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Interdisciplinary meeting on climate change and seismic hazards during the Holocene in the Med

An interdisciplinary meeting on climate change and seismic hazards during the Holocene in the Mediterranean will be held in Aix en Provence on July 7 and 8, 2014. The colloquium is organized by and will take place at CEREGE with 4 half days dedicated to specific areas of the Mediterranean region (SW-Mediterranean; Aegean-Turkey; Levant-Middle East; NW-NE Africa).

Contributions are welcome (poster or oral). Abstracts might be send to vidal@cerege.fr or benedetti@cerege.fr by April 14, 2014. Please find more info here (pdf). Invited Keynotes speakers:
• Erhan Altunel (JMB, Turkey)
• Helge Arz (IOW, Germany)
• Myriam Bar-Matthews (Geological survey of Israel,
Israel)
• Françoise Gasse (CEREGE, France)
• Gert de Lange (Geosciences Utrecht Univ., Netherlands)
• Daniela Pantosti (INGV, Italy)
• Klaus Reicherter (Aachen University, Germany)
• Thomas Rockwell (San Diego State University, USA)
• Ross Stein (US Geological survey, USA)

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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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