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LIS 1001 Dr. Aaron Lercher Assignment Four Due, typed and on paper, November 15. Please use complete sentences when appropriate. 1. Look up the citation: Vine, F.J. and D.H. Matthews, "Magnetic Anomalies over Oceanic Ridges." Nature , Volume 199 (Number 4897, September 7, 1963), pp. 947-949. a) What, in Vine's and Matthews's own words, is their hypothesis about magnetization of rocks on the ocean floor? (This requires skimming this Nature article which is a primary source. There is more than one sentence that might be quoted. It might help to look at the secondary account in the Encyclopedia Britannica article, but you might be able to figure it out just by looking at Vine's and Matthews's article alone.) 2. Look up the citation: Vine, F.J., "Spreading of the Ocean Floor: New Evidence." Science , Volume 154 (Number 3755, December 16, 1966), pp. 1405-1415. a) Does this article primarily present Vine's own research results, or does Vine review and summarize the research results of several research teams?
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