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(a) Schematic stratigraphic log of Hole M0077A. The location of M0077A is indicated on subfigures, (b) a Bouguer gravity anomaly map of the crater, and (c) a radial seismic profile of the peak ring through the site location. Modified from Gulick et al. (2013) and Morgan et al. (2016).
Deformation in the basal zone of Trapridge Glacier, where the surge front coincides with the glacier snout.