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YG (2016-2018): Fate and consequences of Yakutat terrane subduction beneath eastern Alaska and the Wrangell Volcanic Field

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FDSN code YG (2016-2018) Network name Fate and consequences of Yakutat terrane subduction beneath eastern Alaska and the Wrangell Volcanic Field (WVLF (pronounced WOLF))
Start year 2016 Operated by
  • Cornell University
  • University of Alaska, Fairbanks (UAF, AK USA)
End year 2018 Deployment region United States of America
Short description

Thirty-six broadband seismic stations were deployed at the eastern end of the Alaska slab and the Wrangell Volcanic Field for 25 months, in order to study the subduction of the Yakutat terrane. At this time the fate and consequences of subducting the Yakutat terrane is unknown. The project focuses on understanding the tectonic setting of the Wrangell Volcanic Field and its connection to the Alaskan slab.

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Digital Object Identifier (DOI) https://doi.org/10.7914/SN/YG_2016
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