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  List of Accepted Contributions - SM10/TS22 Active deformation and lithospheric processes (co-organized by TS) (co-listed in GD)

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Djamour, Y.; Bayer, R.
Contribution of the geodetic observations (GPS and levelling) to study the tectonic deformation and seismic hazard on the Central Alborz, Iran

Stejskal, V.; Strunc, J.; Stepancikova, P.
Intrasudetic Basin (Czech Republic) - a Complex Regional Geodynamical Study

Cheng, W.B.
Crustal structure of the high magnetic anomaly belt in northern South China Sea and its implications for continental margin deformation

Pondard, N.; Armijo, R.; Meyer, B.; Mercier de LÚpinay, B.; Ušarkus, G.
Active fault morphology in a lithospheric scale pull-apart: the Sea of Marmara (North Anatolian Fault)

Armijo, R.; Pondard, N.; Meyer, B.; Mercier de LÚpinay, B.; Ušarkus, G.; The Marmarascarps Cruise Party
Submarine fault scarps in the Sea of Marmara pull-apart (North Anatolian Fault): implications for seismic hazard in Istanbul

Sokolov , S. ; Oxman , V. ; Bondarenko , G.
Collisional Orogenic Belts of North-East Russia

Authemayou, Ch.; Chardon, D.; Bellier, O.; Benedetti, L.; Malekzade, Z.; Shabanian, E.; Abbassi, M.
Accommodation of oblique collision in the western Zagros (Iran): geometry and kinematics of the Main Recent Fault

Fukahata, Y.; Matsu'ura, M.
Quasi-static internal deformation fields due to a dislocation source in a multi-layered elastic-viscoelastic half-space

Onderdonk, N
Using rotation boundary deformation to infer mechanics of vertical-axis block rotation in southern California.

Ferry, M.; Meghraoui, M; Abou Karaki, N; Al Taj, M; Barjous, M
Surface Faulting from Historical Earthquakes and Late Quaternary Slip Rate in the Jordan Valley

Vamvakaris, D. A.; Papazachos, C. B.; Karagianni, E. E.; Skordilis, E. M.; Chatzidimitriou, P. M.
Small-scale spatial variations of the stress-field in the back-arc Aegean area: Results from the seismotectonic study of the broader area of Mygdonia basin (N. Greece)

Drakatos, G.; Ganas, A.; Shanov, S.; Dobrev, N.
Active faulting in south-west Bulgaria and static triggering of

Sokoutis, D; Burg, JP ; Bonini, M; Corti, G; Cloething, S; Mauduit, T
Lithospheric-scale structures from the perspective of analogue continental collision

Keir, D; Ebinger, C; Stuart, G; Daly, E; Ayele, A
Extensional strain accommodation by diking in the transitional Main Ethiopian Rift

Pacchiani, F.; Lyon-Caen, H.; Bernard, P.; Deschamps, A.; Papadimitriou, P.; Makroploulos, K.
Geometrical constraints on active faults from microearthquake relocation in the Corinth Rift

Sankov, V.A.; Parfeevets, A.V.; Lukhnev, A.V.; Miroshnitchenko, A.I.; Ashurkov, S.V.; Radziminovich, N.V.; Melnikova, V.I.
Recent state of stress and strain of the West Mongolia and Tuva

Halliday, J.; Lloyd, G.; Kendall, J-M.; Butler, R.; Casey, M.
Petrofabric derived seismology - what it reveals about crustal anisotropy: the Nanga Parbat case study.

Pucci, S.; Pantosti, D.; Palyvos, N.; Barchi, M.
Evolution of the Duzce segment of the North Anatolian Fault Zone (Turkey)

Kaban, M.K.; Reigber, Ch.; Vinnik, L.; Klotz, J.
Constraints on dynamics of Tien Shan from integrative modelling of gravity, GPS and seismic data

Willingshofer, E; Sokoutis, D
The structural expression of laterally changing subduction polarity during continental collision: a lithospheric-scale analogue modelling perspective

Petrunin, A.; Sobolev , S.V.
Towards the coupled 3D thermo-mechanical modelling of the Dead Sea basin

Motagh, M.; Baes, M.; Abolghasem, A.; Klotz, J.; Zschau, J.
Sensitivity analysis of an elastic dislocation model of the 1995 Antofagasta earthquake (withdrawn)

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