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Paleoseismology at EGU2015

The EGU2015 will be held from 12 – 17 April in Vienna, but the abstract deadline is much closer: Day after tomorrow, 7 January! So if you haven’t already done so, it’s time to have a look at paleoseismology-related sessions at EGU:

  • Active Tectonics and the Earthquake Cycle  – TS4.1/SM6.4
  • Monitoring and modelling of geodynamics and crustal deformation: progress during 34 years of the WEGENER initiative – G3.5/GD7.9/SM6.5/TS8.8
  • Interactions between tectonics and surface processes from mountain belts to basins – TS3.1/GM3.4
  • Understanding landscape evolution through integration of multiple approaches  – TS3.2/BG2.22/GM1.9/SSP3.2.3
  • Measuring and modeling interactions between earthquakes and geological processes  – TS4.3/SM2.5
  • Morphogenic earthquakes and the evolution of tectonic geomorphology  – GM3.3/TS4.5
  • Crustal deformation processes observed by InSAR, GPS and photogrammetry  – TS8.4/ESSI1.7/G3.6/GD7.8/GMPV5.6
  • Assessing extreme natural events for the safety of nuclear power plants – NH9.8
  • Large Earthquake and Tsunami Activity  – SM2.1/NH4.5

 

A very interesting session for Early Career Researchers is the following one:

As always, there will be much more on earthquakes and faults, so browse the program and enjoy the meeting!

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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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