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  List of Accepted Contributions - TS5.3 Erosion, sedimentation and landscape evolution at active ocean-continent subduction margins (co-listed in GD, GM & SSP)

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Lacan, P.; Audin, L.; Martinod, J.
Geomorphic study of the Chololo fault (south Peru): implications for fore-arc deformation of the Andean Cordillera.

Pettinga, J.R.; McKean, J.; Mountjoy, J.; Pere, V.; Leith, K.; Mackey, B.
Late Quaternary large-scale bedrock defect controlled landslides of eastern North Island, New Zealand: The contrasting roles of tectonic and climatic forcing in landscape evolution

Barnes, P.M.
New Zealand subduction margins: variations in structural, sedimentary, and geomorphic responses to tectonic and climatic controls.

Lamarche, G.; Carter, L.; Joanne, C.; Migeon, S.; Collot, J.-Y.; Khuel, S.
Causes and effects of multiple giant mass failures at the eastern New Zealand collisional margin

Braun, J; Herman, F
Tectonomorphic evolution of South Island, New Zealand: the effects of strong climatic variations, asymmetric uplift and horizontal advection of landforms

Litchfield, N; Berryman, K; Ellis, S; Nicol, A
Mechanisms of regional scale uplift in the Hikurangi Margin implied by fluvial and marine terrace data

Kukowski, N; Oncken, O
Subduction Erosion Processes and their Quantification along the Andean Subduction Zone

Lohrmann, J.; Kukowski, N.; Krawczyk, C.M.; Oncken, O.
Short- and long-term mass transfer of subduction channels in fore-arc wedges - A comparison of scaled sandbox experiments with geophysical data

Babonneau, N.; Gutscher, M.-A.; Gonthier, E. ; Mulder, T.
Turbidite sequences in the deep basins offshore SW Iberia, as possible paleoseismological markers

Proust, J.N.; Lamarche, G.; Nodder, S.D.
“Back-arc” sedimentation at the leading edge of an active subduction margin: the Wanganui basin, New Zealand

Hovius, N.
Interactions of Erosion, Tectonics and Climate in the Taiwan Orogen

Juez-Larré , J.; Dunai, T.J. ; González, G.
Resolving the uplift versus climate change dilemma for the Central Andes by means of low-temperature thermochronology and exposure age dating

Berryman, K; Marden, M; Trustrum, N; Page, M; Litchfield, N; Palmer, A; Wilson, K
Tectonic, climatic, and human controls on landscape evolution and sediment delivery in the Waipaoa catchment, Hikurangi Subduction Margin, New Zealand

Rehak, K.; Strecker, M.; Echtler, H.; TIPTEQ Research Group, the
Controls on the segmentation of an active forearc setting – Chile (37°-41°S)

Shikakura, Y.; Fukahata, Y.; Matsu'ura, M.
Numerical simulation of landform evolution for asymmetric mountain ranges: Application to Taiwan

Fleury, JM; Pubellier, M; Urreiztieta, M; Chamot-Rooke, N
Crustal Erosion and Subduction of Continental Asperity; Sumba island and forearc, Indonesia (withdrawn)

Klaucke, I.; Bürk, D.; Weinrebe, W.
The effects of fluid flow on the morphology of continental margins at subduction zones (withdrawn)

Castilla, R.; Nadine, E.; Brun, J-P.
Extensional deformation in a convergent margin: the Makran accretionary prism

Bonnet, S.; Lacoste, A.; Proust, J.-N.; Paquet, F.
Vertical versus lateral erosional dynamics along the Rangitikei River (North Island, New Zealand) since the Last Glacial Maximum: Geomorphic and tectonic implications

Paquet, F.; Proust, J.N.; Pettinga, J.R.; Barnes, P.M.
The Pleistocene forearc basin of the Hikurangi subduction, eastern North Island, New Zealand: erosion, sedimentation and tectonic evolution

Reynaud, J.Y.; Grangeon, D.; Ferrière, J.; Bêche, M.; Weill, P.; Chanier, F.; Coutand, I.
Forward stratigraphic basin modelling as a key to relief evolution at subduction margins: first results on the Meso-Hellenic piggyback basin (Greece)

Casanova, C.; Pinter, N.; Radtke, U.
New elevation data and ages from late-Neogene coastal terrace sequence in Mejillones Peninsula Northern Chile: reconstructing the morphotectonic evolution along a segment of the Nazca subduction zone.

Chiang, C. S.; Yu, H. S.
Marine hyperpycnal flows in the Kaoping Canyon and Capbreton Canyon: comparisons between morphology and seismic facies

Alexander, C.; Walsh, J.; Orpin, A.; Sumners, B.; Kuehl, S.; Pratson, L.; Gerber, T.; Carter, L
Tectonic influences on sedimentary processes and submarine landscape evolution: the Waipaoa river, New Zealand example

Chanier, F.; Bailleul, J.; Robin, C.; Ferrière, J.
Tectonic control on stratigraphic evolution of trench-slope basins, Hikurangi subduction margin, New Zealand

Bailleul, J.; Chanier, F.; Ferrière, J.; Gorini, C.; Robin, C.; Mahieux, G.
Morpho-structural development of the Hikurangi subduction wedge (New Zealand): tectonic and stratigraphic analysis of the Akitio transect

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