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Audleycharles, MG, Curray JR, Evans G.  1979.  Significance and Origin of Big Rivers - Discussion. Journal of Geology. 87:122-123.Website
Curray, JR.  1989.  The Sunda Arc - a Model for Oblique Plate Convergence. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research. 24:131-140.   10.1016/0077-7579(89)90144-0   Website
Curray, JR, Shor GG, Raitt RW, Henry M.  1977.  Seismic Refraction and Reflection Studies of Crustual Structure of Eastern Sunda and Western Banda Arcs. Journal of Geophysical Research. 82:2479-2489.   10.1029/JB082i017p02479   Website
Curray, JR, Shor GG, Raitt RW, Henry M.  1977.  Seismic Refraction and Reflection Studies of Crustal Structure of Eastern Sunda and Western Banda Arcs. Transactions-American Geophysical Union. 58:561-561.Website
Curray, JR, Emmel FJ, Moore DG, Raitt RW.  1982.  Structure, Tectonics, and Geological History of the Northeastern Indian-Ocean. Ocean Basins and Margins. 6:399-&.Website
Curray, JR, Nason RD.  1967.  San Andreas Fault North of Point Arena California. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 78:413-&.   10.1130/0016-7606(1967)78[413:safnop];2   Website
Curray, JR.  1994.  Sediment Volume and Mass beneath the Bay of Bengal. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 125:371-383.   10.1016/0012-821x(94)90227-5   AbstractWebsite

Rates of sediment accumulation and the amount of sedimentary fill in depocenters lying downstream of erosion in the Himalayas and Tibet can provide some insight into tectonics and geological history. The objective of this paper is to put on record the best estimates which are possible with existing data of the volume and mass of sediments, sedimentary rock and metasedimentary rock beneath the sea floor of the Bay of Bengal. The sedimentary section in the Bay of Bengal is divided into two parts: (1) Eocene through Holocene, sediments and sedimentary rocks which post-date the initial India-Asia collision: volume - 12.5 X 10(6) km3; mass = 2.88 X 10(16) t; this is most of the Bengal Fan, including its eastern lobe, the Nicobar Fan, plus some of the outer Bengal Delta; (2) Early Cretaceous through Paleocene, pre-collision sedimentary and metasedimentary rocks: volume = 4.36 X 10(6) km 3; mass = 1.13 to 1.18 X 10(16) t; these are interpreted as continental rise and pelagic deposits.

Emery, KO, Dietz RS, Kuhn GG, Curray JR.  1986.  Shepard,Francis,Parker (1897-1985). Aapg Bulletin-American Association of Petroleum Geologists. 70:331-333.Website
Hamilton, EL, Bachman RT, Curray JR, Moore DG.  1977.  Sediment Velocities from Sonobuoys - Bengal Fan, Sunda Trench, Andaman Basin, and Nicobar-Fan. Journal of Geophysical Research. 82:3003-3012.   10.1029/JB082i020p03003   Website
Hamilton, EL, Moore DG, Buffingt.Ec, Sherrer PL, Curray JR.  1974.  Sediment Velocities from Sonobuoys - Bay-of-Bengal, Bering-Sea, Japan-Sea, and North-Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research. 79:2653-2668.   10.1029/JB079i017p02653   Website
Karig, DE, Lawrence MB, Moore GF, Curray JR.  1980.  Structural Framework of the Fore-Arc Basin, Nw Sumatra. Journal of the Geological Society. 137:77-91.   10.1144/gsjgs.137.1.0077   Website
Kieckhefer, RM, Shor GG, Curray JR, Sugiarta W, Hehuwat F.  1978.  Seismic Refraction Studies of Sunda Trench and Forearc Basin. Transactions-American Geophysical Union. 59:1184-1184.Website
Kieckhefer, RM, Shor GG, Curray JR, Sugiarta W, Hehuwat F.  1980.  Seismic Refraction Studies of the Sunda Trench and Fore-Arc Basin. Journal of Geophysical Research. 85:863-889.   10.1029/JB085iB02p00863   Website
Moore, DG, Curray JR, Einsele G.  1982.  Salado-Vinorama Submarine Slide and Turbidity-Current Off the Southeast Tip of Baja California. Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. 64:1071-1082.Website
Moore, GF, Curray JR.  1980.  Structure of the Sunda Trench Lower Slope Off Sumatra from Multichannel Seismic-Reflection Data. Marine Geophysical Researches. 4:319-&.   10.1007/bf00369106   Website
Moore, DG, Curray JR.  1963.  Structural Framework of Continental Terrace, Northwest Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Geophysical Research. 68:1725-&.   10.1029/JZ068i006p01725   Website
Paull, CK, Commeau RF, Curray JR, Neumann AC.  1991.  Seabed Measurements of Modern Corrosion Rates on the Florida Escarpment. Geo-Marine Letters. 11:16-22.   10.1007/bf02431050   AbstractWebsite

A mooring containing diverse carbonate and anhydrite substrates was exposed to bottom waters for 9 months at the base of the Florida Escarpment to determine the influence of dissolution on the development of this continental margin. Weight loss was measured on all samples. Etching, pitting, and loss of the original framework components were observed on substrates with known characteristics. Extrapolations of modern dissolution rates predict only about 1.6 meters of corrosion per million years. However, more rapid anhydrite dissolution, up to 1 km per million years, would cause exposed anhydrite beds to undercut and destabilize intercalated limestones.

Shepard, FP, Curray JR, Dill RF, Inman DL, Winterer EL, Murray EA.  1964.  Submarine Geology by Diving Saucer. Science. 145:1042-&.   10.1126/science.145.3636.1042   Website