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The work by Strak and Schellart uses numerical models to study the South America subduction zone. They compare their models results with data from South America using a ranking system to find which values of the studied parameters work best to fit the natural case. The manuscript is well written and the figures are clear, however I have troubles understanding the logic behind the study because I believe there is an important flaw at the base of it (see first comment below). Major points In thisdoi:10.5194/se-2020-134-rc1 fatcat:iukwq6ug5vdmfipy7pje42uy7m