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aseismic ridge


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Long, linear, inactive, volcanic, topographic feature found in many deep-ocean basins. An example is the Walvis Ridge in the south-eastern Atlantic, which extends for 3 000 km and in places reaches a height of 2 km above the deep-ocean floor.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.


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