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Shallow subduction of the Cocos Ridge beneath the Costa Rican island arc results in six major tectonic effects. These effects include a volcanic gap in the Costa Rican volcanic arc chain, a shallowing of the dip of the subducted Cocos plate beneath Costa Rica, forearc indentation of the Pacific margin of Costa Rica, structural inversion of forearc (Terraba) and backarc (Limon) basins, arching of on- and offshore acoustic basement in a direction parallel to plate convergence between Costa Rica and the Cocos plate, and a radial stress pattern around the underthrust area of the Cocos Ridge as inferred from earthquake...

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