The latest issue of Annals of Geophysics is devoted to Earthquake geology: science, society and critical facilities. Vol 56 (6) is a Special Volume, and I am proud to say it’s our volume! Finally, 14 papers are included in this issue, most of them authored by early career researchers (ECRs). The papers are based on work presented at the 2nd INQUA meeting on Active Tectonics, Earthquake Geology, Archaeology and Engineering in Corinth, Greece, 2011. The issue was edited by Christoph Grützner, Salvatore Barba, Ioannis Papanikolaou and Raul Pérez-López and all papers are open access! more
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Special Issue in Annals of Geophysics – Earthquake geology: science, society and critical facilities (open access)2014-02-21 | in Corinth 2011, Paper
Published electronic material available for download from the 2nd INQUA- IGCP 567 Corinth 2011 International Workshop2012-03-07 | in Corinth 2011 | 2 responses
The 2nd INQUA- IGCP 567 International Workshop on “Active Tectonics, Earthquake Geology, Archaeology and Engineering” was held in Corinth 19-24 September 2011. The event has been organized jointly by the INQUA-TERPRO Focus Area on Paleoseismology and Active Tectonics and the IGCP-567 “Earthquake Archaeology”.
Corinth2011 aftermath2011-10-17 | in Corinth 2011
hopefully, everybody has returned well and everybody enjoyed the meeting,
we have received a lot of mails and the feedback is fantastic. THANK YOU!
The updated abstract volume will be ready for download soon. You will receive an extra mail with the link or can just visit paleoseismicity.org.
2nd day of the Corinth2011 meeting2011-09-20 | in Corinth 2011
9:00 The second day started with a great keynote, Chris Scholz talked about earthquake triggering and fault synchronization with examples from California and Iceland.
09:45 Next great keynote: Clark Burchfiel on the Wenchuan EQ!
Corinth 2011 workshop has started!2011-09-19 | in Corinth 2011
After the arrival (thanks to Christoph for the shuttle!) and a very nice opening dinner yesterday the first key note lectures have been held this morning.
Dimitrios Papanikolaou introduced the Hellenic Arc system and talked about plate scale-geometries and active movements.
Jim McCalpin held a very interesting talk about using Lidar in dense forests in Alaska to detect neotectonic movements which surely would be a great method for Europe, too!
Eldon Gath presented a study dealing with three-dimensional fault rupture interpretation.
Right now it’s time for the first poster session. We’re directly at the beach, it’s almost 30°C, sunny and a smooth breeze chills our science-filled minds.
A few words about the upcoming Corinth Workshop2011-09-17 | in Corinth 2011
After the very successful 1st Workshop on Earthquake Archaeology and Paleoseismology held in the ancient roman site of Baelo Claudia (Spain, 2009), the INQUA Focus Group on Paleoseismology and Active Tectonics decided to elaborate a bi-annual calendar to support this joint initiative with the IGCP-567 “Earthquake Archaeology”. This second joint meeting moved to the eastern Mediterranean, a tectonically active setting within the Africa-Eurasia collision zone and located in the origins of the pioneer’s works on archaeoseismology. However, for the coming year 2012, at least a part of us will move also to the New World, where the 3rd INQUA-IGCP 567 international workshop will take place in Morelia, Mexico in November 2012. It is planned to proceed with the meeting, so we are thinking of Aachen, Germany, to be the host in 2013, possibly together with Louvain, Belgium.
Corinth2011 – Registration re-opened, 20 places left!2011-06-02 | in Corinth 2011
Dear colleagues and friends,
the registration for the Corinth2011 workshop is open again. Due to additional capacities at the conference venue we can offer 20 more places! You can register via the paleoseismicity.org website. However, the abstract submission is closed. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Have a nice weekend and looking forward to seeing you in Corinth,
The Organization Committee
Registration and abstract submission open until 23rd of May 20112011-05-17 | in Corinth 2011
Dear friends and colleagues, we have decided to leave the registration and abstract submission open until 23rd of May, 2011. We have already 87 registrations from more than 25 countries and a huge number of abstracts. So, if you like to submit, you are welcome.
For those, who are already planning the Corinth trip, here you will find the train schedule from the Airport of Athens to Corinth (Train schedule from Airport to Corinth station) and of course, the departure from Corinth to the airport (Train schedule from Corinth to the Airport).
Corinth2011 Abstract Template available2011-04-27 | in Corinth 2011
The Abstracts Template for the Corinth 2011 workshop is now available here:
Abstracts Template Corinth 2011 (doc-format, 245 kb)
Please use the template for submitting and re-submitting your abstracts. You can submit your abstract for review as pdf, but the final submission should be a word document. Remember that the deadline for registration, abstratc submission and payment is May 15.
See you in Corinth 2011!
Registration for Corinth2011 opened2011-02-14 | in Corinth 2011
The registration for the 2nd INQUA-IGCP 567 International Workshop on Active Tectonics, Earthquake Geology, Archaeology and Engineering at 19th-24th September 2011 in Corinth, Greece is opened.