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English: World map in English showing the divergent plate boundaries (OSR – Oceanic Spreading Ridges) and recent sub aerial volcanoes.
Français : Carte en anglais des dorsales océaniques et volcans terrestres récents.
Date October 2006
  • Background map: File:Tectonic plates (empty).svg (modified) created by Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason under PD and based on an USGS map
  • Data: UCLA map
Author Eric Gaba ( Sting - fr:Sting)
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