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Luca Guerrieri

5th PATA Days in Busan – abstract volume and field trip guide available for download

The 5th PATA Days have been a great experience. We had lots of interesting science and discussions, great field trips, wonderful social events and a quite thoroughly insight into Korean cuisine. It was for sure the best organized PATA Days meeting that took place so far – many thanks and congratulations to Prof. Young-Seog Kim, Dr. Jin-Hyuck Choi and the fantastic Korean organizing team.

If you want to download the abstract volume and the field trips guide, here are the free download links:

Abstracts volume (PDF, 30 MB): 5th PATA-Days, Busan, KOREA 2014 [Proceedings]

Field trips guide (PDF, 11 MB): 5th PATA-Days, Busan, KOREA 2014 [Field-Guide Book]

Group picture in the nuclear waste disposal site

Group picture in the nuclear waste disposal site

Bulguksa Temple, Jinhyeon-Dong

Bulguksa Temple, Jinhyeon-Dong

Night view

Night view

In the trench

In the trench

Field trip impression

Field trip impression

Old astronomic observatory in Gyeongju, the ancient capital.

Old astronomic observatory in Gyeongju, the ancient capital.

typical Korean dinner

typical Korean dinner

The Pukyoung National University campus in Busan  as seen from my guesthouse room

The Pukyoung National University campus in Busan as seen from my guesthouse room

The waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

The waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

Strong safety measures

Strong safety measures

...even in the bus

…even in the bus

Dr. James McCalpin during the PATA-days excursion

Dr. James McCalpin during the PATA-days excursion

Welcome to Busan

Welcome to Busan

Nuclear waste to be stored underground.

Nuclear waste to be stored underground.

A nice, but mysterious thrust fault

A nice, but mysterious thrust fault

Uplifted Quaternary terraces

Uplifted Quaternary terraces

A creep meter across a faul tnear a nuclear power plant

A creep meter across a faul tnear a nuclear power plant

A geology lecture in the field

A geology lecture in the field

The waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

The waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

Upliftes marine terraces

Upliftes marine terraces

In the nuclear waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

In the nuclear waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

Busan harbour

Busan harbour

Busan harbour

Busan harbour

Lots of cuttlefish, ready to be cooked

Lots of cuttlefish, ready to be cooked

A fossile dragon

A fossile dragon

Tsunami evacuation site

Tsunami evacuation site

Busan harbour

Busan harbour

Busan in the evening

Busan in the evening

The field trip guide

The field trip guide

red hot chili peppers

red hot chili peppers

At the fault observatory (creep meter)

At the fault observatory (creep meter)

At the fault observatory (creep meter)

At the fault observatory (creep meter)

The nuclear power plant close to an active (?) fault

The nuclear power plant close to an active (?) fault

Busan's most famous bridge

Busan’s most famous bridge

The Icebreaker location

The Icebreaker location

During the conference dinner

During the conference dinner

Jin-Hyuck, chief executing organizer

Jin-Hyuck, chief executing organizer

The PATA Bus

The PATA Bus

Tsunami evacuation route

Tsunami evacuation route

In the field

In the field

In the nuclear waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

In the nuclear waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

In the nuclear waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

In the nuclear waste disposal site, 100 m below sea level

We are looking forward to see you in Fucino, Italy, in late April 2015! More information on this upcoming event will be available, soon.

Abstract volumes of previous meetings

References

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Christoph Grützner

Christoph Grützner

works at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. He likes Central Asia and the Mediterranean and is looking for ancient earthquakes.

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2 Comments

  • Carlos Costa | October 10, 2014|19:27 (UTC)

    Thanks for uploading this very descriptive material Christoph!
    Glad you had a fruitful time in Korea and congrats to all for the successful meeting

  • Carlos Costa | October 10, 2014|19:27 (UTC)

    Thanks for uploading this very descriptive material Christoph!
    Glad you had a fruitful time in Korea and congrats to all for the successful meeting

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