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Subduction Dynamics : From Mantle Flow to Mega Disasters.

Author/Creator:
Morra, Gabriele.
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New York : American Geophysical Union, 2015.
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Book
1 online resource (396 pages)
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1st ed.
Series:
Geophysical Monograph Ser.
Geophysical Monograph Ser. ; v.211
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Subduction zones.
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Contents:
Intro
Title Page
Table of Contents
CONTRIBUTORS
INTRODUCTION: The Impact of Subduction Dynamics on Mantle Flow, Continental Tectonics, and Seismic Hazard
REFERENCES
1 Evidence from Caustic Waveform Modeling for Long Slab Thickening above the 660-km Discontinuity under Northeast Asia: Dynamic Implications
1.1. INTRODUCTION
1.2. CAUSTIC WAVEFORM MODELING AND DATA SOURCES
1.3. SLAB IMAGE IN THE MANTLE TRANSITION ZONE
1.4. UNCERTAINTY ESTIMATES OF THICKNESS OF SLAB
1.5. DYNAMIC SIMULATION OF SLAB THICKENING
1.6. DISCUSSION AND DYNAMIC IMPLICATION
1.7. CONCLUSIONS
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
2 The Continental Collision Process Deduced from the Metamorphic Pattern in the Dabie-Hongseong and Himalayan Collision Belts
2.1. INTRODUCTION
2.2. METAMORPHIC EVOLUTION ALONG THE DABIE-HONGSEONG COLLISION BELT IN NORTHEAST ASIA
2.3. THE DABIE-SULU COLLISION BELT BETWEEN THE NCB AND SCB IN CHINA
2.4. THE EXTENSION OF THE DABIE-SULU BELT IN CHINA INTO THE HONGSEONG AREA IN KOREA
2.5. THE LATE-PERMIAN TO TRIASSIC COLLISION BELT IN KOREA
2.6. THE EXTENSION OF THE DABIE-HONGSEONG COLLISION BELT INTO JAPAN AND NORTH KOREA
2.7. THE METAMORPHIC TREND ALONG THE DABIE-HONGSEONG COLLISION BELT
2.8. METAMORPHIC EVOLUTION ALONG THE HIMALAYAN COLLISION BELT
2.9. THE METAMORPHISM IN THE WESTERN HIMALAYAN COLLISION BELT
2.10. THE METAMORPHISM IN THE MIDEASTERN HIMALAYAN COLLISION BELT
2.11. THE METAMORPHISM IN THE EASTERN HIMALAYAN COLLISION BELT
2.12. THE METAMORPHIC PATTERN ALONG THE HIMALAYA COLLISION BELT
2.13. DISCUSSION AND TECTONIC IMPLICATION
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
3 A New Tectonic Model for the Genesis of Adakitic Arc Magmatism in Cretaceous East Asia
3.1. INTRODUCTION
3.2. NUMERICAL MODELSs
3.3. RESULTS
3.4. DISCUSSION
3.5. CONCLUDING REMARKS.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
4 Incoming Plate Variations along the Northern Manila Trench: Implications for Seafloor Morphology and Seismicity
4.1. INTRODUCTION
4.2. GEOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK
4.3. INCOMING PLATE VARIATION
4.4. DISCUSSION
4.5. CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
5 Source of the Cenozoic Volcanism in Central Asia
5.1. INTRODUCTION
5.2. PETROLOGICAL SETTING
5.3. BUOYANCY DRIVEN VISCOUS INSTABILITIES
5.4. NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS
5.5. MODEL RESULTS
5.6. DISCUSSION
5.7. CONCLUSIONS
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
BIBLIOGRAPHY
6 Influence of Variable Thermal Expansivity and Conductivity on Deep Subduction
6.1. INTRODUCTION
6.2. METHOD AND MODEL
6.3. RESULTS
6.4. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
7 Slab-driven Mantle Weakening and Rapid Mantle Flow
7.1. INTRODUCTION
7.2. METHODS
7.3. RESULTS
7.4. DISCUSSION
7.5. CONCLUSIONS
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
8 Influence on Earthquake Distributions in Slabs from Bimaterial Shear Heating
8.1. INTRODUCTION
8.2. NUMERICAL METHOD AND MODEL SETTINGS
8.3. RESULTS
8.4. DISCUSSION
8.5. CONCLUSIONS
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
9 The Seismology of the Planet Mongo: The 2015 Ionospheric Seismology Review
9.1. ORIGINS
9.2. IONOSPHERIC SEISMOMETERS
9.3. THE GPS REVOLUTION: FROM POINT MEASUREMENTS TO IMAGES
9.4. THE GREAT SUMATRA TSUNAMI IN THE IONOSPHERE
9.5. THE TOHOKU EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI
9.6. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF AWRayleigh, IGWtsuna, AND AGWepi
9.7. CONCLUSION
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
REFERENCES
10 Why We Need a New Paradigm of Earthquake Occurrence
10.1. INTRODUCTION
10.2. MODELS OF EARTHQUAKES
10.3. THE CHARACTERISTIC EARTHQUAKE MODEL
10.4. UNCHARACTERISTIC EARTHQUAKES
10.5. THE PSHA APPROACH TO EARTHQUAKE-HAZARD MODELING.
10.6. PROBABILISTIC FORECASTS OF INDIVIDUAL EARTHQUAKES
10.7. CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Yuen, David A.
King, Scott D.
Lee, Sang-Mook.
Stein, Seth.
King, Scott D.
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Print version: Morra, Gabriele Subduction Dynamics
ISBN:
9781118888995
9781118888858
OCLC:
929527512