Subduction thermal regime, slab dehydration, and seismicity distribution beneath Hikurangi based on 3-D simulations

Nobuaki Suenaga, Yingfeng Ji, Shoichi Yoshioka & Deshan Feng
The downdip limit of seismogenic interfaces inferred from the subduction thermal regime by thermal models has suggested relating to the faulting instability caused by brittle failure regime in various plate convergent systems. However, the featured three-dimensional (3-D) temperature structure especially along the horizontal two-dimensional (2-D) dimension of a subduction zone remains still poorly constrained. To robustly investigate and further map the horizontal distribution of subduction regime and subsequently induced slab dewatering in a decent plate...
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