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STABILITY OF RIDGE-RIDGE-RIDGE TRIPLE JUNCTIONS BASED ON THE MECHANICS OF RIFT INTERACTION: THE NORTHERN GALÁPAGOS AND RODRIGUEZ TRIPLE JUNCTIONS
Although known to be kinematically stable, Ridge-Ridge-Ridge (RRR) triple junctions sometimes display a complex sequence of short-lived rifts and no direct connection between the ridges. The Galápagos Triple Junction, in ...
Transport properties and melt distribution of partially molten mantle rocks: insights from micro-computed tomography and virtual rock physics simulations
Mid-ocean ridges are a fundamental component of plate tectonics on Earth. They are the longest mountain ranges; combined, they stretch over 70,000 km of the Earth’s surface. They are significant sources of volcanism, ...