volume 25, issue 5, P703-706 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98gl00137
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Abstract: Abstract. Topographic and Free-air gravimetric profiles across subduction zones show two distinct signatures. Average low topography (-1250 m) and pronounced gravimetric anomalies characterize west-directed subduction zones. Average elevated topography (1200 m) and smoother gravimetric waves are peculiar to east-or northeast-directed subduction zones. These differences are particularly evident along the Pacific margins, but they persist also along the other subduction zones of the world in the Atlantic, Medit…

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