Wim Spakman spends much of his time researching Subduction, Seismology, Lithosphere, Mantle and Slab. His work is dedicated to discovering how Subduction, Geodynamics are connected with Island arc and Obduction and other disciplines. While the research belongs to areas of Seismology, he spends his time largely on the problem of Clockwise, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Far East, Deformation, Intraplate earthquake, Megathrust earthquake and Syntaxis.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Seismic tomography and Epicenter in addition to Lithosphere. His study in Mantle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Geodesy, Mantle wedge, Hotspot and Cretaceous. The Tectonics study combines topics in areas such as Neogene and Induced seismicity.
Wim Spakman mainly investigates Subduction, Seismology, Paleontology, Slab and Mantle. His work deals with themes such as Seismic tomography, Lithosphere and Plate tectonics, which intersect with Subduction. His Lithosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geodynamics, Hypocenter, Ridge and Sea level.
His Seismology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Transition zone. Wim Spakman combines subjects such as Mechanics, African Plate and Slab suction with his study of Slab. His Mantle study incorporates themes from Mantle wedge and Crust.
His primary areas of investigation include Subduction, Paleontology, Slab, Mantle and Tectonics. His Subduction research incorporates elements of Seismic tomography and Petrology. His study in the field of Paleomagnetism, Lithosphere, Geodynamics and Cretaceous also crosses realms of Plume.
His study on Slab also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Subduction, Slab, Paleontology, Mantle and Plate tectonics. His Subduction study frequently involves adjacent topics like Seismic tomography. Wim Spakman has researched Slab in several fields, including Mechanics, Newtonian fluid and Solver.
His research in Mantle intersects with topics in Orogeny, Flat slab subduction, Continental collision, Shear zone and African Plate. Plate tectonics is a subfield of Seismology that Wim Spakman studies. His Paleomagnetism research incorporates themes from Geodynamics and Lithosphere.
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Subduction and Slab Detachment in the Mediterranean-Carpathian Region
M. J. R. Wortel;W. Spakman.
Closing the gap between regional and global travel time tomography
Harmen Bijwaard;Wim Spakman;E. Robert Engdahl.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1998)
Geodynamics of flat subduction: Seismicity and tomographic constraints from the Andean margin
Marc-André Gutscher;Wim Spakman;Harmen Bijwaard;E. Robert Engdahl.
Tomographic imaging of subducted lithosphere below northwest Pacific island arcs
Rob van der Hist;Robert Engdahl;Wim Spakman;Guust Nolet.
Zagros orogeny: a subduction-dominated process
Philippe Agard;Jafar Omrani;Laurent Jolivet;Hubert Whitechurch.
Geological Magazine (2011)
Travel-time tomography of the European-Mediterranean mantle down to 1400 km
Wim Spakman;Suzan van der Lee;Suzan van der Lee;Rob van der Hilst.
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors (1993)
Evidence for active subduction beneath Gibraltar
M.-A. Gutscher;J. Malod;J.-P. Rehault;I. Contrucci.
Tethyan subducted slabs under India
Rob Van der Voo;Wim Spakman;Harmen Bijwaard.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1999)
A Tomographic View on Western Mediterranean Geodynamics
Wim Spakman;Rinus Wortel.
The TRANSMED Atlas: the Mediterranean Region from Crust to Mantle
William Cavazza;François Roure;Wim Spakman;Gerard M. Stampfli.
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