Corinth 2011 workshop has started!

After the arrival (thanks to Christoph for the shuttle!) and a very nice opening dinner yesterday the first key note lectures have been held this morning.

Dimitrios Papanikolaou introduced the Hellenic Arc system and talked about plate scale-geometries and active movements.

Poster session 1: Tom Rockwell in front of his poster (Tsang et al.)

Jim McCalpin held a very interesting talk about using Lidar in dense forests in Alaska to detect neotectonic movements which surely would be a great method for Europe, too!

Eldon Gath presented a study dealing with three-dimensional fault rupture interpretation.

Right now it’s time for the first poster session. We’re directly at the beach, it’s almost 30°C, sunny and a smooth breeze chills our science-filled minds.

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