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Subduction zone geodynamics

Subduction zone geodynamics

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Published by Springer in Berlin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geodynamics -- Congresses,
  • Subduction zones -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSerge Lallemand, Francesca Funicello, editors.
    GenreCongresses
    SeriesFrontiers in earth sciences, Frontiers in earth sciences (Springer (Firm))
    ContributionsLallemand, Serge., Funicello, Francesca.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE511.46 .S835 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 275 p. :
    Number of Pages275
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23971144M
    ISBN 103540879714
    ISBN 109783540879718
    LC Control Number2008940148

      Subduction zones are ubiquitous features on Earth, and an integral part of plate tectonics. They are known to have a very important role in modulating climate on Earth, and are believed to have played an essential part in making the Earth’s surface habitable, a role that extends to present-day. This week, Antoniette Greta Grima writes about the ongoing debate on how subduction zones . 3. Metamorphic record of subduction-zone chemical cycling High-pressure and UHP suites owe their present existence at the surface to complex combinations of faulting and buoyancy-driven ascent (Jolivet et al., Fig. 2. The arc outputs (A) and AOC and sediment inputs (B) of subduction-zone cycling, showing the inheritance of non-magmatic.

    Chemical geodynamics is an integrated discipline that studies the geochemical structure and tectonic evolution of geospheres with the aim of linking tectonic processes to geochemical products in the Earth system. It was primarily focused on mantle. Thermal Structure and Geodynamics of Subduction Zones. by Ikuko Wada , University of Victoria, Supervisory Committee. Dr. Kelin Wang (Pacific Geoscience Centre, Geological Survey of Canada and School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Victoria) Supervisor.

    The characteristic chemistry of arc magmas is the result of subduction zone geodynamics; the controlling factors include geophysical variables, such as pressure (P) and temperature (T), and the extent of melt and fluid mobility in the slab and magmas are assumed to be the products of chemical reactions of their source materials, which are governed by the slab and mantle conditions Cited by: The Dabie–Sulu orogenic belt of east-central China has long been a type location for the study of geodynamic processes associated with ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) tectonics. Much of our understanding of the world's most enigmatic processes in.


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Subduction zone geodynamics Download PDF EPUB FB2

About this book. Subduction is a major process that plays a first-order role in the dynamics of the Earth. The sinking of cold lithosphere into the mantle is thought by many authors to be the most important source of energy for plates driving forces.

It also deeply modifies the thermal and chemical structure of the mantle, producing arc volcanism and is responsible for the release of most of the seismic energy. Subduction zone geodynamics, Seismic tomography and anisotropy, Great subduction zone earthquakes, Seismogenic zone characterization, Continental and ridge subduction processes.

Each of the 13 papers collected in the present volume is primarily concerned with one of these : $ Subduction is a major process that plays a first-order role in the dynamics of the Earth. The sinking of cold lithosphere into the mantle is thought by many authors to be the most important source of energy for plates driving forces.

It also deeply modifies the thermal and chemical structure of the mantle, producing arc volcanism and is Subduction zone geodynamics book for the release of most of the seismic energy on Earth. Part Subduction Zone Geodynamics I Subduction with Variations in Slab Buoyancy: Models and Application to the Banda and Apennine Systems Leigh H.

Royden and Laurent Husson Abstract Temporal variations in the buoyancy of subducting lithosphere exert a first-order control on subduction rate, slab dip and the position of the associated volcanic arc. Subduction dynamics has been actively studied through seismology, mineral physics, and laboratory and numerical experiments.

Understanding the dynamics of the 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 : Hardcover. Subduction Dynamics: From Mantle Flow to Mega Disasters (Geophysical Monograph Series Book ) - Kindle edition by Morra, Gabriele, Yuen, David A., King, Scott D., Lee, Sang Mook, Stein, Seth.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Subduction Dynamics: From Mantle Flow to Mega Manufacturer: American Geophysical Union.

Subduction dynamics has been actively studied through seismology, mineral physics, and laboratory and numerical experiments.

Understanding the dynamics of the 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.

His main research interests concern the geodynamics of subduction zones includ- ing Subduction dynamics at the scale of the plates, Mantle wedge dynamics and interaction with plates, Genesis of. geodynamics of subduction zones: from numerical models to seismology and potencial field methods a session in honor of hartmut jodicke geosgeos, v ol.

25, no. 1, noviembre, se propagation of the silent earthquake in the mexican subduction zone. Geodynamics Turcotte D.L., Schubert G. Essential reading for any Earth scientist, this classic textbook has been providing advanced undergraduate and graduate students with the fundamentals needed to develop a quantitative understanding of the physical processes of the solid earth for over thirty years.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Volume contains contributions presented in June in Montpellier, France, during a conference about Subduction zone geodynamics. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Frontiers in Earth Sciences: Subduction Zone Geodynamics (Hardcover) at nd: Serge Lallemand; Francesca Funiciello.

Subduction dynamics has been actively studied through seismology, mineral physics, and laboratory and numerical experiments. Understanding the dynamics of the 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.

Metamorphic chemical geodynamics of subduction zones Article (PDF Available) in Earth and Planetary Science Letters (3) June with Author: Gray Bebout. Summary: Subduction is a major process that plays a first-order role in the dynamics of the Earth. This title contains a collection of contributions that were presented in June in Montpellier (France) in a conference that gave a panorama and discussed the perspectives about 'Subduction Zone Geodynamics'.

News. Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO) – Finale Workshop (Oct ) Octo Modeling Collaboratory for Subduction – Megathrust Workshop (Oct ) Octo Now recruiting new graduate students for subduction research September 6, ; Fate of Slabs and Stirring – Magali’s Lecture at CIDER, J ; Decoupling Plate-Asthenosphere Motion with Non-linear.

Gabriele Morra is an Assistant Professor in the department of Physics at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette. He has co-authored several research articles including Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems.

His research interests revolve around geodynamics, tectonics and numerical modeling : Gabriele Morra. Abstract Chemical geodynamics is an integrated discipline that studies the geochemical structure and tectonic evolution of geospheres with the aim of linking tectonic processes to geochemical products in the Earth system.

It was primarily focused on mantle geochemistry, with an emphasis on geochemical recycling in oceanic subduction by: This book is devoted to the quantitative physical modeling of subduction and subduction-related processes. It presents a coherent description of the modeling method (including similarity criteria, and a novel applied experimental technique), results from model experiments, theoretical analysis of results on the basis of continuum mechanics, and their geodynamic interpretation.

Since all these factors can change with time, the mode of subduction at any particular subduction zone can also change with time. This may account for opening and closing of backarc basins in ancient subduction zones.

Regional high heat flow in backarc basins can be explained by the same model used for ordinary seafloor by: 7. McGuire, J. J., T. Plank, and 16 others (), The SZ4D Initiative: Understanding the processes that underlie subduction zone hazards in 4D.

Vision document submitted to the National Science Foundation, The IRIS Consortium, 63 pp.I - Tectonics and Geodynamics - Grasemann, Bernhard, Stüwe, Kurt The third type of earthquake is related to subduction zones along convergent plate margins. One plate is thrust or subducted under the other plate so that a deep ocean trench is produced (e.g., Peru - Chile trench, where the Pacific plate is being subducted.Xuelei Li, Tianyao Hao and Zhiwei Li, Upper mantle structure and geodynamics of the Sumatra subduction zone from 3-D teleseismic P-wave tomography, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, /,(), ().