Olivier Lacombe, Damien Delvaux, Giulio Viola and myself are inviting contributions for session TS9.5 “Advances in paleostress/strain reconstructions in tectonic studies : methods, applications, perspectives” at the 2013 EGU General assembly (Vienna, 07 – 12 April 2013).
The EMERGEO working group of the INGV (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia) in Rome, Italy released a preliminary report on coseismic effects of the Finale Emilia earthquake (Mw 5.9) of May, 20, 2012, which hit several provinces in the Po plain. Continue reading “INGV releases first preliminary report on the Finale Emilia earthquake, northern Italy”
The Crestone Science Center (Crestone, Colorado, USA) will be teaching its
annual summer Field Course on Neotectonics and Paleoseismology from May 21
to May 30, 2012, in Crestone, Colorado. This course has been taught since
2001 by James P. McCalpin, editor of the book Paleoseismology (1996, 2009).
After all the Christmas and New Year´s parties, and of course, a lot of custom made food, I gained 5 kilos! However, this is also the time to present your gifts and presents. Have you got something very special? I did. Continue reading “Christmas presents?”
Dear friends, colleagues and followers!
We all have been struggling hard to get our desks clean before the Christmas-New Year period, in fourteen days we will ask ourselves – as every year – why we did that. But after cleaning, this is also the time to thank everybody keeping “paleoseismicity.org” alive and recall our achievements and efforts in getting a community during the last year. A special “thank you” goes to Christoph, who is forming the heart of this page, and we hope that he is continuing the great job.
Stay with us, keep contact!
With my very best wishes to you and your families,
Dear friends, colleagues, and followers,
last week the XVIII INQUA Congress took place in Berne (Switzerland). The session “Paleoseismology, megacities and critical social infrastructures” that was held on Wednesday 27 July 2011 (8.30 – 12.30), and, later the Business Meeting of the INQUA TERPRO Focus Area on Paleoseismicity and Active Tectonics took place. We had a very impressive session with important contributions of our Japanese colleagues, suffering not only earthquake and tsunami damage, but also from critical facilities.
Besides our nice presentations and discussions, it should be announced here that Prof. Alessandro Maria Michetti (Como, Italy) was elected INQUA TERPRO president. Congratulations from paleoseismicity.org. And thank you, Ale, for keeping us running. Continue reading “Reprise of the XVIII INQUA meeting in Berne, Switzerland, 2011”
we announce here that the 3rd INQUA-IGCP 567 international workshop will take place in Morelia, Mexico in November 2012. After Baelo Claudia 2009 in Spain and Corinth 2011 we move for the first time across plate boundaries into the new world. On 19th November 1912 at 07:18 h took place the Acambay Earthquake (Mexico), close to Mexico DF. This is the main reason to celebrate the workshop in Mexico, the commemoration of 100 years since this historical event. The Opening ceremony of the workshop will be held at the City of Acambay with the support of the local authorities.
Dear friends and colleagues,
I am more than happy to announce that on last Monday (June 20, 2011) Christoph obtained his doctoral degree from the RWTH Aachen University in Geosciences. Most of you know him as very active person in this forum, as a thoughtful scientist and as a friend. Christoph wrote his thesis on “The Baelo Claudia earthquake problem” by means of geological, geophysical, archaeoseismological and palaeoseismological investigations.
Dear friends and colleagues, we have decided to leave the registration and abstract submission open until 23rd of May, 2011. We have already 87 registrations from more than 25 countries and a huge number of abstracts. So, if you like to submit, you are welcome.
For those, who are already planning the Corinth trip, here you will find the train schedule from the Airport of Athens to Corinth (Train schedule from Airport to Corinth station) and of course, the departure from Corinth to the airport (Train schedule from Corinth to the Airport).
Nadine published a paper on Lake Ohrid at Biogeosciences (open access): Evolution of ancient Lake Ohrid: a tectonic perspective. Authors are N. Hoffmann, K. Reicherter, T. Fernández-Steeger and C. Grützner, Biogeosciences, 7, 3377–3386, 2010; www.biogeosciences.net/7/3377/2010/ – doi:10.5194/bg-7-3377-2010. Enjoy reading!