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  Oral Programme - SM10 Active deformation and lithospheric processes

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Convener: Friedrich, A.
Co-Convener: Flerit, F., Bennett, R., Furlong, K.
Co-Sponsorship: Tectonics and Structural Geology, Geodesy, Geomorphology

Tuesday, 4 April 2006

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 19

Chairperson: FRIEDRICH, A.

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8:30 - 8:45
EGU06-A-01313;  SM10-1TU1O-001
Hetzel, R.; Hampel, A.
Late Pleistocene Regression of Lake Bonneville as Cause for the Postglacial Slip Rate Increase on the Wasatch Normal Fault, Utah

8:45 - 9:00
EGU06-A-07786;  SM10-1TU1O-002
van der Woerd, J.; Klinger, Y.; Sieh, K.; Tapponnier, P. ; Mériaux, A.-S.
Long-term slip rate of the southern San Andreas Fault,

9:00 - 9:15
EGU06-A-07711;  SM10-1TU1O-003
Kirby, E.
Slip rate gradients and the termination of the eastern Kunlun Fault: Implications for the mechanics of intracontinental deformation in Eurasia (solicited)

9:15 - 9:30
EGU06-A-04263;  SM10-1TU1O-004
Malservisi, R.; Furlong, K.P.; Dixon, T.H.
Effect of lithospheric model assumptions on the interpretation of geodetic data (solicited)

9:30 - 9:45
EGU06-A-08133;  SM10-1TU1O-005
Wright, T; The DaUre 2005 Team
The massive 2005 Da'Ure (Boina) rifting event, Afar (Ethiopia): the story so far from Geodesy, Seismology and Petrology (solicited)

9:45 - 10:00
EGU06-A-10006;  SM10-1TU1O-006
Meghraoui, M; Bertrand, S; Karabacak, V; Ferry, M; Cakir, Z; Altunel, E
Surface ruptures along the Maras segment of the East Anatolian Fault (SE Turkey) and kinematic modelling from tectonic and GPS data


Chairperson: FURLONG, K.

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10:30 - 10:45
EGU06-A-09394;  SM10-1TU2O-001
Armijo, R.; Flerit, F.; Meyer, B.; Pondard, N.; King, G.
Evolution of the North Anatolian Fault, the Aegean and of the Sea of Marmara pull-apart

10:45 - 11:00
EGU06-A-09312;  SM10-1TU2O-002
Pondard, N.; Armijo, R.; Meyer, B.; Mercier de Lépinay, B.; Uçarkus, G.
Evolution of active faulting and morphology in a lithospheric scale pull-apart: the Sea of Marmara (North Anatolian Fault)

11:00 - 11:15
EGU06-A-06496;  SM10-1TU2O-003
Flerit, F.; Armijo, R.; King, G.; Meyer, B.
Which mechanical model for the Sea of Marmara releasing bend?

11:15 - 11:30
EGU06-A-06654;  SM10-1TU2O-004
Ferry, M.; Meghraoui , M.; Abou Karaki, N.; Al-Taj, M.; Amoush, H.; Al-Duheisat, S.; Barjous, M.
Slip deficit along the Jordan Valley segment of the Dead Sea Fault: Evidence from paleoseismic trenches and archeoseismology

11:30 - 11:45
EGU06-A-00296;  SM10-1TU2O-005
Shahpasandzadeh, M.; Shafeyi Bafti, A.
Quaternary offset and evolution of a major active strike-slip fault system: Kuh Banan fault, central Iran


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