On review of the updated vertical gravity gradient map (Sandwell et al., 2014), we observe several linear features at an oblique angle to the Dirk Hartog Ridge, on the Perth Abyssal Plain. These features have a negative gravity signal and are slightly deeper than surrounding seafloor, with a generally symmetric form in profile. Although there is limited information available regarding these features it is possible they represent a former axis of spreading.
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