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By Renata Dmowska, Göran Ekström

Reprint from natural and utilized Geophysics (PAGEOPH), quantity 142 (1994), No. 1

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1984c); D85A, DZIEWONSKI et af. (1985a); DW83, DZIEWONSKI and WOODHOUSE (1983); F, FORSYTH (1982); G, GIARDINI et af. (1985). T2 T5 T6 TIO TI4 TI5 TI8 T23 T25 T26 Event Num. Tonga Trench Outer rise earthquakes /rom C R's data, used in the combined data set Table Ib <: VI IV (JQ i::s (") 0 l ::s n ... - 216 Xinping Liu and Karen C. "'===--==:::f! ), Marianas (M), Kurile (Kur), and Kamchatka (Kam) subduction zones. Open circles represent tensional earthquakes, solid circles for compressional ones.

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