Java Trench


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Related to Java Trench: Mariana Trench, South Sandwich Trench

Ja′va Trench′


n.
a trench in the Indian Ocean, S of Java: deepest known part of Indian Ocean. 25,344 ft. (7725 m) deep.
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Vescovo has dived the Puerto Rico Trench in the Atlantic Ocean, the South Sandwich Trench in the Southern Ocean, and the Java Trench in Indian Ocean. 
Dr Alan Jamieson, 41, plunged 23,596ft to the deepest point of the Indian Ocean's Java Trench, taking two and a half hours to get there.
Dr Alan Jamieson, a senior lecturer at Newcastle University, was chief scientist on the Five Deeps expedition team to one of the most isolated points on the planet - the deepest point of the Java Trench in the Indian Ocean.
Alan has been exploring one of the few truly unknown parts of our planet - the deepest point of the Java Trench in the Indian Ocean.
As chief scientist on the Five Deeps expedition, Dr Jamieson was part of the team to reach one of the most isolated points on the planet: the deepest point of the Java Trench in the Indian Ocean.
Other great depths include the Puerto Rico Trench in the Atlantic, the Java Trench in the Indian ocean, and the Arctic Basin.
''Based on our mapping, potential big earthquakes and tsunamis may happen because some stresses in the Java trench have not been released,'' geologist Yusuf Surachman Djajadihardja told Kyodo News.
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