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AuthorsScalera, G. 
TitleThe geodinamic meaning of the deep earthquakes: First clues for a global perspective for fold belts?
Issue DateDec-2006
Series/Report no.n.41 (December), 2006
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/2314
KeywordsDeep earthquakes
Vertical displacements
Orogenic processes
Mantle phase changes
Expanding Earth
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.01. Earth Interior::04.01.02. Geological and geophysical evidences of deep processes 
AbstractAbstract: Earthquakes are not uniformly distributed either along mountain belts and arcs or in depth. The zones in which the deeper earthquakes originate are shown, and their regional and global context is examined. The characteristic inhomogeneous pattern is inspected in the Italian region as well on a Mediterranean and global scale. A possible reinterpretation of global tectonics is proposed with non-collisional orogenic processes – involving global expansion, rifting, isostasy, surfaceward flow of deep material, gravitational spreading, and phase changes.
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