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High-resolution Seismic from LakeTana Ethiopia C. Richard Bates (University of St Andrews) and D. Huws (University of Wales) SUMMARY____________________________________________________________ Two high-resolution seismic surveys have recently been conducted at Lake Tana as part of a regional palaeo-climate study. Lake Tana the source of the Blue Nile is located in the Ethiopian Highlands and as the largest northern latitude sub-tropical lake in Africa it contains an important record of regional climate events. The lake is approximately 70km by 50km but has an average depth of only 8m. Seismic data acquired using both a Geoacoustics Chirp system and a Seistec Boomer showed an

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2007-06-10
2020-03-30
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