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Bending-related faulting and mantle serpentinization at the Middle America trench
CR Ranero, J Phipps Morgan, K McIntosh, C Reichert
Nature 425 (6956), 367-373, 2003
Subduction erosion along the Middle America convergent margin
CR Ranero, R von Huene
Nature 404 (6779), 748-752, 2000
Magnetic anomaly interpretation across the southern central Andes (32–34 S): The role of the Juan Fernández Ridge in the late Tertiary evolution of the margin
GA Yáńez, CR Ranero, R von Huene, J Díaz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B4), 6325-6345, 2001
Generic model of subduction erosion
R von Huene, CR Ranero, P Vannucchi
Geology 32 (10), 913-916, 2004
Revised tectonic boundaries in the Cocos Plate off Costa Rica: Implications for the segmentation of the convergent margin and for plate tectonic models
U Barckhausen, CR Ranero, R von Huene, SC Cande, HA Roeser
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 106 (B9), 19207-19220, 2001
Quaternary convergent margin tectonics of Costa Rica, segmentation of the Cocos Plate, and Central American volcanism
R von Huene, CR Ranero, W Weinrebe, K Hinz
Tectonics 19 (2), 314-334, 2000
Subduction erosion and basal friction along the sediment‐starved convergent margin off Antofagasta, Chile
R von Huene, CR Ranero
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B2), 2003
Relationship between bend‐faulting at trenches and intermediate‐depth seismicity
CR Ranero, A Villaseńor, J Phipps Morgan, W Weinrebe
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 6 (12), 2005
Fluid expulsion related to mud extrusion off Costa Rica—A window to the subducting slab
C Hensen, K Wallmann, M Schmidt, CR Ranero, E Suess
Geology 32 (3), 201-204, 2004
The Challenger–Juan Fernández–Maipo major tectonic transition of the Nazca–Andean subduction system at 33–34 S: geodynamic evidence and implications
G Yáńez, J Cembrano, M Pardo, C Ranero, D Selles
Journal of South American Earth Sciences 15 (1), 23-38, 2002
Sequential faulting explains the asymmetry and extension discrepancy of conjugate margins
CR Ranero, M Pérez-Gussinyé
Nature 468 (7321), 294-299, 2010
Crustal types and Tertiary tectonic evolution of the Alborán sea, western Mediterranean
G Booth‐Rea, CR Ranero, JM Martínez‐Martínez, I Grevemeyer
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 8 (10), 2007
Tectonic control of the subducting Juan Fernández Ridge on the Andean margin near Valparaiso, Chile
R Von Huene, J Corvalán, ER Flueh, K Hinz, J Korstgard, CR Ranero, ...
Tectonics 16 (3), 474-488, 1997
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
Geophysical evidence for hydration of the crust and mantle of the Nazca plate during bending at the north Chile trench
CR Ranero, V Sallarčs
Geology 32 (7), 549-552, 2004
Drowned 14-my-old Galápagos archipelago off the coast of Costa Rica: implications for tectonic and evolutionary models
R Werner, K Hoernle, P van den Bogaard, C Ranero, R von Huene, ...
Geology 27 (6), 499-502, 1999
Mechanisms of extension at nonvolcanic margins: Evidence from the Galicia interior basin, west of Iberia
M Pérez‐Gussinyé, CR Ranero, TJ Reston, D Sawyer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B5), 2003
Structure of oceanic crust and serpentinization at subduction trenches
I Grevemeyer, CR Ranero, M Ivandic
Geosphere 14 (2), 395-418, 2018
Passive and active seismological study of bending-related faulting and mantle serpentinization at the Middle America trench
I Grevemeyer, CR Ranero, ER Flueh, D Kläschen, J Bialas
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 258 (3-4), 528-542, 2007
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: Solid Earth 108 (B11), 2003
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