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Description Table of Contents Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Acknowledgments p. All Rights Reserved. In Stock. Vine and Eldridge deduced that the mountains were the result of ocean floor being thrust upward, and studied the physical and internal properties of the area. With R.
Livermore and A. Smith, Vine has made contributions on the history of Earth's magnetic field, and with Russell Ross has done studies on rocks from the lower continental crust to determine electrical conductivity. Vine admits that he became interested in geology, quite by accident, while studying for the geography portion of his upcoming "O" Ordinary level exams at the age of The textbook he was reading noted that geologists had no way to confirm that South America and Africa had once been connected, despite their similar coastlines.
He carried this desire to learn more about continental drift with him to Cambridge, a place where the Department of Geodesy and Geophysics "was a very friendly and happy place Another noteworthy mention to Vine and Matthews' hypothesis was that at the very same time Vine was penning their paper, a geologist by the name of Lawrence Morley from the Canadian Geological Survey was writing a similar paper, and in fact, submitted it to Nature before Vine and Matthews submitted theirs.
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Nature rejected Morley's paper on the grounds that it was "too radical and speculative" p. He then submitted it to the Journal of Geophysical Research , but it was again rejected, with a note to add insult to injury: "[The] idea is an interesting one -- I suppose -- but it seems most appropriate over martinis, say than in the Journal of Geoophysical Research. Vine became aware of Morley's paper in the late s, and now the theory is referred to as the Morley-Vine-Matthews Hypothesis.
Fred Vine explaining Paleomagnetic reversals. In YouTube. Retrieved Feb. Lerner, K. Lee and Brenda W.
Vine, Fred J. In World of Earth Science. McKenzie, Dan Seafloor Magnetism and Drifting Continents. Morley, Lawrence W.