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New video: 2012 INQUA workshop on Paleoseismology, Archeoseismology and Active Tectonics in Morelia, Mexico

Last year the 3rd INQUA – IGCP567 Workshop on Paleoseismology, Archeoseismology and Active Tectonics took place in November in Morelia, Mexico. It was a great meeting and I have already posted a lot of photos here, here, here, here, and here. Now I have found the time to look at the video clips that I made. I’ve prepared a short movie with the highlights of the conference. You see, you must not miss the upcoming conference in Aachen

In case you should not be fully convinced for some strange reason, check out the 2011 Corinth conference, too:

 

Here you can see my talk on Web2.0 and earthquake geology that I held in Mexico:

Earthquake Geology and Web2.0

Grützner, C., Schmidt, M., Klinger, R., 2012. Social media and web2.0 in earthquake geology. In: Pérez-López, R., Silva, P.G., Rodríguez Pascua, M.A., Garduño Monroy, V.H., Suarez, G., Reicherter, K., (eds.): Earthquake Geology and Archaeology: Science, Society and Seismic hazard. Proceedings 3rd INQUA-IGCP 567 International Workshop on Earthquake Geology, Palaeoseismology and Archaeoseismology, 19-24 November 2012 Morelia (Mexico), 67-70.

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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.

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