Contact: Marcie Grabowski
University of Hawaii ‑ SOEST
Caption: This is a 3-D perspective view of the topography of the Hawaiian Islands (gray shaded) and seafloor relief viewed from just south of the Hawaii's Big Island. The colors show residual gravity anomaly, measured on land and along ship tracks: red-cyan representing an excess pull of gravity, blue representing a small deficit in the pull of gravity.
Credit: Ashton Flinders, UHM SOEST.
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