q ... developed out of two symposia: 'Deformation at Convergent Margins', convened at the European Union of Geosciences meeting (EUG XI) at Strasbourg in April 2001; and 'Vertical Coupling and Decoupling at Convergent Margins', convened at the AGU Fall meeting in San Francisco in December 2001q--Acknowledgements.(1) Very high-temperature rocks produce magma that behaves as a low-viscosity (104 to 1010 Pa s) Newtonian body (Shaw 1972; Holtz et al. ... In order to investigate in more detail the rheology of melt plus matrix systems, we map the stress-strain rate field in which PMR plot. ... Bracketing geological stress between 0.1 and 100 MPa (5 to 8 in log coordinates), the two lines do not coincide and delimit ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Vertical Coupling and Decoupling in the Lithosphere|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of London - 2004-01-01|