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  1. The tectonic jigsaw puzzle of the Red Sea
  2. Why is the Arabian tectonic plate so stable and not rifting apart?
  3. Global grids of geophysical data need to be provided with better documentation
  4. What is the risks of large earthquakes and tsunami in the northern Red Sea?
  5. What happens to nearshore sand when cyclones migrate along coasts?
  6. How risky is my holiday this year on an Atlantic island with recently active volcanoes?
  7. How waves decline as they reach the shore crossing rocky seabed
  8. Mixing effect reveals how rapidly shell-generating organisms are growing in sand
  9. Stream orientations on Mars reveals how the planet has been distorted after water flowed
  10. Irregular relief of the surface of the salt deposits of the Red Sea
  11. Waves in the seabed around volcanic islands linked to winds
  12. New ocean basin forming in the Red Sea with separating salt; evidence is in magnetic anomalies
  13. How well do we know when sand will move or deposit?
  14. Swarms of earthquakes in the rift valley of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  15. Underwater landslides pose risks to coastal communities
  16. Cores around the Azores islands reveal more volcanic sediments from eruptions than from erosion
  17. How a sand bank changes shape over 19 years and develops internal structures
  18. Discordance Mapping of Argyre Basin: An Insight into the Fluvial and Subglacial Origin of Valley Networks in the Argyre Basin Region
  19. Sea mountains formed by submarine volcanism, landsliding and fault movements
  20. Earthquakes more precisely located on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  21. Eroding rocky coasts – what controls their retreat rates? Lava deltas from the Azores
  22. The central Red Sea became filled with evaporites during the Miocene but remained under-filled
  23. How the marine sciences have evolved since 1946 from changes in the rate of publishing of articles
  24. Movements of thick evaporites on the flanks of a mid-ocean ridge: the central Red Sea Miocene evaporites
  25. Erosion of a coastal volcanic cone by waves in the Azores islands
  26. Different origins of seafloor undulations in a submarine canyon system, northern South China Sea, based on their seismic character and relative location
  27. Ridges of salt found offshore Egypt and, in the central Red Sea, evidence of small landslides
  28. Could a submarine channel have been created when the Red Sea re-flooded after desiccation?
  29. A mid-ocean ridge underlies the evaporites in the Red Sea
  30. The role of subsidence in shelf widening around ocean island volcanoes: Insights from observed morphology and modeling
  31. Subdued Red Sea seismicity due to thermal blanket effect of sediments and fluid overpressure?
  32. Subtle lines on the ocean surface reveal processes occurring in Earth's mantle
  33. Salt deposits beneath the North Sea have bumps that are spaced by varied amounts
  34. Salt deposits on the bed sea are compressed and broken by faults
  35. Salt deposits beneath the Red Sea are cut by erosion and distorted by stretching
  36. Submarine eruptions amongst the Azores islands have left many cones, lava flows and volcanic ridges
  37. Seabed ridges of salt and salt flows revealed in sonar data collected along the Red Sea in the 1970s
  38. Geomorphology where Earth's tectonic plates are separating in the oceans - mid-ocean ridges
  39. Landslide in the Azores predicted to have produced a giant wave (tsunami)
  40. Acoustic attenuation from reflectivity in Chirp seismic data from the Red Sea
  41. Plate Boundaries and Natural Hazards
  42. How streams on Sicily and Calabria affect the adjacent seabed
  43. Sonar survey reveals meandering channel in the submarine slope of the Pacific coast of Mexico
  44. Shelves of the Azores islands are a product of coastal erosion
  45. Aragonite-rich sediments deposited during sea level low stands are detected with Chirp sonar
  46. Topography of the Red Sea Miocene evaporites
  47. Geological history of volcanic islands requires information from offshore as well as onshore
  48. Internal tidal beams and sediment hiatuses on guyots
  49. How erosion and emplacement of lava flows have modified the shelves of some Azores islands
  50. Assessing how salt glacier-like flows in the Red Sea move
  51. Red Sea gravity - comparing satellite-derived with shipboard and structural patterns
  52. Encyclopedia-like entry for submarine geomorphology
  53. How bedrock is eroded in submarine canyons
  54. Lineaments in the satellite-derived gravity field of the central Red Sea are oceanic-like
  55. Survey between Sicily and Calabria reveals submarine channels and landslides
  56. Data report: particle size distribution for IODP Expedition 329 sites in the South Pacific Gyre
  57. Dunes crossing a nearshore sand bank found to connect with oppositely-moving flank dunes
  58. Large-scale submarine landslides, channel and gully systems on the southern Weddell Sea margin, Antarctica
  59. Coastal evolution on volcanic oceanic islands: A complex interplay between volcanism, erosion, sedimentation, sea-level change and biogenic production
  60. Giant volcanic ridge next to Faial Island hosts beach sediments on its summit
  61. GPS show volcanic slump is moving, but our submarine shelf data show no evidence
  62. Sediment thickness anomalies suggest ~1 degree movement of Pacific hotspots in the Miocene
  63. Linear sediment drifts suggest a widespread current crossing the equatorial Pacific
  64. Introducing Geomorphology: A Guide to Landforms and Processes
  65. Comment on “Reconstructing the architectural evolution of volcanic islands from combined K/Ar, morphologic, tectonic, and magnetic data: The Faial Island example (Azores)” by Hildenbrand et al. (2012) [J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 241–242 (2012) 39–48]
  66. Reply to the comment by Quartau and Mitchell on “Reconstructing the architectural evolution of volcanic islands from combined K/Ar, morphologic, tectonic, and magnetic data: The Faial Island example (Azores)”, J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 241–242, 39–48...
  67. Geomorphic signature of Antarctic submarine gullies: Implications for continental slope processes
  68. Characterising the hypsometries of slope canyons and gullies
  69. Assessing whether extreme tidal and wave currents can erode bedrock
  70. Southern Weddell Sea shelf edge geomorphology: Implications for gully formation by the overflow of high-salinity water
  71. Review of marine geology and geophysics, with an emphasis of UK contributions
  72. Large-scale sediment redistribution on the equatorial Pacific seafloor
  73. How streams are eroding northeast Sicily
  74. Submarine volcanic cones are like cinder cones but can spread out
  75. Depths of sand bodies in wave-exposed continental shelves related to wave properties
  76. Simulating the shapes of infralittoral sandy wedges formed under waves
  77. News and views comment on developments in monitoring submarine eruptions
  78. Morphology of the Faial Island shelf (Azores): The interplay between volcanic, erosional, depositional, tectonic and mass-wasting processes
  79. Reversed sediment wave migration in the Irish Sea, NW Europe: A reappraisal of the validity of geometry-based predictive modelling and assumptions
  80. Mapping Condor Seamount Seafloor Environment and Associated Biological Assemblages (Azores, NE Atlantic)
  81. Initial burst of oceanic crust accretion in the Red Sea due to edge-driven mantle convection
  82. Abrasional rock platforms adjacent to slumps for assessing Holocene movement
  83. Census of landslides in Sicily and SW Calabria
  84. Lava penetrating water: the different behaviours of pāhoehoe and ‘a‘ā at the Nesjahraun, Þingvellir, Iceland
  85. Lava flow on south bank of Thingvellir, Iceland
  86. Seismic interpretation of pelagic sedimentation regimes in the 18-53 Ma eastern equatorial Pacific: Basin-scale sedimentation and infilling of abyssal valleys
  87. Persistent lack of brine consistent with faults not breaching the mud sealing the evaporites
  88. Development of volcanic insular shelves: Insights from observations and modelling of Faial Island in the Azores Archipelago
  89. Despeckling SRTM and other topographic data with a denoising algorithm
  90. Glacier-like flows of Miocene evaporites imaged with sonar in the central Red Sea
  91. Variations in sediment wave dimensions across the tidally dominated Irish Sea, NW Europe
  92. Post-glacial sediment dynamics in the Irish Sea and sediment wave morphology: Data–model comparisons
  93. Seafloor evidence for palaeo-ice streaming and calving of the grounded Irish Sea Ice Stream: Implications for the interpretation of its final deglaciation phase
  94. 10Be chronology of the last deglaciation of County Donegal, northwestern Ireland
  95. Comparing the shapes of channels in volcanic landscapes eroded above and below sea level
  96. Using data from immobile benchmarks to work out significance of differences between multibeam swaths
  97. Tree-like shapes of sea-penetrating lava flows
  98. Rounded shape of the shelf edge/uppermost slope caused by wave and other currents?
  99. Geomorphological characteristics of continental slope canyons
  100. Hydrothermal pits in the biogenic sediments of the equatorial Pacific Ocean
  101. Ridges between slope canyons have simple rounded shapes typical of slow downslope movement
  102. Multibeam sonar survey of a nearshore banner bank, Helwick Sands, Bristol Channel
  103. Shapes and surface textures of submarine volcanic cones from deep-towed sidescan sonar
  104. Anomalously steep submarine channel segments reveal varied styles of erosion
  105. Morphologies of knickpoints in submarine canyons
  106. Development of a channel in a delta front captured in time-lapse bathymetry
  107. Do geochemical estimates of sediment focusing pass the sediment test in the equatorial Pacific?
  108. Variability of sedimentation rates along two profiles crossing the Pacific equatorial sediments
  109. The longitudinal shapes of slope canyons
  110. Faults in a lake within Iceland's western rift
  111. Geomorphological characteristics of continental slope canyons
  112. Slope canyons converging with equal elevations suggest channels obey Playfair's Rule
  113. Erosion from differences in local relief between old and young submarine parts of volcanic islands
  114. Faults imaged with Chirp sonar within a lake in the West Rift Zone of Iceland
  115. Using seismic data to investigate how carbonate accumulation rates vary with depth
  116. Height threshold for large-scale landsliding in volcanoes near mid-ocean ridges
  117. Giant Landslides off the Island of La Palma
  118. Magma bodies at mid-ocean ridges incorporate hydrothermally altered roof rocks containing Cl
  119. Comparing volcanic and landslide features in the submarine slopes of the Canary and Hawaiian islands
  120. A rifted inside corner massif on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 5°S
  121. Passage of debris flows and turbidity currents through a topographic constriction: seafloor erosion and deflection of flow pathways
  122. Canary Island landslides
  123. The layered structure of the Earth's crust in the oceans tested with submersible observations
  124. Giant landslides of El Hierro island investigated with marine geophysical data
  125. How submarine volcanoes grow from simple cones to star-shapes with increasing height
  126. Structure of ridges emanating from a volcanic ocean island
  127. Slopes of different lithologies measured from dive transects reveals low gradients of serpentines
  128. Area of obliquely oriented normal faults found on the African plate adjacent to Bouvet transform
  129. Quantifying tectonic strain and magmatic accretion at a slow spreading ridge segment, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 29°N
  130. Correction to “Spiess Ridge: An axial high on the slow spreading Southwest Indian Ridge” by Neil C. Mitchell and Roy A. Livermore
  131. Simulating the pattern of long-term sediment deposition around the Pacific equator
  132. Imaging of a giant rifting volcano near Bouvet Island
  133. Sediment deposits resolved in deep-tow sediment profiler records from a mid-ocean ridge
  134. The non-circular shapes of volcanic islands
  135. Triple junction between South America, Africa and Antarctica
  136. Deep-towed geophysical survey of faults and magnetic structure of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  137. Time-averaged sedimentation rate from sediment thickening from Galapagos spreading centre
  138. Fault scarp statistics at the Galapagos spreading centre from Deep Tow data
  139. Calculating terrain curvature and gradient within swaths for improved attribute mapping
  140. Rounded shapes of pelagic sediments on fault escarpments follow a diffusion-type model
  141. Representing pelagic sediment accumulation on rugged topography with a diffusion equation
  142. Uniform pelagic sediment thicknesses reveal extents of lava flows at the Galapagos spreading centre
  143. Finding backscatter variability where sonar or radar image data are affected by speckle or fading
  144. Mapping out sediment ponds and ridge/trough bedrock topography from multibeam echo-sounder data
  145. Thicknesses of mud drapes over rough surfaces from acoustic attenuation in sonar backscatter
  146. Comment on the mapping of iron-manganese nodule fields using reconnaissance sonars such as GLORIA
  147. Series of en echelon normal faults mark the trace of the Rodriquez triple junction on Antarctica
  148. Pattern of spreading segments about the Rodriguez Triple Junction varying since ~5 m.y.
  149. Rifting of young oceanic lithosphere imaged at the Rodriguez triple junction
  150. Image-processing of sidescan sonar images using seabed topography data from a multibeam sonar
  151. Image processing of sidescan sonar data developed in the 1980s
  152. Image processing applied to long-range sidescan sonar data in the 1980s
  153. Quantitative backscatter measurements with a long-range side-scan sonar