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  Information - GMPV2 Rates of tectono-metamorphic processes: insights from observations and numerical modeling

Event Information
Recent findings in petrology and geochronology suggest strong variations in time of occurrence and duration of tectonic and metamorphic events in different geodynamic environment. Understanding such large-scale variations requires cross-disciplinary efforts involving robust geological observations coupled with numerical modeling studies. We invite presentations from petrological, tectonic, geochemical, geochronological, and modeling communities for discussing variations in time of occurrence, duration, rates and P-T conditions of tectonic and metamorphic processes and suggesting possible geodynamic explanations.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Stephan Sobolev
Alfred Kroener
Andrey Babeyko
Hakon Austrheim


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