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  Poster Programme - IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14 Bridging timescales of landscape evolution in active orogens (co-organized by GM, GD, SSP & TS, co-sponsored by EAG)

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Convener: Najman, Y.
Co-Convener: Kirstein, L.
Co-Sponsorship:


Author in Attendance:

Monday, 14 April 2008 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Monday, 14 April 2008 08:00 -
Monday, 14 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Hall A

Chairperson: N.N.

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A0169
EGU2008-A-09211;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0169
Heberer, B; Behrmann, J.H.; Rahn, M.
Tracking the provenance Assessing sedimentary pathways and upper plate dynamics at the South Central Chile margin

A0170
EGU2008-A-09808;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0170
Uba, C.E.; Kley, J.; Strecker, M.; Schmitt, A.
Timing and propagation rates of the thrust and fold belts of southern Bolivia and its implications for the evolution of the central Andes

A0171
EGU2008-A-06134;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0171
Vanacker, V.; von Blanckenburg, F.; Govers, G.; Kubik, P.W
Quantification of the Transient Behaviour of Rivers draining the Southern Ecuadorian Andes

A0172
EGU2008-A-05082;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0172
Gunnell, Y.; Thouret, J.-C.; Brichau, S.; Carter, A.
A low-temperature thermochronology of denudation, crustal uplift and canyon incision in the Western Cordillera of southern Peru

A0173
EGU2008-A-05421;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0173
Champagnac, J.-D.; Molnar, P.; Yuan, D.; Ge, W.
Neotectonics slip rate at the front of the Qilian Shan, NE Tibetan plateau

A0174
EGU2008-A-04682;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0174
Palumbo, L; Hetzel, R; Tao, M; Li, X
In-situ cosmogenic 10Be denudation rate variations along active tectonic ranges at the NE edge of the Tibetan Plateau

A0175
EGU2008-A-02583;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0175
Najman, Y; Surma Basin Team
The Paleogene record of Himalayan erosion, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh: Implications for interactions between tectonics, erosion and marine geochemistry

A0176
EGU2008-A-01844;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0176
Kirstein, L.A.; Carter, A; Chen, Y-G
Exhumation, sediment routing and the detrital record of orogenesis, Taiwan

A0177
EGU2008-A-05770;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0177
Huang, H.-T.; Hu, J.-C.; Kuo, C.-H.
Estimation of the relative tectonic active rate by stream power erosion model in the Chiayi Area, Taiwan

A0178
EGU2008-A-10605;  IS15 - GM2.3/GD28/SSP30/TS14-1MO5P-0178
Simon-Labric, T.; Teyssier, C.; Cosca, M. ; Brocard, G.; van der Beek, P.
U-Th/He dating of a rapid incision denudation event induced by lake overspill, the Skagit River Gorge, Northern North Cascades Range, Washington.




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