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  1. 10Be imaging of sediment accretion and subduction along the northeast Japan and Costa Rica convergent margins
Morris, J.; VALENTINE, R.; Harrison, T.
In: Geology, 30, No. 1, 59-62
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  2. Accreted ocean-floor and ocean-island material in the Mesozoic subduction complex of Alexander Island, Antarctica (1991)
Doubleday, P.A.; TRANTER, T.H.
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  3. Accretion and subduction processes along the Pacific margin of Gondwana, central Alexander Island (1991)
TRANTER, T.H.
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  4. Accretion and uplift in the Shimanto Belt, SW Japan
Agar, S.M.; Cliff, R.A.; Duddy, I.R.; Rex, D.C.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 146, Pt. 6, 893-896
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  5. Accretion tectonism in the Proterozoic Svecokarelides of the Baltic Shield
PARK, A.F.
In: Geology, 13, No. 10, 725-729
PARK, A.F. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Accretionary process of the Tertiary Setogawa and Mikasa Groups southwest Japan
OSOZAWA, S.
In: Journal of Geology, 96, No. 2, 199-208
OSOZAWA, S. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Activation of Pacific mantle plumes during the Carboniferous: evidence from accretionary complexes in southwest Japan
Tatsumi, Y.; KANI, T.; Ishizuka, H.; Maruyama, S.; Nishimura, Y.
In: Geology, 28, No. 7, 580-582
Tatsumi, Y. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  8. Allochthonous oceanic basalts within the Mesozoic accretionary complex of Alexander Island, Antarctica: remnants of proto-Pacific oceanic crust
Doubleday, P.A.; Leat, P.T.; Alabaster, T.; Nell, P.A.R.; TRANTER, T.H.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 151, Pt. 1, 65-78
Doubleday, P.A. (Author)552.331ArticleAdd To Basket
  9. Andean subduction styles and their effect on thermal structure and interplate coupling
GUTSCHER, M.-A.
In: Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 15, No. 1, 3-10
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Reserve a copy 10. Antarctic lithosphere architecture and evolution : direct constraints from mantle xenoliths (2012)
Gibson, L.C.
Copies: 1
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  11. The balance of forces on the subducting plate at the Antarctic Peninsula margin through the Late Cenozoic (1991)
Barker, P.F.; Larter, R.D.
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  12. The Balloon Melange, northwest Nelson: origin, structure, and emplacement
JONGENS, R.; BRADSHAW, J.D.; FOWLER, A.P.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 46, No. 3, 437-448
JONGENS, R. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 13. The behaviour and influence of fluids in subduction zones : proceedings of a Royal Society discussion meeting held on 8 and 9 November 1990 (1991)
Tarney, J.; Dewey, J.F.; Knipe, R.J.; Pickering, K.T.; Tarney, J.
ISBN: 0854034374
Copies: 2
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  14. Catastrophic initiation of subduction following forced convergence across fracture zones
HALL, C.E.; GURNIS, M.; SDROLIAS, M.; LAVIER, L.L.; Muller, R.D.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 212, Nos. 1-2, 15-30
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  15. Character, extent and significance of broken formation for the Tabberabbera Zone, central Lachlan Orogen
WATSON, J.M.; GRAY, D.R.
In: Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (BAS), 48, No. 6, 943-954
WATSON, J.M. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  16. Constraints from partitioning experiments on the composition of subduction-zone fluids
KEPPLER, H.
In: Nature, 380, No. 6571, 237-240
KEPPLER, H. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  17. Constraints on flux rates and mantle dynamics beneath island arcs from Tonga-Kermadec lava geochemistry
TURNER, S.; Hawkesworth, C.J.
In: Nature, 389, No. 6651, 568-573
TURNER, S. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  18. Controls of the structure of subducted slabs
GURNIS, M.; HAGER, B.H.
In: Nature, 335, No. 6188, 317-321
GURNIS, M. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  19. Controls on tectonic accretion versus erosion in subduction zones: implications for the origin and recycling of the continental crust
CLIFT, P.D.; VANNUCCHI, P.
In: Reviews of Geophysics, 42, No. 2, RG2001, doi:10.1029/2003RG000127, 31pp
CLIFT, P.D. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  20. Cordilleran slab windows
THORKELSON, D.J.; Taylor, R.P.
In: Geology, 17, No. 9, 833-836
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  21. Cretaceous to Holocene forearc evolution in Japan and its implication to crustal dynamics
Taira, A.; Ogawa, Y.
In: Episodes (BAS), 14, No. 3, 205-212
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  22. Criteria helpful in recognizing shear-zone and diapiric melanges: examples from the Hoh accretionary complex, Olympic Peninsula, Washington
ORANGE, D.L.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 102, No. 7, 935-951
ORANGE, D.L. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  23. Cross section of an accretionary wedge: Barbados Ridge complex
Westbrook, G.K.; LADD, J.W.; BUHL, P.; BANGS, N.; TILEY, G.J.
In: Geology, 16, No. 7, 631-635
Westbrook, G.K. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  24. Deformation history of a Mesozoic forearc basin sequence on Alexander Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Doubleday, P.A.; Storey, B.C.
In: Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 11, No. 1, 1-21
Doubleday, P.A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  25. Deformation mechanism paths for oceanic rocks during subduction and accretion: the Mesozoic forearc of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Doubleday, P.A.; TRANTER, T.H.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 151, Pt. 3, 543-554
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  26. Deformational styles in a sequence of olistostromal melanges, Pacific Rim Complex, western Vancouver Island, Canada
Brandon, M.T.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 101, No. 12, 1520-1542
Brandon, M.T. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  27. Diapirism and structural thickening in an Early Palaeozoic subduction complex, southeastern New South Wales, Australia
Fergusson, C.L.; FRIKKEN, P.
In: Journal of Structural Geology, 25, No. 1, 43-58
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  28. Diverse melanges of an ancient subduction complex
LASH, G.G.
In: Geology, 15, No. 7, 652-655
LASH, G.G. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  29. Dynamics of subduction and plate motion in laboratory experiments: insights into the "plate tectonics" behavior of the Earth
BELLAHSEN, N.; FACCENNA, C.; FUNICIELLO, F.
In: Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, No. B1, B1401, doi:10.1029/2004JB002999, 15pp
BELLAHSEN, N. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  30. An Early Cretaceous forearc basin in the Golfo de Penas region, southern Chile
Diemer, J.A.; FORSYTHE, R.D.; ENGELHARDT, D.; Porter, C.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 154, Pt. 6, 925-928
Diemer, J.A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  31. Episodicity of Mesozoic terrane accretion along the Pacific margin of Gondwana: implications for superplume-plate interactions (2005)
Vaughan, A.P.M.; Livermore, R.A.
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  32. Estimates of modern arc-parallel strain rates in fore arcs
McCAFFREY, R.
In: Geology, 24, No. 1, 27-30
McCAFFREY, R. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  33. Evidence for pre-Jurassic subduction in western Antarctica
Smellie, J.L.; Clarkson, P.D.
In: Nature, 258, No. 5537, 701-702
Smellie, J.L. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  34. Evidence from ophiolites, blueschists, and ultrahigh-pressure metamorphic terranes that the modern episode of subduction tectonics began in Neoproterozoic time
Stern, R.J.
In: Geology, 33, No. 7, 557-560
Stern, R.J. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  35. Evolution and diversity of subduction zones controlled by slab width
SCHELLART, W.P.; FREEMAN, J.; STEGMAN, D.R.; MORESI, L.; MAY, D.
In: Nature, 446, No. 7133, 308-311
SCHELLART, W.P. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  36. Evolution of the Late Paleozoic accretionary complex and overlying forearc-magmatic arc, south central Chile (38o-41oS): constraints for the tectonic setting along the southwestern margin of Gondwana
MARTIN, M.W.; KATO, T.T.; RODRIGUEZ, C.; Godoy, E.; DUHART, P.; McDONOUGH, M.; CAMPOS, A.
In: Tectonics, 18, No. 4, 582-605
MARTIN, M.W. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  37. Fate of the Cenozoic Farallon slab from a comparison of kinematic thermal modeling with tomographic images
SCHMID, C.; GOES, S.; van der LEE, S.; GIARDINI, D.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 204, Nos. 1-2, 17-32
SCHMID, C. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  38. Fission-track evidence for the thermotectonic evolution of a Mesozoic-Cenozoic fore-arc, Antarctica
Storey, B.C.; Brown, R.W.; Carter, A.; Doubleday, P.A.; Hurford, A.J.; Macdonald, D.I.M.; Nell, P.A.R.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 153, Pt. 1, 65-82
Storey, B.C. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  39. Fluid flow in accretionary prisms: evidence for focused, time-variable discharge
CARSON, B.; SCREATON, E.J.
In: Reviews of Geophysics, 36, No. 3, 329-351
CARSON, B. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  40. Fluid processes in subduction zones
PEACOCK, S.M.
In: Science, 248, No. 4953, 329-337
PEACOCK, S.M. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  41. Foredeeps versus subduction zones
DOGLIONI, C.
In: Geology, 22, No. 3, 271-274
DOGLIONI, C. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  42. Formation of forearc basins by collision between seamounts and accretionary wedges: an example from the New Hebrides subduction zone
COLLOT, J-Y.; FISHER, M.A.
In: Geology, 17, No. 10, 930-933
COLLOT, J-Y. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  43. Glacial history and subduction-related processes along Antarctic Peninsula margin
Barker, P.F.; Larter, R.D.; Pudsey, C.J.; CONWAY, A.M.; Hamilton, I.W.; Anderson, J.B.
In: Abstracts, 28th Geological Congress, Washington, D.C., July 9-19, 1989, 1, 87-88
Barker, P.F. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  44. Gravity flows and rock recycling on the Tonga landward trench slope: relation to trench-slope tectonic processes
Ballance, P.F.
In: Journal of Geology, 99, No. 6, 817-827
Ballance, P.F. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  45. High paleogeothermal gradient with ridge subduction beneath the Cretaceous Shimanto accretionary prism, southwest Japan
SAKAGUCHI, A.
In: Geology, 24, No. 9, 795-798
SAKAGUCHI, A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  46. High resolution image of the subducted Pacific (?) plate beneath central Alaska, 50-150 km depth
FERRIS, A.; ABERS, G.A.; CHRISTENSEN, D.H.; VEENSTRA, E.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 214, No. 3-4, 575-588
FERRIS, A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  47. Hot fingers in the mantle wedge: new insights into magma genesis in subduction zones
TAMURA, Y.; Tatsumi, Y.; ZHAO, D.; KIDO, Y.; SHUKUNO, H.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 197, Nos. 1-2, 105-116
TAMURA, Y. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  48. Influence of the subducting plate velocity on the geometry of the slab and migration of the subduction hinge
SCHELLART, W.P.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 231, No. 3-4, 197-219
SCHELLART, W.P. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  49. The initiation of subduction: criticality by addition of water?
REGENAUER-LIEB, K.; YUEN, D.A.; BRANLUND, J.
In: Science, 294, No. 5542, 578-580
REGENAUER-LIEB, K. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  50. Intra-oceanic subduction systems: introduction (2003)
Leat, P.T.; Larter, R.D.
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Reserve a copy 51. Intra-oceanic subduction systems: tectonic and magmatic processes (2003)
Larter, R.D.; Leat, P.T.
ISBN: 1862391475
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  52. Is average continental crust generated at subduction zones?
ELLAM, R.M.; Hawkesworth, C.J.
In: Geology, 16, No. 4, 314-317
ELLAM, R.M. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  53. The Isla Italia-Isla Dring metabasites: fragments of oceanic crust in the Late Paleozoic Chonos accretionary complex (1991)
Herve, F.; GREENE, F.; Pankhurst, R.J.
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  54. The Japanese island arc and the subduction process
Uyeda, S.
In: Episodes (BAS), 14, No. 3, 190-198
Uyeda, S. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  55. Kinematics and a balanced and restored cross-section across the toe of the eastern Nankai accretionary prism
MORGAN, J.K.; KARIG, D.E.
In: Journal of Structural Geology, 17, No. 1, 31-45
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  56. Large-scale mantle convection and the history of subduction
RICHARDS, M.A.; ENGEBRETSON, D.C.
In: Nature, 355, No. 6359, 437-440
RICHARDS, M.A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  57. Large-scale melange formation due to seamount subduction: an example from the Mesozoic accretionary complex in central Japan
OKAMURA, Y.
In: Journal of Geology, 99, No. 5, 661-674
OKAMURA, Y. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  58. Late Cretaceous to early Tertiary subduction history of the Antarctic Peninsula
McCARRON, J.J.; Larter, R.D.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 155, Pt. 2, 255-268
McCARRON, J.J. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  59. Late Miocene adakites and Nb-enriched basalts from Vizcaino Peninsula, Mexico: indicators of East Pacific Rise subduction below southern Baja California
Aguillon-Robles, A.; Caimus, T.; Benoit, M.; Bellon, H.; Maury, R.C.; Cotten, J.; BOURGOIS, J.; MICHAUD, F.
In: Geology, 29, No. 6, 531-534
Aguillon-Robles, A. (Author)552.331ArticleAdd To Basket
  60. Late Palaeozoic-Early Mesozoic fore-arc basin sedimentary rocks at the Pacific margin in Western Antarctica
HYDEN, G.; Tanner, P.W.G.
In: Geologische Rundschau, 70, No. 2, 529-541
HYDEN, G. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  61. Limestone and chert in tectonic blocks from the Esk Head subterrane, South Island, New Zealand
SILBERLING, N.J.; NICHOLS, K.M.; BRADSHAW, J.D.; BLOME, C.D.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 100, No. 8, 1213-1223
SILBERLING, N.J. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  62. Magma genesis and mantle flow at a subducting slab edge: the South Sandwich arc-basin system
Leat, P.T.; PEARCE, J.A.; Barker, P.F.; Millar, I.L.; Barry, T.L.; Larter, R.D.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 227, No. 1-2, 17-35
Leat, P.T. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  63. Mantle avalanche as a driving force for tectonic reorganization in the southwest Pacific
PYSKLYWEC, R.N.; MITROVICA, J.X.; ISHII, M.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 209, No. 1-2, 29-38
PYSKLYWEC, R.N. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  64. Mechanisms of melange formation: examples from SW Japan and southern Scotland
Needham, D.T.
In: Journal of Structural Geology, 17, No. 7, 971-985
Needham, D.T. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  65. Melange within subduction-accretion complex rocks of Fredriksen Island, South Orkney Islands
Storey, B.C.; Meneilly, A.W.
In: Geological Magazine, 120, No. 6, 555-566
Storey, B.C. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  66. Melanges, intrusive and extrusive sediments, and hydraulic arcs
TALBOT, C.J.; VON BRUNN, V.
In: Geology, 17, No. 5, 446-448
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Reserve a copy 67. Melanges: their nature, origin, and significance (1985)
Raymond, L.A.
ISBN: 0813721989
Copies: 1
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  68. Mesozoic radiolarian faunas from the Antarctic Peninsula: age, tectonic and palaeoceanographic significance
Holdsworth, B.K.; Nell, P.A.R.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 149, Pt. 6, 1003-1020
Holdsworth, B.K. (Author)563.14ArticleAdd To Basket
  69. Mesozoic-Cenozoic magmatic arcs of northern Antarctic Peninsula: subduction, rifting and structural evolution (1995)
Birkenmajer, K.
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  70. Modes of formation and accretion of oceanic material in the Mesozoic fore-arc of central and southern Alexander Island, Antarctica: a summary (1992)
Doubleday, P.A.; TRANTER, T.H.
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  71. Multiple subduction components in the mantle wedge: evidence from eruptive centers in the Central Southern volcanic zone, Chile
HICKEY-VARGAS, R.; SUN, M.; LOPEZ-ESCOBAR, L.; MORENO-ROA, H.; REAGAN, M.K.; MORRIS, J.D.; RYAN, J.G.
In: Geology, 30, No. 3, 199-202
HICKEY-VARGAS, R. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  72. Multistage melange formation within an accretionary complex, Diego Ramirez Islands, southern Chile
WILSON, T.J.; HANSON, R.E.; Grunow, A.M.
In: Geology, 17, No. 1, 11-14
WILSON, T.J. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  73. On the origin of fore-arc basins: new evidence of formation by rifting from the Jurassic of Alexander Island, Antarctica
Macdonald, D.I.M.; Leat, P.T.; Doubleday, P.A.; Kelly, S.R.A.
In: Terra Nova, 11, 186-193
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  74. The ophiolite-related Mersin Melange, southern Turkey: its role in the tectonic-sedimentary setting of Tethys in the Eastern Mediterranean region
PARLAK, O.; Robertson, A.
In: Geological Magazine, 141, No. 3, 257-286
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  75. Ordovician accretion of the Argentine Precordillera terrane to Gondwana: a review
Thomas, W.A.; ASTINI, R.A.
In: Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 16, No. 1, 67-79
Thomas, W.A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  76. Oxygen isotope evidence for slab melting in modern and ancient subduction zones
Bindeman, I.N.; Eiler, J.M.; Yogodzinski, G.M.; Tatsumi, Y.; Stern, C.R.; Grove, T.L.; Portnyagin, M.; Hoernle, K.; Danyushevsky, L.V.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 235, No. 3-4, 480-496
Bindeman, I.N. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  77. Provenance history of a Late Triassic-Jurassic Gondwana margin forearc basin, Murihiku Terrane, North Island, New Zealand: petrographic and geochemical constraints
BRIGGS, R.M.; Middleton, M.P.; Nelson, C.S.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 47, No. 4, 589-602
BRIGGS, R.M. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  78. Provenance of Cretaceous accretionary wedge sediments: the Mangapokia Formation, Wairarapa, New Zealand
BARNES, P.M.
In: New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 33, 125-135
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  79. Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities from hydration and melting propel 'cold plumes' at subduction zones
Gerya, T.V.; YUEN, D.A.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 212, Nos. 1-2, 47-62
Gerya, T.V. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  80. Record of the Damaran Khomas Hochland accretionary prism in central Namibia: refutation of an 'ensialic' origin of a Late Proterozoic orogenic belt
KUKLA, P.A.; Stanistreet, I.G.
In: Geology, 19, No. 5, 473-476
KUKLA, P.A. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  81. Relation between alkalic volcanism and slab-window formation
Hole, M.J.; Rogers, G.; Saunders, A.D.; STOREY, M.
In: Geology, 19, No. 6, 657-660
Hole, M.J. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  82. Remnants of a Cretaceous intra-oceanic subduction system within the Yarlung-Zangbo suture (southern Tibet)
Aitchison, J.C.; BADENGZHU; Davis, A.M.; and 7 others
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 183, Nos. 1-2, 231-244
Aitchison, J.C. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  83. Ridge collision, slab-window formation, and the flux of Pacific asthenosphere into the Caribbean realm
ABRATIS, M.; Worner, G.
In: Geology, 29, No. 2, 127-130
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  84. Sediment subduction, subduction erosion, and strain regime in the northern South Sandwich forearc
Vanneste, L.E.; Larter, R.D.
In: Journal of Geophysical Research, 107, No. B7, 2149, doi:10.1029/2001JB000396, 24pp
Vanneste, L.E. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  85. Sedimentation in the Chile Trench: depositional morphologies, lithofacies and stratigraphy
THORNBURG, T.M.; KULM, L.D.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 98, No. 1, 33-52
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  86. Segmentation and configuration of subducted lithosphere in Italy: an important control on thrust-belt and foredeep-basin evolution
ROYDEN, L.; PATACCA, E.; SCANDONE, P.
In: Geology, 15, No. 8, 714-717
ROYDEN, L. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  87. Seismic and gravity data reveal Tertiary interplate subduction in the Bellingshausen Sea, southeast Pacific
Gohl, K.; NITSCHE, F.O.; Miller, H.
In: Geology, 25, No. 4, 371-374
Gohl, K. (Author)550.83ArticleAdd To Basket
  88. Serpentine and the subduction zone water cycle
RUPKE, L.H.; Morgan, J.P.; HORT, M.; CONNOLLY, J.A.D.
In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters (BAS), 223, No. 1-2, 17-34
RUPKE, L.H. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  89. Slip vectors and stretching of the Sumatran fore arc
McCAFFREY, R.
In: Geology, 19, No. 9, 881-884
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  90. The Southern Uplands as an accretionary prism: the importance of analogues in reconstructing palaeogeography
Leggett, J.K.
In: Journal of the Geological Society, 144, Pt. 5, 737-752
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  91. Stratigraphy and geochemistry of accreted fragments of the ancestral Pacific floor in southern South America
Mpodozis, C.; FORSYTHE, R.
In: Palaeogeography palaeoclimatology palaeoecology, 41, 103-124
Mpodozis, C. (Author)551.242.231ArticleAdd To Basket
  92. Structural development of an accretionary prism by thrust and strike-slip faulting: Shumagin region, Aleutian Trench
LEWIS, S.D.; LADD, J.W.; Bruns, T.R.
In: Geological Society of America Bulletin, 100, No. 5, 767-782
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