||Sibuet Jean-Claude, Ryan William B.F., Gustafson Ted B., Smith S.M.
||Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (U. S. Government), 1979 , Vol. 67 , N. 2 , P. 297-305
||The scientific party aboard Glomar Challenger collected geophysical data during DSDP Leg 47B, which commenced from Vigo, Spain, and terminated at Brest, France (Figure 1). Site 398 (40°57.6'N, 10°43.1'W), located just south of Vigo Seamount and about 95 miles West of Porto, Portugal, was drilled from 13 April 1976 to 9 May 1976. Table 1 gives satellite positions, distance (in nautical miles along the track) and the speed and course between successive navigation points. The positioning error along the trackline is approximately 1 nautical mile. Distances are shown (Figure 1) along the trackline every 50 nautical miles and annotated every 100 nautical miles. Time is marked by crosses every 2 hours and annotated every 4 hours. [NOT CONTROLLED OCR]