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eBook Ninety East Ridge ePub

by Stephen Reilly

  • ISBN: 073291146X
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  • Author: Stephen Reilly
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan; Reprint edition (2002)
  • Pages: 392
  • ePub book: 1187 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1882 kb
  • Other: lrf mobi lit mbr
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ISBN 10: 073291146X ISBN 13: 9780732911461.

The Ninety East Ridge (also rendered as Ninetyeast Ridge, 90E Ridge or 90°E Ridge) is a mid-ocean ridge on the Indian Ocean floor named for its near-parallel strike along the 90th meridian at the center of the Eastern Hemisphere.

The Ninety East Ridge (also rendered as Ninetyeast Ridge, 90E Ridge or 90°E Ridge) is a mid-ocean ridge on the Indian Ocean floor named for its near-parallel strike along the 90th meridian at the center of the Eastern Hemisphere

In the middle of the Indian Ocean, the biggest, most ambitious engineering project in history is under way.

In the middle of the Indian Ocean, the biggest, most ambitious engineering project in history is under way. In this hole in the ocean, Anna Spires and her elite team of social architects aim to build a new world, a better world.

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Three sites were drilled on Ninetyeast Ridge. The Ninety East ridge may have originated as a result of emplacement of gabbro and serpentinized peridotire beneath normal oceanic crustal layers. The lower density of the gabbro and serpentinized peridotire with respect to normal mantle at equivalent depths provides for both the uplift of the ridge and its compensation at depth.

In the middle of the Indian Ocean, the biggest, most ambitious engineering project in history is under way. In this hole in the ocean, Anna Spires and her elite team of social architects aim to build a new world, a better world. But while some share Anna's vision of Utopia, there are others who believe she must be stopped.