Fluid sources and pathways of the Costa Rica erosional convergent margin: COSTA RICA FLUID SOURCES AND PATHWAYS

@inproceedings{Tryon2010FluidSA,
  title={Fluid sources and pathways of the Costa Rica erosional convergent margin: COSTA RICA FLUID SOURCES AND PATHWAYS},
  author={Michael D. Tryon and C. Geoffrey Wheat and David R. Hilton},
  year={2010}
}
[1] The margins community has only relatively recently begun to examine the tectonics and associated hydrologic systems of erosive convergent margins, which are substantially different as compared with accretionary margins. In this respect, the type example erosive margin is the Costa Rica system, which has been the subject of numerous recent large-scale investigations. Here pore fluids expelled at the wedge toe and at midslope mounds and mud volcanoes have been interpreted to have a common… CONTINUE READING

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