A major step in the continental Moho and its geodynamic consequences: The Taranaki-Ruapehu line, New Zealand
Receiver function analysis reveals a 7 km step-like change in crustal thickness across the Taranaki-Ruapehu Line (TR-line) of North Island, New Zealand. The TR-line runs east-west between the active andesite volcanoes of Mt Taranaki and Ruapehu and marks
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