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Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth, ISSN 0148-0227, 05/2004, Volume 109, Issue B5, pp. B05404 - n/a
The island of New Guinea is located within the deforming zone between the Pacific and Australian plates that converge obliquely at ∼110 mm/yr. New Guinea has... 
Space geodetic surveys | Plate boundary—general | Geodesy and Gravity | Continental tectonics—general | Crustal movements—interplate | Tectonophysics | collision | Papua New Guinea | microplate | GPS | tectonics | Microplate | Tectonics | Collision
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Australian Surveyor, ISSN 0005-0326, 09/1994, Volume 39, Issue 3, pp. 194 - 214
Satellite Doppler and GPS measurements have been used to determine plate tectonic motion in Papua New Guinea (PNG). A network, which straddles most of the... 
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