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  List of Accepted Contributions - TS1.1 Quantitative Structural Geology: What does it tell us about the mechanics?

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Waldh÷r, M.; Appel, A.
Constraints on the mechanics of folding from paleomagnetic data

Sassier, C.; Rubatto, D.; Leloup, P.H.
Measurement of local strain rates in ductile shear zones: a new approach from deformed syntectonic dykes.

Marques, F.O.; Taborda, R.M.; Antunes, J.V.; Bose, S.
The influence of confinement on matrix flow and rigid inclusion rotation in bulk simple shear flow

Kocher, T.; Schmalholz, S. M.; Mancktelow, N. S.
Mechanical anisotropy: a negligible parameter for single layer folding?

Ebner, M.; Grasemann, B.
Kinematic modelling of non-isochoric distortion

Sch÷pfer, M.P.; Childs, C.; Walsh, J.J.
Localisation of Normal Faults in Multilayer Sequences

Kaus, B.; Schmalholz, S.
3-D Finite amplitude folding

Marques, F.O.; Andersen, T.B.; Schmid, D.
Assessing flow vorticity of a major ductile shear zone using rigid inclusions: a case study from the Nordfjord-Sogn Detachment Zone in Western Norway

Schmalholz, S.
Mechanics of single-layer folding and its applications

Frehner, M.; Schmalholz, S.
Numerical simulations of parasitic folding in multilayers

Vitale, S.; Mazzoli, S.
Assessing the role of grain boundary sliding in naturally deformed low-grade limestones (southern Apennines, Italy) based on finite strain and microscopy (optical, SEM and TEM) analyses

Hansen, D.L.; Clausen, O.R.
A new strategy for the geological use of discrete element numerical sandbox models

Mulchrone, K. F.
An analytical solution in 2D for the motion of non-rigid elliptical particles with a slipping interface under a general deformation

Dabrowski, M.; Schmid, D.W.
Complete three-dimensional solution for deformable ellipsoidal particles subjected to shear over large strain

Bj°rk, T.; Schmid , D.W.
Evolution of boudin geometry and boudin interaction

R°njom, S.F.; Schmid, D.W.
Bulk rheology, finite strain development, and multi-particle interaction in shear zones

O'Connor, A.; Mulchrone, K.
Chaotic rotation of a rigid ellipsoid immersed in a viscous flow

Schmid, D.W.; Podladchikov, Y.Y.
Fold amplification rates and dominant wavelength selection in multilayer stacks

Yarushina, V.; Podladchikov, Yu.
Analytical solutions and numerical modelling of non-hydrostatic compaction and decompaction

Philipp, S.L.; Hoffmann, S.; Bartelsen, T. ; Oelrich, A.; Gudmundsson, A.
Field studies and numerical models of hydrofracture propagation in mechanically layered rocks

McCaffrey, K.J.W; Jiulin, G.; Jones, R.R.; Holdsworth, R.E.; Healy, D.
Digital acquisition of spatial heterogeneity and scaling of faults in sandstone

Maerten, F.; Maerten, L.
Improved understanding of observed 2D and 3D geological structures using geomechanically-based approaches

Medvedev, S.; Braeck, S.; Fusseis, F.; Podladchikov, Y.
Development of a mylonitic shear zone by shear heating instability: application of numerical model to natural examples of Cap de Creus, Spain

Iacopini, D; Molli, G; Pertusati, P.C
Limits on the vorticity flow analysis within extensional shear zones and extrusive context: some consideration on flow kinematic of the Greater Himalyan Slab in Tibet area. (withdrawn)

Iacopini, D; Passchier, C.W; Koehn, D; Carosi, R
Complex eigenflow in a 3 -D flow system

Gˇmez-Rivas, E.; Griera, A.; Carreras, J.; Druguet, E.
Shear bands in foliated materials: analogue modelling under coaxial deformation

Dabrowski, M.; Krotkiewski, M.; Podladchikov, Y.Y.
Benchmarking of structured and unstructured mesh approaches in large material contrast Stokes problems

Krotkiewski, M.; Dabrowski, M.; Podladchikov, Y.Y.
High performance geo-computing with commodity architecture

Gˇmez-Rivas, E.; Griera, A.; Carreras, J.
Influence of anisotropy on the variation of the stress field on fault systems: an experimental approach

Maerten, F.; Maerten, L.
Improved understanding of observed 2D and 3D geological structures using geomechanically-based approaches

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