density contrast taken relative to 2,670 kg/[m.
The Conrad and Moho
discontinuity reliefs were taken from seismic interpretations (Ankudinov et al.
Considerations addressed were the scale and time scale of orogenesis, strike variations, across-orogen variations, nature and age of the Moho
and crustal thickness, and presence of subduction scars and mantle reflections.
Al hablar de castigo o de deseos reprimidos se evidencia el sentido de nuestro epigrafe en cuanto al papel del Ello en las manifestaciones deformantes cuyo escenario es el cuerpo humano y que, en nuestro caso, buscaremos desentranar respecto a la protagonista de Moho
The desire to pierce the Mohorovicic boundary, or Moho
, goes back to the late 1950s, when leading oceanographers conceived "Mohole," a megascience project aimed at drilling straight through the 6-kilometer-thick ocean crust.
This boundary between the crust and underlying mantle is known as the Mohorovicic discontinuity, or Moho
A surprising result of the current study was the use of CMOP and MOHO
conceptual frameworks which Griffin (1993) indicates are not compatible with the acute physical setting.
depth and the apparent land uplift maps are not reproduced in this paper.
He points to imminent production from the Elf-Congo Moho
and Bilondo fields.
One of the first results was the discovery that the ocean crust appeared to present a consistent, layered seismic structure composed of sediments (layer 1 at the seafloor) followed by two layers with rapidly increasing sound velocity, and then a reflector, dubbed the Moho
after the its discoverer, a Czechoslovakian seismologist named Andrija Mohorovicic.
bounce and wave refraction caused extra-strong waves to focus on a region between the two cities measuring 10 km wide by 15 km long, according to Lomax and Bolt.
The discoveries follow two previous successful exploration wells, Moho
Nord Marine-1 and 2, drilled in the permit area in 2007 and the positive appraisal wells Moho
Nord Marine-3 in 2008 and Moho
Nord Marine-4 in 2009.