A Research Spotlight highlighting their paper, “Pacific Plate Apparent Polar Wander, Hot Spot Fixity, and True Polar Wander During the Formation of the Hawaiian Island and Seamount Chain From an Analysis of the Skewness of Magnetic Anomaly 20r (44 Ma)” has been published on Eos.org.
https://earthscience.rice.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/1030_WANDER-dwrg014-lg-11ycn02.jpg 1100 1650 Meagan McKellar https://earthscience.rice.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Rice_Natural_Sciences_Earth-Environmental-and-Planetary-Sciences_Earth-Environmental-and-Planetary-Sciences_Informal_Digital_Horizontal_Color.jpg Meagan McKellar2019-03-15 11:34:132019-04-04 18:11:51Dr. Richard Gordon, Lin Zheng, Daniel Woodworth under EoS Research Spotlight
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