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Magmatic response to the late phanerozoic plate subduction beneath East Asia

S. V. Rasskazov

Magmatic response to the late phanerozoic plate subduction beneath East Asia

by S. V. Rasskazov

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Published by Tōhoku Daigaku Tōhoku Ajia Kenkyū Sentā in Sendai-shi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Structural.,
  • Magmatism -- East Asia.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSergey Rasskazov, Hiromitsu Taniguchi.
    SeriesTōhoku Ajia Kenkyū Sentā sōsho -- dai 21-gō
    ContributionsTaniguchi, Hiromitsu, 1945-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE601 .R264 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination156 p. :
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16269876M
    ISBN 104901449338
    ISBN 109784901449335
    LC Control Number2007338269

    Convergent plate motion at ∼– Ma generated the Tongbai-Dabie-Sulu (east-central China)-Imjingang-Gyeonggi (central Korea)-Renge-Suo (Southwestern Japan)-Sikhote-Alin orogen along the paleo-Pacific edge of cratonal Asia. This amalgamated belt reflects collision between the Sino-Korean and Yangtze cratons on the SW portion, and accretion of outboard oceanic arcs ± sialic fragments Cited by: the Nazca Plate was subducted), the result of the latter plate’s westward movement in response to the opening of the Atlantic Ocean to the east. This subduction-uplift process was accompanied by the intrusion of considerable quantities of magma from the mantle, first in .

    Subduction zones are major sites of volcanism on the Earth. As one crustal plate sinks or is pushed beneath another, hot magma is produced and the resultant magma flux is fundamental to both the thermal evolution and chemical differentiation of the mantle and the Earth magny-notaires.com: Yoshiyuki Tatsumi. Jan 14,  · Alpine and Pacific styles of Phanerozoic mountain building: subduction-zone petrogenesis of continental crust W. G. Ernst Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA Introduction The geological complexities of contr-actional orogenic belts have been studied for two centuries, yet our.

    Subduction was widely occurring in the Phanerozoic, including subduction and closure of Paleo-Asian Ocean in Carboniferous to Middle Jurassic, subduction of the Yang Tze Craton under the North China Craton in Late Triassic, and subduction of Paleo-Pacific Plate in the Jurassic and the Cretaceous as mentioned in the previous part. The subduction. Subduction zone is one of the most critical tectonic phenomena on Earth. Its correlation to the formation of volcanic arc, deep earthquake, and basins attract the minds of geologists. The profound role of subduction zone emerges as methods in geophysics reveal the structure and composition of materials deep beneath the Earth’s magny-notaires.comition: December


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Magmatic response to the late phanerozoic plate subduction beneath East Asia by S. V. Rasskazov Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Magmatic response to the late phanerozoic plate subduction beneath East Asia. [S V Rasskazov; Hiromitsu Taniguchi].

Mesozoic plate subduction in West Pacific and tectono-magmatic response in the East Asian ocean-continent connection zone. Sanzhong Li 1,2,* Age of the subducting Pacific slab beneath East Asia and its geodynamic implications.

The golden transformation Cited by: 9. Early Jurassic calc-alkaline magmatism in northeast China: Magmatic response to subduction of the Paleo-Pacific Plate beneath the Eurasian continent. Reinitiation of subduction and magmatic response in SW Japan during Neogene time Origin of the late Cenozoic intra-plate basalts on the East Eurasia margin.

in the mantle transition zone. Magmatic response to the late phanerozoic plate subduction beneath East Asia by S.

Rasskazov: The Microeconomics of Income Distribution Dynamics in East Asia and Latin America by François Bourguignon: Modern East Asia from A Cultural, Social, and Political History by Anne Walthall.

ward drift required subduction of the Philip-pine Sea plate beneath SW Japan, leading to the formation of a magmatic arc. Subduction of the hot Shikoku Basin lithosphere and spreading ridge resulted in distinctive vol-canism in the SW Japan forearc between 17 and 12 Ma.

This volcanism included mid-oceanic-ridge basalt (MORB)-like intrusions. The Early Jurassic calc-alkaline igneous rocks in NE China form a NE-trending belt along an active continental margin, perpendicular to the contemporary movement direction of the Paleo-Pacific Plate. Thus, they probably represent the magmatic response to initial subduction of the Paleo-Pacific Plate beneath Eurasia in the magny-notaires.com by: Mar 29,  · Wang F, Xu Y G, Xu W L, Yang L, Wu W, Sun C Y.

Early Jurassic calc-alkaline magmatism in northeast China: Magmatic response to subduction of the Paleo-Pacific Plate beneath the Eurasian continent. J Asian Earth Sci, – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: The Jurassic is characterized by a significant decrease of magmatic activity, probably related to the end of Mongol-Okhotsk subduction beneath the studied area.

The spatial relationship of the Late Permian – Middle Triassic granitoids, and the Late Triassic granitoids is typical for an active continental margin developing above a subduction magny-notaires.com by: What do geologists believe is responsible for the high spreading rate at the East Pacific Ridge.

Within a downgoing plate at a subduction zone. A volcanic island arc forms when _____. An oceanic plate subducts beneath another oceanic plate. Segments of the mid-ocean ridge system are offset.

Between the offset segments we observe _____. Subduction is a geological process that takes place at convergent boundaries of tectonic plates where one plate moves under another and is forced to sink due to gravity into the mantle.

Regions where this process occurs are known as subduction magny-notaires.com of subduction are typically in centimeters per year, with the average rate of convergence being approximately two to eight centimeters per.

The type of plate boundary that occurs when a plate of oceanic lithosphere plunges beneath an overriding plate of continental crust. Convergent. Evidence for divergent boundaries. Rift valleys, oceanic ridges. Portion of motion of a tectonic plate that can be accounted for by its subduction, driven by the weight of cold, dense plates.

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Apr 23,  · Subduction of the Philippine Sea plate beneath Japan is a great target to improve our understanding of relationship between release and transport of fluids, crustal rheology, and seismogenic processes in subduction zones since fine‐scale subduction structures and associated seismicity are well defined by dense seismic magny-notaires.com by: 5.

Cenozoic tectonic evolution of Asia: A preliminary synthesis The continental-margin extension of east Asia was developed in two stages: initially in a widely distributed zone that has an east-west width of – km Pacific trench system or (2) oblique subduction of Pacific plate beneath Asia that had produced a series of en.

Subduction zone, oceanic trench area marginal to a continent in which, according to the theory of plate tectonics, older and denser seafloor underthrusts the continental mass, dragging downward into the Earth’s upper mantle the accumulated trench sediments.

The subduction zone, accordingly, is the antithesis of the mid-oceanic ridge. Subduction zones are situated in areas of the lithosphere plate interaction in conditions of their convergence.

Such interaction takes place in active margins of continents or island arcs and evokes the formation of some Earth's crust structural elements and specific mineral deposits. Southward drift required subduction of the Philippine Sea plate beneath SW Japan, leading to the formation of a magmatic arc.

Subduction of the hot Shikoku Basin lithosphere and spreading ridge resulted in distinctive volcanism in the SW Japan forearc between 17 and 12 magny-notaires.com by: Jul 08,  · The magmatic arc in the southernmost Andes is represented by the Fuegian Batholith and satellite plutons, plus minor volcanic and volcaniclastic sequences.

Magmatism was active from the Late Jurassic to the Miocene in response to subduction of the Pacific plates beneath South magny-notaires.com by: 7. They are therefore the optimum locations for studies of mantle processes and magmatic addition to the crust in subduction zones.

This volume contains a collection of papers that exploit the relative simplicity of intra-oceanic subduction systems to provide insights into the tectonic, magmatic and hydrothermal processes associated with magny-notaires.com by:.

[3] In southwestern (SW) Japan, the Philippine Sea plate subducts along the Sagami and Nankai troughs with a subduction velocity of 3 to 5 cm/yr, and the Pacific plate subducts along the Japan and Izu-Bonin trenches with a subduction velocity of 8 cm/yr [e.g., Seno et al., ].

The Philippine Sea plate is divided into three north-southCited by: Nov 08,  · A number of international seismic experiments have been carried out in Tibet to unravel the structure of the crust and upper mantle below the high plateau caused by the Indian-Eurasian continental magny-notaires.com collision, which has been ongoing since 50 million years ago, forms the highest mountains and the biggest plateau on Earth and also deforms large parts of central and east magny-notaires.com by: Two I-type granitoids and diorites yielded latest Early and Late Cretaceous weighted mean ages of ± and ± Ma.

All three magmatic rocks are in close proximity to the meta-igneous rocks and are interpreted to record Cretaceous magmatism at the Paleo-Pacific subduction margin.