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Barckhausen, U., Ranero, C.R., von Huene, R., Cande, S.C., and Roeser, H.A., 2001. Revised tectonic boundaries in the Cocos plate off Costa Rica: implications for the segmentation of the convergent margin and for plate tectonic models. J. Geophys. Res., [Solid Earth], 106(B9):19207–19220. doi:10.1029/​2001JB000238

Expedition 334 Scientists, 2012. Methods. In Vannucchi, P., Ujiie, K., Stroncik, N., Malinverno, A., and the Expedition 334 Scientists, Proc. IODP, 334: Tokyo (Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Management International, Inc.). doi:10.2204/​iodp.proc.334.102.2012

Fisher, A.T., Stein, C.A., Harris, R.N., Wang, K., Silver, E.A., Pfender, M., Hutnak, M., Cherkaoui, A., Bodzin, R., and Villinger, H., 2003. Abrupt thermal transition reveals hydrothermal boundary and role of seamounts within the Cocos plate. Geophys. Res. Lett., 30(11):1550–1553. doi:10.1029/​2002GL016766

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Silver, E., Kastner, M., Fisher, A., Morris, J., McIntosh, K., and Saffer, D., 2000. Fluid flow paths in the Middle America Trench and Costa Rica margin. Geology, 28(8):679–682. doi:10.1130/​0091-7613(2000)28<679:FFPITM>2.0.CO;2

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von Huene, R., Ranero, C.R., Weinrebe, W., and Hinz, K., 2000. Quaternary convergent margin tectonics of Costa Rica, segmentation of the Cocos plate, and Central American volcanism. Tectonics, 19(2):314–334. doi:10.1029/​1999TC001143

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