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-Atlantic Ridge, 26°10’N): Implications for the nature of hydrothermal circulation and detachment faulting at slow spreading ridges. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 8, Q08004. Cann, J.R., Blackman, D.K., Smith, D.K., McAllister, E., Janssen, B., Mello, S., Avgerinos, E., Pascoe, A.R, & Escartín, J., 1997. Corrugated slip surfaces formed at North Atlantic ridge-transform intersections. Nature 385, 329–332. Cannat, M., 1993. Emplacement of mantle rocks in the seafloor at mid-ocean ridges. Journal of Geophysical Research 98, 4163–4172. Cannat, M., 1996. How thick is the

-angle normal detachment faults, Earth-Science Reviews, 98(1), 81-104. Lindsay, J.B., Cockburn, J.M.H., Russell, H.A.J. (2015) An integral image approach to performing multi-scale topographic position analysis, Geomorphology, 245, 51-61. Loibl, D., Lehmkuhl, F. (2013). High-resolution geomorphological map of a low mountain range near Aachen, Germany, Journal of Maps, 9(2), 245-253. MacEachren, A.M. and Taylor, D.R.F. (eds), (2013

. ISIK V., SEYITOGLU G., and CEMEN I., 2003: Ductile-brittle transition along the Alasehir detachment fault and its structural relationship with the Simav detachment fault, Menderes massif, western Turkey. Tectonophysics 374, 1-18. JANOTS E., BRUNET F., GOFFÉ B., POINSSOT C., BURCHARD M., and CEMIĚ L., 2007: Thermochemistry of monazite-(La) and dissakisite-(La): implications for monazite and allanite stability in metapelites. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology , 154, 1-14. JAIKRISHAN G., ANDREWS V. J., THAMPI M. V., KOYA P. K. M., RAJAN V. K., CHAUHAN P. S Fournier, M., Huchon, P., Khanbari, K. & Leroy, S., (2011, April). Segmentation and along-strike asymmetry of the passive margin in Socotra, eastern Gulf of Aden: Are they controlled by detachment faults? Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystem 8 (2007) Q03007. Retrieved November 1, 2013, from web: DOI: 10.1029/2006GC001526 Fritz, H.M. & Okal, E.A., (2008). Socotra Island, Yemen: field survey of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Nat. Hazards (2008) 46