Scientist Seiya Uyeda, right, of the Earthquake Research Institute, Tokyo, and Co-Chief Scientist on Leg 60 of Deep Sea Drilling Project with colleague and oceanographer Timothy J.G. Francis, of the Institute of Oceanographic Sciences, Blacknest, Brimpton, Reading, England. They are conducting thermal conductivity measurements of a core recovered north of Guam near the Mariana Trench. The equipment they are using measures the dissipation of heat in the core material. 1978

Chicago citation style
Scientist Seiya Uyeda, right, of the Earthquake Research Institute, Tokyo, and Co-Chief Scientist on Leg 60 of Deep Sea Drilling Project with colleague and oceanographer Timothy J.G. Francis, of the Institute of Oceanographic Sciences, Blacknest, Brimpton, Reading, England. They are conducting thermal conductivity measurements of a core recovered north of Guam near the Mariana Trench. The equipment they are using measures the dissipation of heat in the core material. 1978. 1978. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/object/bb79875955. (Accessed December 16, 2018.)
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(1978) Scientist Seiya Uyeda, right, of the Earthquake Research Institute, Tokyo, and Co-Chief Scientist on Leg 60 of Deep Sea Drilling Project with colleague and oceanographer Timothy J.G. Francis, of the Institute of Oceanographic Sciences, Blacknest, Brimpton, Reading, England. They are conducting thermal conductivity measurements of a core recovered north of Guam near the Mariana Trench. The equipment they are using measures the dissipation of heat in the core material. 1978. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/object/bb79875955
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Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/object/bb79875955>.
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