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Seismic anisotropy beneath the Shumagin Islands segment of the Aleutian-Alaska subduction zone

Seismic anisotropy beneath the Shumagin Islands segment of the Aleutian-Alaska subduction zone,10.1029/95JB01425,Journal of Geophysical Research,Xiaop

Seismic anisotropy beneath the Shumagin Islands segment of the Aleutian-Alaska subduction zone   (Citations: 57)
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Journal: Journal of Geophysical Research , vol. 100, no. B9, 1995
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    • ...This splitting pattern is similar to the trench-parallel pattern that is seen in many subduction zones (Yang et al., 1995; Smith et al., 2001; Nakajima and Hasegawa, 2004; Long and van der Hilst, 2005, 2006; Anderson et al., 2004; Nakajima et al., 2006)...

    Erik A. Knelleret al. Olivine fabric transitions and shear wave anisotropy in the Ryukyu sub...

    • ...We investigate the possibility of depth-dependent lag times, as would be expected if anisotropy extends throughout the depth range studied, and has been noted for several other subduction zones (Yang et al. 1995; Fouch & Fischer 1996)...

    S. H. Pozgayet al. Complex mantle flow in the Mariana subduction system: evidence from sh...

    • ...In many subduction zones, the polarization of the fast shear wave near a trench is often paralleltothe trench (Andoet al.,1983;Shihetal.,1991; Iidaka and Obara, 1995; Yang and Fischer, 1995; Fouch and Fischer, 1996; Margheriti et al., 1996; Smith et al., 2001; Christensen et al., 2003; Shimizu et al., 2003; Nakajima and Hasegawa, 2004; Long and van der Hilst, 2005)...

    H. Junget al. Effect of water and stress on the lattice-preferred orientation of oli...

    • ...Both trench-parallel and trench-perpendicular fast directions have been observed in subduction zone settings (for a detailed review, see Wiens and Smith, 2003), but trench-parallel fast directions seem to be more common and have been observed or inferred in New Zealand (Marson-Pidgeon et al., 1999), the Aleutians (Yang et al., 1995; Mehl et al., 2003), Japan (Fouch and Fischer, 1996), and Tonga (Fischer and Wiens, 1996), among other ...

    Maureen D. Longet al. Shear wave splitting from local events beneath the Ryukyu arc: Trench-...

    • ...Many regions exhibit fast direction populations with orientations both parallel and orthogonal to local trench strike, including New Zealand (A) [41,57–59], Tonga–Kermadec (B) [8,10,42], Philippines (C) [37,60], Japan (D) [11,12,33,43–47], Kamchatka (E and F) [13,14], Aleutian Islands (G) [61], Alaska (H) [62], Cascadia and Western US (I and J) [63–67], Caribbean (K) [54,68], and South America (L) [15–17]...

    Teresa Mae Lassaket al. Seismic characterization of mantle flow in subduction systems: Can we ...

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