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Composition, Structure and Dynamics of the Lithosphere-Asthenosphere System the Earth's crustal and mantle structure, its composition and dynamics.
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Creti 12, I Bologna, Italy. We propose a structural model for the lithosphere-asthenosphere system for the Italic region by means of the S-wave velocity V S distribution with depth. The 3D V S structure and its uncertainties of the study region is assembled as a juxtaposition of the selected representative cellular models.

The distribution of seismicity and heat flow is used as an independent constraint for the definition of the crustal and lithospheric thickness. The moment tensor inversion of recent damaging earthquakes which occurred in the Italic region is performed through a powerful non-linear technique and it is related to the different rheologic-mechanic properties of the crust and uppermost mantle. The obtained picture of the lithosphere-asthenosphere system for the Italic region confirms a mantle extremely vertically stratified and laterally strongly heterogeneous.

The lateral variability in the mantle is interpreted in terms of subduction zones, slab dehydration, inherited mantle chemical anisotropies, asthenospheric upwellings, and so on. The western Alps and the Dinarides have slabs with low dip, whereas the Apennines show a steeper subduction. No evidence for any type of mantle plume is observed. The asymmetric expansion of the Tyrrhenian Sea, which may be interpreted as related to a relative eastward mantle flow with respect to the overlying lithosphere, is confirmed.

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Marco Zuri. Advanced Search. Article Navigation. Close mobile search navigation Article Navigation. Volume Article Contents. Thermomechanical structure of European continental lithosphere: constraints from rheological profiles and EET estimates Sierd Cloetingh. Oxford Academic. Google Scholar. Evgene B.

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Cite Citation. Permissions Icon Permissions. Summary The EET equivalent elastic thickness of the lithosphere is a measure of the integrated lithospheric strength. Flexure of the lithosphere , focal depth , lithospheric deformation , Moho discontinuity , rheology , tectonics. Regional gravity anomalies, depth or the foreland basin and isostatic compensation of the new Guinea highlands. Search ADS.

Different Layers of the Earth - It's Interior, Structure and Composition

Evolution of an active continental margin as exemplified by the Alpine history of the Caucasus. Density inhomogencities, isostasy and flexural rigidity of the lithosphere in the Transcaspian region. Isotasiya lithospheri Turkmenii.

Composition, Structure and Dynamics of the Lithosphere-Asthenosphere System

Isostasy of the lithosphere in Turkmenia. Spektralno-statistichesky analiz anomal'nogo gravitazionnogo polya Spectral-Statistical analysis of the anomalous gravity field of Eurasia. Subcrustal density inhomogeneities of Northern Eurasia as derived from the gravity data and isostatic models of the lithosphere. Google Preview. A geodynamic framework for interpreting crustal scale seismic reflectivity patterns.

From rifting to drifting: tectonic evolution of the South-Alpine upper crust from the Triassic to the Early Cretaceous. Carpathian forland fold and thrust hell and its relation to Pannonian and others basins.

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Shortening of analogous models of the continental lithosphere. New hypothesis for the formation of the Tibetan plateau. The effective elastic thickness T e of continental lithosphere: What does it really mean. Gravity anomalies, the deep structure, and dynamic processes beneath the Tien Shan. Continental lithosphere folding in Central Asia part 2 , constraints from gravity and topography.

A broken plate beneath the North Baikal rift zone revealed by gravity modelling. Focal depths of intracontinental and intraplate earthquakes and their implications for the thermal and mechanical properties of the lithosphere. Evolution of passive continental margins and initiation of subduction zones. Flexural interaction and the dynamics of Neogene extensional basin formation in the Alboran-Betic region.


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Some remarks on isostasy and the long-term behavior of the contimental lithosphere. Earthquake focal depth below, the Alps and northern Alpine foreland of Switzerland. A forward approach to the problem of non-linear viscoelasticity and the thickness of the mechanical lithosphere. Evidence for a seismogenic upper mantle and lower crust in the Baikal rift. Seismicity, active faults and stress field of the North Muya Region, Baikal Rift: New insights on the rheology of extended continental lithosphere.

Crustal evolution of the Rhinegraben area, I. Exploring the lower crust in the Rhinegraben rift by unified geophysical experiments. Mantle phase changes and deep-earthquake faulting in subducting lithosphere. Compensation of Paleozoic orogens: a comparison of the Urals to the Appalachians. Bending and unbending of an elastic lithosphere: The Cenozoic history of the Apennine and Dinaride fordeep basins.

The distribution of stress with depth in the lithosphere: thermo-rheological and geodynamic constraints. Dependence of the flexural rigidity of the continental lithosphere on rheolog; and temperature. The extensional strength of the continental lithosphere: its dependence on geothermal gradient, and crustal composition and thickness. Deep seismic reflections and the deformational mechanics of the continental lithosphere. Geodynamics of Spreading und Subduction zones, and the two-level plate tectonics.

Constraints on the structure of the Himalaya from an analysis of gravity anomalies and a flexural model of the lithosphere. Gravity anomalies and the structure of the western Tibet and the southern Tarim basin. Coincident conductive and reflective middle and lower crust in southern British Columbia. Periodic instabilities during compression or extension of the lithosphere: 1. Deformation modes from an analytical perturbation method. Implications of regional gravity for state of stress in the Earth's crust and upper mantle.

Limits of stresses in continental crusts and their relation lo the depth-frequency distribution of shallow earthquakes. Extension, detachment, and sedimentation in continental rifts with particular reference to East Africa. Glacial isostasy and long-term crustal movements in Fennoscandia with respect to lithospheric and asthenospheric processes and properties.

Composition, Structure and Dynamics of the Lithosphere-Asthenosphere System (Geodynamics Series)

Continental lithospherc folding in Central Asia Part 2 : constraints from geological observations. Kinematic history of the opening of the Black Sea and its effect on the surrounding regions. A lithospheric cross section along the European Geotraverse through the Swiss Alps—an example of continent-continent collision part II : aspects of the present-day mechanical structure.