subduction

Pronunciation Noun

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Pronunciation Noun

**subduction**

- The action of being pushed or drawn beneath another object.
- (
*geology*) The process of one tectonic plate moving beneath another and sinking into the mantle at a convergent plate boundary.**2000**, Ki-Hong Chang, Sun-Ok Park, Soobum Chang,*Upper Mesozoic unconformity-bounded units of Korean Peninsula with Koguryo Magmatic Province*, H. Okada, N. J. Mateer (editors),*Cretaceous Environments of Asia*, Elsevier, page 108 ↗,- Therefore, both a mantle plume and also the
**subductions**of the oceanic plates may have mutually contributed to create the magmatic zone.

- Therefore, both a mantle plume and also the
**2003**, Peter D. Clift, Hans Schouten, Amy E. Draut,*A general model for arc-continent collision and*, Robert D. Larter, Philip T. Leat (editors),**subduction**polarity reversal from Taiwan and the Irish Caledonides*Intra-oceanic*, Geological Society of London, page 91 ↗,**Subduction**Systems: Tectonic and Magmatic Processes- Evidence for a
**subduction**polarity flip is clear in the Irish Caledonides, where the S-dipping slab beneath the Lough Nafooey arc (Dewey & Ryan 1990; Clift & Ryan 1994) became a N-dipping**subduction**zone after the Grampian Orogeny.

- Evidence for a
**2012**, Beth Shaw,*Active Tectonics of the Hellenic*, Springer, page 61 ↗,**Subduction**Zone- Earthquakes on the
**subduction**interface itself are low-angle thrusts in the depth range 15–45 km, generally reaching a maximum depth of 20 km in the west and 45 km in the centre of the arc, near Crete.

- Earthquakes on the

- The act of subducting or taking away.
- Arithmetical subtraction.
- (
*mathematics, analysis*) A surjection between diffeological spaces such that the target is identified as the pushforward of the source.**2012**, Konrad Waldorp,*A construction of string 2-group models using a transgression-regression technique*, Clara L. Aldana, Maxim Braverman, Bruno Iochum, Carolina Neira Jiménez (editors),*Analysis, Geometry, and Quantum Field Theory*, American Mathematical Society, page 107 ↗,- Accordingly, a
*diffeological principal S*over a diffeological space^{1}-bundle*X*is aπ :*subduction**P*→*X*and a smooth map τ satisfying the same conditions; see [30] for a thorough discussion.

- Accordingly, a
**2013**, Patrick Iglesias-Zemmour,*Diffeology*, American Mathematical Society, page 59 ↗,(art. 1.46)*Subductions**express a global behavior of some surjections. As we localized the notion of induction and then obtained the notion of local induction (art. 2.15), the notion of*local**subduction**can be localized, or refined, as well, and leads to the concept of**subduction**.*Exercise*61,*p.*60,*illustrates the case where a*.**subduction**is not everywhere a local**subduction**

- Italian: subduzione
- Portuguese: subdução

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