Probing the Moho Boundary - Earth's Own Unexplored Frontier - Universe Today
[/caption] The boundary where Earth’s crust gives way to the unexplored mantle was first detected in 1909, because of a change in the travel of seismic waves. Named the Moho boundary for Andrija Mohorovicic, who listened to those seismic waves, the crust-mantle boundary is a frontier that remains elusive and compelling — harboring tantalizing clues as … Continue reading "Probing the Moho Boundary – Earth’s Own Unexplored Frontier"