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The oceanic Nazca Platesubducts beneath the continental South American Plate at the Peru–Chile Trench.Just north of the Nazca Plate, the oceanic Cocos Plate subducts under the Caribbean Plate and forms the Middle America Trench.The Cascadia subduction zone is where the oceanic Juan de FucaGorda and Explorer Plates subduct under the continental North American plate.The oceanic Pacific Plate subducts under the North American Plate (composed of both continental and oceanic sections) forming the Aleutian Trench.The oceanic Pacific plate subducts beneath the continental Okhotsk Plate at the Japan Trench.The oceanic Philippine Sea Plate subducts beneath the Eurasian Plate at the Ryukyu Trench.The oceanic Pacific Plate subducts under the oceanic Philippine Sea Plate forming the Mariana Trench.The oceanic Philippine Sea Plate is subducting under the Philippine Mobile Belt forming the Philippine Trench and the East Luzon Trench.The Eurasian Plate is subducting under the Philippine Mobile Belt at the Manila Trench.The Sunda Plate is subducting under the Philippine Mobile Belt at the Negros Trench and the Cotobato Trench.The oceanic Indo-Australian Plate is subducted beneath the continental Sunda Plate along the Sunda Trench.The oceanic Pacific Plate is subducting under the Indo-Australian Plate north and east of New Zealand, but the direction of subduction reverses south of the Alpine Fault where the Indo-Australian Plate starts subducting under the Pacific Plate.The South American Plate is subducting under the South Sandwich Plate, forming the South Sandwich Trench.