Perspective view of the edge of the carbonate platform.
Viewing direction is from the NE to the SW. White arrows point to the boundary
between multibeam bathymetry and single-beam bathymetry. Black arrows point to
fissures in the seafloor. Dotted lines are debris toes. The locations of a
previously suggested strike-slip fault (SPRSFZ) and the largest free-air gravity
anomaly on Earth (-380 mGal) are shown. Stippled textures (e.g., near SPRSFZ)
are multibeam acquisition artifacts. Click on image to return to Tsunami main page.