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TS13: Structure and dynamics of orogenic wedges
Abstract Status Scheduled Contributions (Author(s), Title) Name and Email of Contact
EGU2008-A-07115 oral solicited (15 min) - Brun , JP; Faccenna, C
Exhumation of high-pressure rocks driven by slab rollback in the Aegean
Jean-Pierre Brun,
TS16: Fluid flux, mass transfer and energy release in subduction zones
Abstract Status Scheduled Contributions (Author(s), Title) Name and Email of Contact
EGU2008-A-02802 oral (15 min) - Tilmann, FJ; Grevemeyer, I; Suwargadi, B; Kopp, H; Flueh, E
The seismic/aseismic transition as seen in aftershocks of the 28 Mar 2005 Nias and 26 December 2004 Aceh-Andaman earthquakes
Frederik Tilmann,
EGU2008-A-02984 oral solicited (15 min) - Kodaira, S.; Takahashi, N.; Sato, T.; Obana, K.; Takahashi, T.; Kaneda, Y.
Crustal formation process and mass transfer in the Izu-Bonin subduction factory revealed by active - passive seismic studies
Shuichi Kodaira,
EGU2008-A-05863 oral solicited (15 min) - Saffer, D; Skarbek, R; Tobin, H; McKiernan, A
From the trench to the seismogenic zone: Establishing links between, fluid pressure, low-T metamorphism, and fault stability
Demian Saffer,
EGU2008-A-05938 oral (15 min) - Tobin, H; Kinoshita, M; IODP Exp. 314 Scientific Party
State of Stress in the Nankai Trough Accretionary Complex and Implications for the Seismogenic Cycle: Results from 3D Seismic Data and IODP Expedition 314
Harold Tobin,
EGU2008-A-06865 poster - Kinoshita, M.; Kasaya, T.; Davis, E.; Meldrum, B.; Becker, K.
6 years of borehole pore-pressure monitoring at the toe of Nankai accretionary prism using two ACORK observatories
Masataka Kinoshita,
EGU2008-A-12182 oral solicited (15 min) - Henry, P.; Lallemant, S.J.; Ashi, J.; Byrne, T.; Tobin, H.J.; Kinoshita, M.; McNeill, L.; Moore, J.C.; Bourlange, S.; Conin, M.; Nantroseize Shipboard Sci. Party (Exp. 314 & 315)
Accretionary wedge growth, seismogenic zone updip limit and stress variations in Nankai subduction
Pierre Henry,
TS2: Are faults weak or strong? Theoretical, experimental and geological approaches (including Outstanding Young Scientist Award Lecture)
Abstract Status Scheduled Contributions (Author(s), Title) Name and Email of Contact
EGU2008-A-01703 oral (15 min) - Carena, S.; Moder, C.
Fault strength in California and western Nevada
Sara Carena,
EGU2008-A-01970 oral solicited (15 min) - Suppe, J.; Yue, L. F.
Pore-fluid pressures and crustal strength
John Suppe,
EGU2008-A-04233 oral solicited (30 min) - Di Toro, G.; Pennacchioni, G.
Strong faults in a strong crust (Outstanding Young Scientist Lecture)
Giulio Di Toro,
EGU2008-A-05049 oral (15 min) - Tembe, S; Lockner, D; Wong, T.-f.
Constraints on frictional strength and pore pressure excess for a weak San Andreas: The Rice-style model revisited
Sheryl Tembe,
EGU2008-A-08351 oral (15 min) - Keulen, N.; Stunitz, H.; Heilbronner, R.
Why is the oceanic crust weak? New results from medium temperature experiments on basalt rocks.
Nynke Keulen,
EGU2008-A-09609 oral (15 min) - Sone, H.; Shimamoto, T.
High velocity friction experiments suggesting dynamically weak, but statically strong faults
Toshihiko Shimamoto,
TS8: Continental Strike-Slip Fault Systems: Developmental Processes, Geometrical Complexities and Associated Economic Resources
Abstract Status Scheduled Contributions (Author(s), Title) Name and Email of Contact
EGU2008-A-00715 poster - Kanjanapayont, P.; Edwards, M.A.; Grasemann, B.
Lineament interpretation and deformation styles within the Klong Marui continental wrench fault, southern Thailand
Pitsanupong Kanjanapayont,

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