Published electronic material available for download from the 2nd INQUA- IGCP 567 Corinth 2011 International Workshop

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”.

130 participants from 26 countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, China, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, USA, Venezuela) attended the event, offering an impressive multicultural and multidisciplinary gathering. Overall 84 papers have been published following a reviewing process and are displayed in the proceedings volume Earthquake Geology and Archaeology: Science, Society and Critical Facilities (304 pages, Grützner et al. 2011). In addition, a fieldtrip guide was also compiled Active Tectonics and Earthquake Geology of the Perachora Peninsula and area of the Isthmus, Corinth Gulf,   (70 pages, Roberts et al. 2011).

All electronic material of the workshop are available for download (including the entire volume proceedings (, separate papers ( as well as the Fieldtrip guide (


The Organizers of the 2nd INQUA-IGCP 567 International Workshop
Dr. Ioannis Papanikolaou,   Prof. Klaus Reicherter, Prof. Andreas Vött,  Prof. Pablo G. Silva


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Ioannis Papanikolaou

Ioannis Papanikolaou

is a Senior Lecturer in the Mineralogy-Geology Lab of the Agricultural University of Athens, member of the Aon Benfield-UCL Hazard Research Centre and Hons Research Fellow at the Dept of Earth Sciences at University College London (UCL).

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  • Klaus Reicherter | 2012-03-07|11:23 (UTC)

    Dear Ioannis,

    thank you for finishing the volumes and providing them online.


  • Christoph | 2012-03-11|20:57 (UTC)

    Ioannis, thanks a lot!

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