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1993). Calvert et al. (2000) and Seber et al. (\996a, b) inferred from the low-speed zone at the base of the crust and the deeper high speed body that mantle lithosphere had delaminated, in the sense of Bird (1978, 1979). The upper mantle structure beneath the Alboran Sea is remarkable in that the lithospheric mantle immediately beneath the crust appears to have been displaced downwards by hot asthenosphere, but the distribution of seismicity below 50km (Hatzfeld & Frogneux 1981; Seber et al. \996a) and anomalously high P-wave speed (Seber et al.
If this process occurred in the Earth, the thinned lithospheric layer would be underplated by hot asthenosphere that moves up from beneath. As in these experiments, the rapid extension of the lithospheric mantle beneath the convergent zone might occur even while external boundary conditions continue to force convergence. The buoyancy of the weak crustal layer, combined with its inability to support large deviatoric stresses, means that consequent crustal thickening (or thinning) is minor, relative to what occurs in the mantle lithosphere.
1993). 05 GPa) with temperatures of 500-600°C; subsequently, during exhumation these rocks 30 G. HOUSEMAN & P. MOLNAR Fig. 10. Topography shown by this shaded relief image of the Betic Cordillera to the north, and Rif to the south, of the Alboran Sea Basin, indicates structural trends in which approximately north-south convergence around the edges of the basin accompanied east-west extension within the basin. Sea-floor depths greater than 1000m in the basin indicate thin (15-20 km) extended crust.