Paola Vannucchi
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Controls on tectonic accretion versus erosion in subduction zones: Implications for the origin and recycling of the continental crust
P Clift, P Vannucchi
Reviews of Geophysics 42 (2), 2004
Generic model of subduction erosion
R Von Huene, CR Ranero, P Vannucchi
Geology 32 (10), 913-916, 2004
Hydrogeological system of erosional convergent margins and its influence on tectonics and interplate seismogenesis
CR Ranero, I Grevemeyer, H Sahling, U Barckhausen, C Hensen, ...
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 9 (3), 2008
Tectonic erosion and consequent collapse of the Pacific margin of Costa Rica: Combined implications from ODP Leg 170, seismic offshore data, and regional geology of the Nicoya …
P Vannucchi, DW Scholl, M Meschede, K McDougall‐Reid
Tectonics 20 (5), 649-668, 2001
Fast rates of subduction erosion along the Costa Rica Pacific margin: Implications for nonsteady rates of crustal recycling at subduction zones
P Vannucchi, CR Ranero, S Galeotti, SM Straub, DW Scholl, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research 108 (B11), 2511, 2003
Crustal redistribution, crust–mantle recycling and Phanerozoic evolution of the continental crust
PD Clift, P Vannucchi, JP Morgan
Earth-Science Reviews 97 (1-4), 80-104, 2009
Geological record of fluid flow and seismogenesis along an erosive subducting plate boundary
P Vannucchi, F Remitti, G Bettelli
Nature 451 (7179), 699-703, 2008
Long-term subduction-erosion along the Guatemalan margin of the Middle America Trench
P Vannucchi, S Galeotti, PD Clift, CR Ranero, R von Huene
Geology 32 (7), 617-620, 2004
Active thrusting in the inner forearc of an erosive convergent margin, Pacific coast, Costa Rica
DM Fisher, TW Gardner, PB Sak, JD Sanchez, K Murphy, P Vannucchi
Tectonics 23 (2), 2004
On the nature of scaly fabric and scaly clay
P Vannucchi, A Maltman, G Bettelli, B Clennell
Journal of Structural Geology 25 (5), 673-688, 2003
Intra-arc extension in Central America: links between plate motions, tectonics, volcanism, and geochemistry
JP Morgan, CR Ranero, P Vannucchi
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 272 (1-2), 365-371, 2008
From seamount accretion to tectonic erosion: Formation of Osa Mélange and the effects of Cocos Ridge subduction in southern Costa Rica
P Vannucchi, DM Fisher, S Bier, TW Gardner
Tectonics 25 (2), 2006
Structural style of the offscraped Ligurian oceanic sequences of the Northern Apennines: new hypothesis concerning the development of mélange block-in-matrix fabric
G Bettelli, P Vannucchi
Journal of Structural Geology 25 (3), 371-388, 2003
Arc-continent collisions, sediment recycling and the maintenance of the continental crust
PD Clift, H Schouten, P Vannucchi
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 318 (1), 75-103, 2009
Structure, inferred mechanical properties, and implications for fluid transport in the décollement zone, Costa Rica convergent margin
H Tobin, P Vannucchi, M Meschede
Geology 29 (10), 907-910, 2001
Rapid pulses of uplift, subsidence, and subduction erosion offshore Central America: Implications for building the rock record of convergent margins
P Vannucchi, PB Sak, JP Morgan, K Ohkushi, K Ujiie, ...
Geology 41 (9), 995-998, 2013
Toward a dynamic concept of the subduction channel at erosive convergent margins with implications for interplate material transfer
P Vannucchi, F Sage, J Phipps Morgan, F Remitti, JY Collot
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 13 (2), 2012
Mechanisms of subduction accretion as implied from the broken formations in the Apennines, Italy
P Vannucchi, G Bettelli
Geology 30 (9), 835-838, 2002
Tectonic and sedimentary evolution of the frontal part of an ancient subduction complex at the transition from accretion to erosion: The case of the Ligurian wedge of the …
F Remitti, P Vannucchi, G Bettelli, L Fantoni, F Panini, P Vescovi
Bulletin 123 (1-2), 51-70, 2011
Deformation structures and implications for fluid flow at the Costa Rica convergent margin, ODP Sites 1040 and 1043, Leg 170
P Vannucchi, H Tobin
Journal of Structural Geology 22 (8), 1087-1103, 2000
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