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Paleoseismology, archeoseismology and earthquakes at the EGU2012

Now that the abstract submission deadline has passed you might be interested in somehow paleoseismicity-related sessions at the EGU2012. I decided to group the session by topic and my choice is absolutely based on personal interests. Sorry if I don’t mention every earthquake-related session.

Recent (major) earthquakes:

Active faults:

Seismic Hazard:

Paleoseismicity:

Geomorphology/Archeoseismology:

Earthquake environmental effects:

Tsunamis:

I hope you find some interesting sessions. If you should be too tired or need a break, have a look at the Vienna Natural History Museum. It’s really great!

A very, very, very small part of the rock and mineral collection.

And they have fossils, great fossils!

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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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