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Poster Programme GD3.7/G3.2/TS9.9

GD3.7/G3.2/TS9.9

Integrating geodetic and geological studies of active crustal deformation (co-organized)
Convener: M. Westerhaus 
Co-Conveners: J.A.G. Demoulin , W B Shen 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 23 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room 30
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 23 Apr, 15:30–19:00  / Hall XL
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Attendance Time: Monday, 23 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: WenBin Shen, Malte Westerhaus
XL202
EGU2012-13089
Kinematics of strike-slip faults: the geological perspective
J. van der Woerd

XL203
EGU2012-6785
A Geodetic Strain Rate Model for the Pacific-North American Plate Boundary, western United States
C. Kreemer, W. C. Hammond, G. Blewitt, A. A. Holland, and R. A. Bennett

XL204
EGU2012-13005
Geodetic, Geologic and Seismic Interdisciplinary Research of Tectonically Caused Movements in the Wider Area of the City of Zagreb
A. Dapo, B. Pribicevic, M. Herak, and E. Prelogovic

XL205
EGU2012-2940
New kinematic constraints of the western Doruneh fault (Central-Eastern Iran), from interseismic deformation analysis
G. Pezzo, C. Tolomei, S. Atzori, and S. Salvi

XL206
EGU2012-3340
Seven years of postseismic deformation in the Mw=6.8, 2003 Zemmouri (Algeria) earthquake area from PS-InSAR
E. Cetin, M. Meghraoui, Z. Cakir, O. Mimouni, S. Belabbes, A. Akoglu, S. Bouraoui, and M. Chebbah

XL207
EGU2012-3905
Analysis of Active Crustal Deformation in Chiayi Area, Southwestern Taiwan by Continues GPS network and numerical modeling
W.C. Chung and J.C. Hu

XL208
EGU2012-10124
Geodetic slip-rates from block-modeling of a dense GPS velocity field in Italy: comparison with geological slip-rates and seismic moment release
E. Serpelloni, L. Anderlini, B. Mastrolembo, A. Cavaliere, P. Baldi, and M. E. Belardinelli

XL209
EGU2012-7047
Determination of 3D surface displacement rates in the Upper Rhine Graben based on GURN (GNSS Upper Rhine Graben Network)
M. Mayer, A. Knöpfler, F. Masson, P. Ulrich, and B. Heck

XL210
EGU2012-6832
Vertical motions in New Zealand from dense GNSS network
A. Fadil, R. Tenzer, and P. Denys

Attendance Time: Monday, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: WenBin Shen, Malte Westerhaus
XL211 EGU2012-3314
Velocity profiles along continuous GPS stations in central and western Greece: Comparison with geological data (withdrawn)
A. Ganas, K. Chousianitis, M. Papanikolaou, P. Argyrakis, G. Drakatos, and K. Makropoulos

XL212
EGU2012-5072
Geodetic horizontal velocity and strain rate fields around Lake Vänern (SW Sweden) derived from GPS measurements between 1997 and 2011
F. Nilfouroushan, P. Hodacs, C. Talbot, H. Koyi, and L. Sjöberg

XL213
EGU2012-12158
Investigating the deformation of upper crustal faults at the N-Chilean convergent plate boundary at different scales using high-resolution topography datasets and creepmeter measurements
O. Ewiak, P. Victor, T. Ziegenhagen, and O. Oncken

XL214
EGU2012-3343
High resolution strain observations: Installation and first results of new laser strainmeters at the Geodynamic Observatory Moxa/Germany
P. Schindler, T. Jahr, G. Jentzsch, and N. Kukowski

XL215
EGU2012-3448
Lake Level Variations of Ngangzi Co Lake in Tibetan Plateau from Retracked TOPEX and Jason-1 data
H.H. Wang, C.K. Shum, Z.C. Luo, and K.H. Tseng

XL216 EGU2012-5242
Terrestrial water storage variations in China from GRACE (withdrawn)
Z.C. Luo, Q. Li, B. Zhong, and H.H. Wang

XL217 EGU2012-5036
Satellite-based estimates of the Mass variations over Tibet-plateau (withdrawn)
Q. Li, Z.C. Luo, H.H. Wang, and B. Zhong

XL218
EGU2012-1728
The Rheological Structure of the East Tibetan Plateau
X. Jiang and Y. Jin

XL219
EGU2012-6133
Monitoring of Fault Patterns Based on the Deflection of the Vertical Components, a Case Study in Zagros Belt
R. Kiamehr