Supplemental material: Emergent and animated COLLADA models of the Tonga Trench and Samoa Archipelago: Implications for geoscience modeling, education, and research
journal contributionposted on 20.03.2012 by Declan G. De Paor, Steve C. Wild, Mladen M. Dordevic
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Geosphere, April 2012, v. 8, p. 491-506, doi:10.1130/GES00758.1, Model 4 - In this scenario, the slab encounters resistance to subduction due to mid-mantle phase and viscosity changes (430 km is marked by the olivine-spinal transition, whereas the spinel-perovskite transition occurs at 670 km) and it develops a bend that rolls back. See text for details. See also Figure 21. This zip file contains the KML file for Supplemental Model 4. To view the html file of Supplemental Models 1-6 with a Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari web browser, please visit http://dx.doi.org/10.1130/GES00758.S5. File size is 3.6 MB.