Subduction Zone Diagram

Subduction Zone Diagram. Diagram of the geological process of subduction. Volcanoes typically form along subduction zones, as shown by A.

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Name the type of volcano most likely to form at this location. Upper Mantle (rigid) - the uppermost part of the mantle. Block-diagram showing a cross-section of the subduction zone beneath the Philippines.

Continue on to submerge into the subduction zone.

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Diagram of the geological process of subduction. Upper Mantle (rigid) - the uppermost part of the mantle. The reader should already be familiar with the previous article on sea floor spreading.

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