Christoph Grützner

Christoph Grützner

works at the Institute of Geological Sciences, Jena University. He likes Central Asia and the Mediterranean and looks for ancient earthquakes.

  • 2nd INQUA-IGCP 567 International Workshop on Active Tectonics, Earthquake Geology, Archaeology and Engineering

    What's up at the Delphi Fault?Dear Friends

    After the very successful 1st Workshop on Earthquake Archaeology and Paleoseismology in Baelo Claudia, Spain, in 2009 with almost 100 participants from 21 different countries, we are going to organize the 2nd Workshop in Corinth/Greece during next autumn (19th-24th September 2011). This is a joint initiative of the INQUA Focus Group on Active Tectonics and Paleoseismology and the IGCP-567 “Earthquake Archeology”.

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  • The Corinth 2010 scientific committee

    The Corinth 2011 scientific committee:

    G. Bouckovalas (GRE), C. Burchfiel (USA), R. Caputo (ITA), P. Cowie (UK), T. Fernandez-Steeger (GER), E. Gath (USA), L. Guerrieri (ITA), H.B. Havenith (BEL), K.-G. Hinzen (GER), A. Kiratzi (GRE), I. Koukouvelas (GRE), E. Lekkas (GRE), K. Meskouris (GRE), A.M. Michetti (ITA), G. Migiros (GRE), D. Papanikolaou (GRE), S. Pavlides (GRE), G. Roberts (UK), T. Rockwell (USA), V. Royden (USA), C. Scholz (USA), K. Sieh (SIN), M. Sintubin (BEL), I. Stewart (UK), R. Tatevossian (RUS) more

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