Marine Geophysical Research
Marine Geophysical Research (MGR) has a long-established reputation for high quality geophysical research and data on deep ocean basins. Reflecting international efforts to better understand the global mid-ocean ridge system, its focus has broadened to include studies of continental margin geophysics, structure, stratigraphy and sediment deposition processes. The editors of MGR anticipate a rising rate of advances in this sphere in coming years, reflecting the diversity and complexity of processes in the margins.
The range of coverage of Marine Geophysical Research extends to:
- new techniques for imaging the deep sea floor
- the development of new tools for measuring the physical properties of sediments and rocks in continental and oceanic plate margins, as well as ridge settings.
Marine Geophysical Research reaches a large and growing community of readers worldwide.
Marine Geophysical Research does not charge for colour illustrations.
- 35 Volumes
- 137 Issues
- 945 Articles
- 17 Open Access
- 1970 - 2014 Available between
Review of “Gravity and Magnetic Exploration: Principles, Practices and Applications” by W. J. Hinze, R. R. B. Von Frese and A. H. Saad
A. B. Watts (December 2014)
Claus Prodehl and Walter D. Mooney: Exploring the earth’s crust: history and results of controlled-source seismology
Ralph A. Stephen (December 2014)
Original Research Paper
Luca Baradello (December 2014)
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- Marine Geophysical Research
- Volume 1 / 1970 - Volume 35 / 2014
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