Figure F2. Bathymetric setting of Leg 193 drill sites on Pual Ridge, eastern Manus Basin, Papua New Guinea. Pual Ridge is a predominantly felsic neovolcanic edifice with local cones and flows of andesite, standing 500–600 m above valleys floored by sediments to the west and basaltic andesites to the east. Its southeastern flank is a major extensional fault. Volcanic cones northwest from Pual Ridge (Marmin Knolls) are picritic basalt. Bathymetry from an IFREMER database, processed by J.R. Waters at CSIRO. Isobaths are in meters below sea level.