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The Beijing Anomaly is an observed seismic feature in the Earth's mantle at a depth of around 700–1400 km below Northeastern China where a high degree of seismic attenuation was discovered to exist. According to its discoverers, Jesse Lawrence (from Scripps Institute of Oceanography) and Michael Wysession (from Washington University), the Beijing Anomaly is evidence for large amounts of water contained within the mantle.

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  • Anomalía de Beijing
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  • The Beijing Anomaly is an observed seismic feature in the Earth's mantle at a depth of around 700–1400 km below Northeastern China where a high degree of seismic attenuation was discovered to exist. According to its discoverers, Jesse Lawrence (from Scripps Institute of Oceanography) and Michael Wysession (from Washington University), the Beijing Anomaly is evidence for large amounts of water contained within the mantle.
  • La Anomalía de Beijing es una característica sísmica observada en el manto de la Tierra a una profundidad de alrededor de 700–1400 km debajo del noreste de China, donde se descubrió que existe un alto grado de atenuación sísmica. Según sus descubridores, Jesse Lawrence (del Instituto de Oceanografía y (de la Universidad de Washington), la Anomalía de Beijing es evidencia de grandes cantidades de agua contenida dentro del manto.​
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  • The Beijing Anomaly is an observed seismic feature in the Earth's mantle at a depth of around 700–1400 km below Northeastern China where a high degree of seismic attenuation was discovered to exist. According to its discoverers, Jesse Lawrence (from Scripps Institute of Oceanography) and Michael Wysession (from Washington University), the Beijing Anomaly is evidence for large amounts of water contained within the mantle.
  • La Anomalía de Beijing es una característica sísmica observada en el manto de la Tierra a una profundidad de alrededor de 700–1400 km debajo del noreste de China, donde se descubrió que existe un alto grado de atenuación sísmica. Según sus descubridores, Jesse Lawrence (del Instituto de Oceanografía y (de la Universidad de Washington), la Anomalía de Beijing es evidencia de grandes cantidades de agua contenida dentro del manto.​
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