Simon M Peacock
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Partial melting of subducting oceanic crust
SM Peacock, T Rushmer, AB Thompson
Earth and planetary science letters 121 (1-2), 227-244, 1994
9661994
Fluid processes in subduction zones
SA Peacock
Science 248 (4953), 329-337, 1990
9591990
Subduction factory 1. Theoretical mineralogy, densities, seismic wave speeds, and H2O contents
BR Hacker, GA Abers, SM Peacock
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B1), 2003
7922003
Subduction factory 2. Are intermediate‐depth earthquakes in subducting slabs linked to metamorphic dehydration reactions?
BR Hacker, SM Peacock, GA Abers, SD Holloway
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B1), 2003
7912003
Seismic consequences of warm versus cool subduction metamorphism: Examples from southwest and northeast Japan
SM Peacock, K Wang
Science 286 (5441), 937-939, 1999
7231999
Serpentinization of the forearc mantle
RD Hyndman, SM Peacock
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 212 (3-4), 417-432, 2003
6372003
An inverted continental Moho and serpentinization of the forearc mantle
MG Bostock, RD Hyndman, S Rondenay, SM Peacock
Nature 417 (6888), 536-538, 2002
5582002
Thermal and petrologic structure of subduction zones
SM Peacock
Subduction: top to bottom 96, 119-133, 1996
5181996
Are the lower planes of double seismic zones caused by serpentine dehydration in subducting oceanic mantle?
SM Peacock
Geology 29 (4), 299-302, 2001
4802001
High‐resolution models of subduction zones: Implications for mineral dehydration reactions and the transport of water into the deep mantle
PE Van Keken, B Kiefer, SM Peacock
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 3 (10), 1 of 20-20 of 20, 2002
4172002
Seismic evidence for overpressured subducted oceanic crust and megathrust fault sealing
P Audet, MG Bostock, NI Christensen, SM Peacock
Nature 457 (7225), 76-78, 2009
3762009
The importance of blueschist→ eclogite dehydration reactions in subducting oceanic crust
SM Peacock
Geological Society of America Bulletin 105 (5), 684-694, 1993
3351993
Hydrous minerals in the mantle wedge and the maximum depth of subduction thrust earthquakes
SM Peacock, RD Hyndman
Geophysical Research Letters 26 (16), 2517-2520, 1999
2601999
Large-scale hydration of the lithosphere above subducting slabs
SM Peacock
Chemical Geology 108 (1-4), 49-59, 1993
2481993
Thermal structure and metamorphic evolution of subducting slabs
SM Peacock
Geophysical Monograph-American Geophysical Union 138, 7-22, 2003
1982003
Numerical simulation of metamorphic pressure‐temperature‐time paths and fluid production in subducting slabs
SM Peacock
Tectonics 9 (5), 1197-1211, 1990
1811990
Boron isotopic composition of subduction-zone metamorphic rocks
SM Peacock, RL Hervig
Chemical Geology 160 (4), 281-290, 1999
1671999
Isotopic and elemental partitioning of boron between hydrous fluid and silicate melt
RL Hervig, GM Moore, LB Williams, SM Peacock, JR Holloway, ...
American Mineralogist 87 (5-6), 769-774, 2002
1602002
Blueschist‐facies metamorphism, shear heating, and P‐T‐t paths in subduction shear zones
SM Peacock
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 97 (B12), 17693-17707, 1992
1531992
Thermal structure of the Costa Rica–Nicaragua subduction zone
SM Peacock, PE van Keken, SD Holloway, BR Hacker, GA Abers, ...
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 149 (1-2), 187-200, 2005
1502005
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