THOMAS W DONNELLY; SEA-BOTTOM MORPHOLOGY SUGGESTIVE OF POST-PLEISTOCENE TECTONIC ACTIVITY OF THE EASTERN GREATER ANTILLES. GSA Bulletin ; 76 (11): 1291–1294. doi: https://doi.org/10.1130/0016-7606(1965)76[1291:SMSOPT]2.0.CO;2
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Bathymetric and continuous seismic-profiler (“sparker”) observations show that a presumably Pleistocene erosion surface in the Greater Antilles has been deformed by post-Pleistocene faulting, some of which must be very recent. A maximum average rate of 5 mm/year for post-Pleistocene uplift is estimated.