REFERENCES:
   AUTHOR    = Rihm et al.
   YEAR      = 91
   FIGNUMBER = 2
   SOURCE    = Tectonophysics, 198, 279-295
   TITLE     = Seismic surveys in the Northern Red Sea: asymetric 
               crustal structure.

This is an interpretation of a deep seismic profile measured in 
the 1978 experiment along the Red Sea coast, between Port 
Safaga and Ras Benas.  Twenty-three MARS-66 seismic stations 
were used in recording the energy, which was generated by five 
distributed charges of 0.8 and 1.6 explosives at sea.  Station 
spacing was about 5 km.  The total length of the profiles along 
the coast was approximately 260 km.

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