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The Seamounts of the Gorringe Bank

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December 1, 2005

A seamount is regarded as a geological elevation that reaches a minimum of 1,000 metres in height and can consist of very different physical, geological and chemical properties. The seamounts of the Gorringe Bank were discovered in 1875 by the American exploration vessel USS Gettysburg.

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