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Subduction Dynamics From Mantle Flow to Mega Disasters

Series: Geophysical Monograph Series Volume: 211
By: Gabriele Morra(Author)
Subduction Dynamics
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For decades, subduction dynamics has been actively studied through seismology, mineral physics, and laboratory and numerical experiments. There have been exciting advances in our understanding of subduction zones brought forth by observations in laboratory measurements and improved computational methods.

It is increasingly recognized that the dynamics of subducted slabs is much more than just an academic study with an aim of producing a better understanding of global and regional tectonics as well as Earth evolution. Understanding the dynamics of the shallow subducting slab is critical to a better understanding of the primary societally relevant natural hazards emerging from our planetary interior, the megathrust earthquakes and consequent tsunamis. The primary goal of Subduction Dynamics is to offer an innovative holistic examination of subduction processes to help predict mega-disasters. In fact the topics addressed vary between the regional and global scale slab dynamics down to the consequent megathrust earthquakes along arcs, geochemical signatures, mantle and wedge flow, role of rheology of the slab interiors, given the location of the meeting, stagnant slabs in East Asia and their relation to tectonics and hazard.


Temperature-dehydration-earthquake link in the subduction zone: toward an internally consistent model of the subduction zone
Author: Soichi Omori and Tetsu Koghiso

Evidence from Caustics Waveform Modelling for Long Slab Thickening above the 660-km discontinuity under Northeast Asia: Dynamical Implications
Author: Juan Li

On all the problems besetting studies of earthquake sources
Author: Robert Geller

Tectonic deformation of accretionary wedges response to incoming plate variations along northern Manila Trench
Cheanxu Chen

Subduction of continental material through the 270 km barrier and its role
Author: Kenji Kawai

Influence of variable thermal expansivity and conductivity on deep subduction
Author: Nicola Tosi

Role of heterogeneous plate size on continental drift
Author: Gabriele Morra

Asymmetric Lithospheric Instability Facilitated by Shear Modulus Contrast and Variable Thermal Conductivity: Implications for Shear Zones and Resolving Heat Flow Paradox
Author: Byung Dal So

Submarine landslides and their tsunamis
Author: Robert Weiss

From Sumatra 2004 to Tuhoku-Oki 2011: what we learn about Earthquake & Tsunami detection by ionospheric sounding.
Author: Giovanni Occhipinti

Rapid flow in the mantle: Insights from three-dimensional plate boundary models
Author: Margarete Jadamec

The relationship between continental collision process and metamorphic pattern in the Dabie-Hongseong and Himalayan collision belts
Author: Oh Chang Whan

A New Tectonic Model for the Genesis of Adakitic Arc Magmatism in Cretaceous East Asia
Author: Changyeoul Lee

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Series: Geophysical Monograph Series Volume: 211
By: Gabriele Morra(Author)
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