Jingū Seamount Article

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Jingū Seamount, also called Jingū Guyot, is a guyot of the Hawaiian-Emperor seamount chain in the Pacific Ocean. It erupted 55 million years ago. The seamount is elongated in structure, running North-South, and has an oval shaped crater in the center, which is evidence of collapse when above sea level. [1] [2]

The seamount was named in 1954 by Robert S. Dietz, [2] after Japanese Empress Jingū. [2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Jingu Seamount - John Search
  2. ^ a b c Calgue, David A.; Dalrymple, G. Brent; Greene, H. Gary; Wald, Donna; Kono, Masaru; Kroenke, Loren W. (1980). "40. Bathymetry of the Emperor Seamounts" (PDF). Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. 55. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office. pp. 846–847. LCCN  74-603338. Retrieved April 25, 2012.


JINGū SEAMOUNT Latitude and Longitude:

38°45′N 171°15′E / 38.750°N 171.250°E / 38.750; 171.250