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High Resolution Images Herald New Era in Earth Sciences


April 6, 2007

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High-resolution images that reveal unexpected details of Earth's internal structure have been developed by geologists. The researchers adapted technology used in oil and gas exploration to image the core-mantle boundary some 1,800 miles beneath Central and North America. Full Story

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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