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Plate Boundary Zones

Vol. 30, 2002

GEODYNAMICS SERIES, VOL. 30, 425 PP., 2002
ISSN: 0277-6669; ISBN: 0-87590-532-3

Plate Boundary Zones

S. Stein and J. T. Freymueller (Eds.)

An important change in ideas about plate tectonics has been the recognition that the boundaries between plates are often broad zones of deformation, rather than the narrow boundaries originally assumed in plate tectonic theory. Hence, although it used to be common to straddle the San Andreas fault and view one leg as being on the Pacific plate and the other in North America, it is now recognized that such a straddle would require a 1500‐km leg span across the plate boundary zone extending across much of western North America.

Citation: Stein, S., and J. T. Freymueller (Eds.) (2002), Plate Boundary Zones, Geodyn. Ser., vol. 30, 425 pp., AGU, Washington, D. C., doi:10.1029/GD030.

Stein, Seth; Freymueller, Jeffrey T.

Preface

pp. vii-vii

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Stein, Seth; Sella, Giovanni F.

Plate boundary zones: Concepts and approaches

pp. 1-26

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Bennett, Richard A.; Davis, James L.; Normandeau, James E.; Wernicke, Brian P.

Space geodetic measurements of plate boundary deformation in the western U.S. Cordillera

pp. 27-55

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Devoti, R.; Ferraro, C.; Lanotte, R.; Luceri, V.; Nardi, A.; Pacione, R.; Rutigliano, P.; Sciarretta, C.; Gueguen, E.; Bianco, G.; Vespe, F.

Geophysical interpretation of geodetic deformations in the central Mediterranean area

pp. 57-65

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Grenerczy, Gyula

Tectonic processes in the Eurasian-African plate boundary zone revealed by space geodesy

pp. 67-86

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Stevens, Colleen W.; McCaffrey, Robert; Bock, Yehuda; Genrich, Joachim F.; Pubellier, Manuel; Subarya, Cecep

Evidence for block rotations and basal shear in the world's fastest slipping continental shear zone in NW New Guinea

pp. 87-99

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McCaffrey, Robert

Crustal block rotations and plate coupling

pp. 101-122

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Klosko, Eryn R.; Stein, Seth; Hindle, David; Kley, Jonas; Norabuena, Edmundo; Dixon, Timothy; Liu, Mian

Comparison of GPS, seismological, and geological observations of Andean Mountain building

pp. 123-133

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Hindle, D.; Kley, J.

Displacements, strains and rotations in the Central Andean plate boundary zone

pp. 135-144

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Al-Zoubi, Abdallah S.

The Dead Sea basin, its structural setting and evaporite tectonics

pp. 145-172

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Kreemer, Corné; Holt, William E.; Haines, A. John

The global moment rate distribution within plate boundary zones

pp. 173-190

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Langenhorst, Amy R.; Okal, Emile A.

Correlation of β-value with spreading rate for strike-slip earthquakes of the Mid-Oceanic Ridge System

pp. 191-202

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Bird, Peter; Kagan, Yan Y.; Jackson, David D.

Plate tectonics and earthquake potential of spreading ridges and oceanic transform faults

pp. 203-218

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McGuire, Jeffrey J.; Jordan, Thomas H.; Lin, Jian

Complexities of transform fault plate boundaries in the oceans

pp. 219-241

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Stein, Seth; Sella, Giovanni F.; Okal, Emile A.

The January 26, 2001 Bhuj earthquake and the diffuse western boundary of the Indian plate

pp. 243-254

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Li, Qingsong; Liu, Mian; Yang, Youqing

The 01/26/2001 Bhuj, India, earthquake: Intraplate or interplate?

pp. 255-264

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Zatman, Stephen; Richards, Mark A.

On the evolution of motion across diffuse plate boundaries

pp. 265-281

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Coblentz, David; Stüwe, Kurt

A review of using the ƒcl diagram to evaluate continental deformation

pp. 283-294

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Park, Jeffrey; Levin, Vadim; Brandon, Mark; Lees, Jonathan; Peyton, Valerie; Gordeev, Evgenni; Ozerov, Alexei

A dangling slab, amplified arc volcanism, mantle flow and seismic anisotropy in the Kamchatka plate corner

pp. 295-324

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Liu, Mian; Yang, Youqing; Stein, Seth; Klosko, Eryn

Crustal shortening and extension in the central Andes: Insights from a viscoelastic model

pp. 325-339

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Tandon, Kush; Lorenzo, Juan M.; Widiyantoro, Sri; O'Brien, Geoffrey W.

Variations in inelastic failure of subducting continental lithosphere and tectonic development: Australia-Banda arc convergence

pp. 341-357

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Hamilton, Warren B.

The closed upper-mantle circulation of plate tectonics

pp. 359-410

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Anderson, Don L.

Plate tectonics as a far-from-equilibrium self-organized system

pp. 411-425

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