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  • Mantle wedge seismicity in other subduction zones
  • Episodicity of mantle wedge earthquakes and velocity of fluid migration
  • Fig. S1. Along-trench profiles of mantle wedge seismicity and P-velocity structure, plotted as seen from the trench.
  • Fig. S2. Temporal evolution of seismicity in the Tripoli cluster.
  • Fig. S3. P-velocity to S-velocity (Vp/Vs) ratio structure beneath western Greece.
  • Fig. S4. Focal mechanisms of the Tripoli cluster.
  • Fig. S5. Estimates of completeness magnitude, Mc, for various catalogs of deep earthquakes (>35 km) below western Greece.
  • Fig. S6. Comparison of seismic images and calculated seismic structure along the cross section of Fig. 1D.
  • Fig. S7. Hypocenters displayed with their relative location errors.
  • Fig. S8. Earthquake distribution and electric resistivity structure below the Peloponnese.
  • Table S1. Seismograph networks from western Greece used in the waveform processing.
  • Table S2. Focal mechanism solutions of deep earthquakes in the Western Hellenic subduction zone.
  • Table S3. Locations of mantle wedge seismicity displayed in cross sections in Fig. 4.
  • External Data file S1. Deep earthquake hypocenters in Greece.
  • External Data file S2. Deep earthquake focal mechanisms in Greece.
  • External Data file S3. Earthquake arrival time picks.
  • External Data file S4. Model of the subduction plate interface.
  • External Data file S5. Thermal structure model of the subduction zone.
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