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  List of Accepted Contributions - TS7/GD11/SM15 What is the Moho? Is it always the same thing? How long does it live? (Geophysical and petrological perspectives) (co-organized by GD & SM)

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Reading, A.M.; Kennett, B.L.N; Goleby, B
The Moho beneath the Precambrian terranes of Western Australia and implications for the formation and evolution of the crust

Behm, M.; Brueckl, E.; Chwatal, W.
The Moho in the Eastern Alps - new insights from recent 3D refraction experiments

Brown, D; Juhlin, C
Lower crust and Moho forming processes imaged in the ESRU profile, Middle Urals

Meissner, R.; Kern, H.
The Moho

Iidaka, T.; Iwasaki, T.; Yoshimoto, K.
Nontransparent uppermost mantle below Moho boundary in Japan

Kozlovskaya, E.; Yliniemi, J.; Janik, T.; Grad, M.; Karatayev, G.; Tiira, T.
Lithological crust-mantle boundary in Precambrian areas: constraints from S-wave velocity models and gravity modelling

Eaton, D. ; Mereu, R.; Jones, A.; Hyndman, R.
The Moho beneath the Canadian Shield

Hammer, P; Clowes, R
Reflection Moho observations across a continent: Near-vertical incidence and wide-angle reflection data from the Canadian LITHOPROBE project

Keller, G.; Miller, K.
High velocity lower crust: A difficult target for seismic experiments that hinders efforts to delineate the Moho

Chen, K.C. ; Huang, B.S.; Liang, W.T.; Chen, W.M.
Large-amplitude Moho reflections (SmS) from the Taiwan Strait earthquake of 30 May 2004

Carbonell, R.; Simancas, F. ; Flecha, I.; Palomeras, I.; Marti, D.; Gonzalez-Lodeiro, F. ; Azor, A.
The Moho beneath the Variscan orogen of SW Iberia

Sobolev, S.V.; Babeyko, A.Y.
Can the Moho move? An answer from the Andes

Brown, L.
The Tibetan Moho

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