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The Transition From An Intraoceanic Submarine Acretionary Prism To The Onland Fold-And-Thrust Belt In The Taiwan Arc-Continent Collision.

AuthorsAlvarez-Marrón, Joaquina CSIC ORCID ; Brown, Dennis CSIC ORCID ; Alcalde, Juan CSIC ORCID ; Kuo-Chen, Hao
Issue Date15-Mar-2020
AbstractThe region of Taiwan is undergoing active, oblique arc-continent colision between the Luzon Arc on the Philippine Sea Plate and the continental margin of Eurasia. The Fold-and-Thrust Belt (FTB) in Taiwan passes southwards into a submarine accretionary wedge at the Manila subduction zone. The aim of this contribution is to examine how an on land FTB changes into a marine accretionary prism in the context of an oblique arc-continent collision. Preliminary results are presented in this poster
Description19th International Symposium on Deep Seismic Profiling of the Continents and their Margins, 15th – 20 th March 2020, Perth, Australia
Publisher version (URL)http://seismix2020.org.au/session-presentations/
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