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  Oral Programme - TS3 Fault processes in nature and lab: from mm-scale to 3-D regional models and vice-versa

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Convener: Krawczyk, C.
Co-Convener: Shipton, Z.
Co-Sponsorship:

Tuesday, 15 April 2008

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 5

Chairperson: N.N.

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8:30 - 8:45
EGU2008-A-08757;  TS3-1TU1O-001
Lunn, R. J.; Shitpon, Z.K.; Moir, H.; Willson, J.P.
Simulating brittle fault growth from linkage of pre-existing structures

8:45 - 9:00
EGU2008-A-01914;  TS3-1TU1O-002
Lohr, T.; Krawczyk, C.M.; Kukowski, N.; Stief, S.
Fault growth processes insights from analogue modelling

9:00 - 9:15
EGU2008-A-05332;  TS3-1TU1O-003
Reston, T.J.
The role of detachment faulting in continental breakup and the unroofing of mantle within the continent-ocean transition.

9:15 - 9:30
EGU2008-A-04571;  TS3-1TU1O-004
Buddensiek, M.-L.; Krawczyk, C.M.; Oncken, O.; Kukowski, N.
Midget seismics in sandbox models

9:30 - 9:45
EGU2008-A-04048;  TS3-1TU1O-005
Philipp, J.; Nakatani, M.; Dresen, G.; Yabe, Y.; Stanchits, S.; Naoi, M.; Plenkers, K.; Morena, G.
Acoustic Emission Measurements in a deep Gold Mine in South Africa; Instrumental Setup and First Results (JAGUARS Project)

9:45 - 10:00
EGU2008-A-01748;  TS3-1TU1O-006
Haimson, B.; Oku, H.; Song, S.
Chelungpu Fault, Taiwan, footwall heterogeneity as expressed in true triaxial strength, deformability, and failure micromechanics of core retrieved from two boreholes 40 m apart

10:00
COFFEE BREAK

Chairperson: N.N.

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10:30 - 10:45
EGU2008-A-11408;  TS3-1TU2O-001
Shimamoto, T.
Recent development of high-velocity gouge experiments and a renewed view on geological evidences of seismic fault motion

10:45 - 11:00
EGU2008-A-04914;  TS3-1TU2O-002
Sarkarinejad, K.
Distinguishing slow aseismic creep from rapid strike-slip fault movement and palaeostress orientations using the e-twinned calcite crystal fibre lineation

11:00 - 11:15
EGU2008-A-05441;  TS3-1TU2O-003
Mitchell, T; Faulkner, D
Experimental Measurements of Permeability Evolution during Triaxial Compression of Initially Intact Crystalline Rocks and Implications for Fluid Flow in Fault Zones

11:15 - 11:30
EGU2008-A-10356;  TS3-1TU2O-004
Burnside, N M; Shipton, Z K; Dockril, B ; Ellam, R M
Dating long-term leakage of CO2 from fault damage zones

11:30
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