90°E E. Antarctica Southern Ocean, S. Indian Ocean
45°S - 72°S 90°E - 180° E. Antarctica Southern Ocean
45°S - 72°S 180° - 90°W
S. Pacific Ocean
45°S - 72°S 90°W - 0° W. Antarctica S. Atlantic Ocean

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