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Deep-tow sidescan sonar and subbottom profiler data (from the 1999 MEDINETH survey), together with observations from the submersible Nautile (from the 1998 MEDINAUT survey), have been used to examine the occurrence of mud volcanoes in the Anaximander Mountains and along the Florence rise in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. This area, located at the intersection of the Hellenic trench and the Cyprus arc, is undergoing complex crustal deformation as a result of transpressional and transtensional tectonics, in response to collisional plate interactions. Widespread fluid escape through mud volcanoes and cold seeps occurs within the main wrench zones along the western branch...

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