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  • EGU2011 Vienna

    Not EGU, but Baelo2009 conference. The EGU General Assembly 2011 will take place in Vienna from April, 3 – 8. Deadline for financial support is December, 3. Young scientist can apply for support to attend the meeting, see here for details. Abstract submission is possible online until January, 10. Please note that due to the increasing number of no-shows in the last meetings the EGU committee decided to introduce an abstract submission fee of 40€! In exchange, the registration is 40€ cheaper. Pre-registration will be possible until February, 28. more

  • New publication on Ancient Earthquakes

    GSA has published a new Special Paper on Archaeo- and Paleoseismicity!

    ANCIENT EARTHQUAKES
    M. Sintubin, I.S. Stewart, T. Niemi & E. Altunel, Eds., Geological Society of America Special Papers 471, 280 p., 2010 (ISBN 9780813724713)

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  • Registration for the Corinth 2011 conference

    Kaparelli FaultRegistration

    The online-registration will be available on this website from 15th February 2011. It will be possible to register for the conference, for accommodation and to book excursions. The venue will be at the Kalamaki Beach Hotel close to the Isthmus.

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  • Sessions of the Corinth 2011 conference

    Delphi FaultSessions

    Oral communications and posters are welcome! The sessions will cover a wide area of research fields related to paleoseismicity. Local case studies will be included as well as contributions on methods, latest developments and technological advances. more

  • Organization of the Corinth 2011 conference

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    The Corinth 2011 conference will be organized by Ioannis D. Papanikolaou (Agricultural Univ. of Athens, Greece; Aon-Benfield Hazard Research Centre, UCL, UK), Klaus Reicherter (RWTH Aachen University, Germany), Andreas Vött (Univ. of Mainz, Germany) and Pablo G. Silva (Univ. of Salamanca, Avila, Spain).

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  • Program of the Corinth2011 conference

    Program

    The program of the Corinth2011 conference includes invited talks, talks, poster sessions, excursions, practical courses and social events. Excursions will be focussed on the active tectonics and the paleoseismicity of the fascinating Gulf of Corinth area and the Perakhora Peninsula. Furthermore, it will be possible to visit some of the most picturesque and most important sites of the ancient greek culture.

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  • New Tsunami-papers published!

    Two new paper were published on tsunami research in the Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie:

    Reicherter, K., Vonberg, D., Koster B., Fernández-Steeger T., Grützner, C. & Mathes-Schmidt, M. 2010. The sedimentary inventory of the 1755 Lisbon tsunami along the southern Gulf of Cádiz (southwestern Spain). Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie Vol. 54, Suppl. 3, 147-173. link more

  • 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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