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Poster Programme GD3.1/GM3.7/SM4.4/TS1.6

GD3.1/GM3.7/SM4.4/TS1.6

Plate kinematics, mantle convection, paleogeography and sea level (co-organized)
Convener: R. D. Müller 
Co-Conveners: H.-P. Bunge , M. Seton , S. Brune , G. Helffrich , G. Laske 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Fri, 27 Apr, 08:30–12:00 / Room 30
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 26 Apr, 15:30–19:00 / Hall XL
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Attendance Time: Thursday, 26 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: M. Seton
XL163
EGU2012-5692
Freeboard, sea level and dynamic topography during aggregation of a supercontinent
B. Guillaume, L. Husson, and G. Choblet

XL164
EGU2012-6101
On a goodness-of-fit between theoretical hypsometric curve and its empirical equivalents derived for various depth bins from 30 arc-second GEBCO bathymetry
M. Włosińska, T. Niedzielski, I. G. Priede, and P. Migoń

XL165
EGU2012-6897
Using global paleogeographic datasets towards ground-truthing dynamic topography models
L. G. Yeo, C. Heine, and R. D. Müller

XL166
EGU2012-9517
The integration of palaeogeography and tectonics in refining plate tectonic models: an example from SE Asia
S. M. Masterton, P. Markwick, R. Bailiff, D. Campanile, E. Edgecombe, D. Eue, A. Galsworthy, and K. Wilson

XL167
EGU2012-5537
The eustatic chimera: isn't the Cenomanian maximum flood a dynamic topography puzzle?
E. Ostanciaux, C. Robin, F. Guillocheau, G. Trotin, and L. Husson

XL168
EGU2012-12121
Scaling laws of dynamic topography and uplift-rate in 3D spherical geometry
A. Rozel, T.W. Becker, C. Faccenna, F. Funiciello, and L. Husson

XL169
EGU2012-10926
Spatial and Temporal variability in Dynamic Topography in East Antarctica
L. Anderson, F. Ferraccioli, G. Eagles, B. Steinberger, and J. Ritsema

XL170
EGU2012-4670
Reconstructing global grids of oceanic and continental lithospheric thickness
L. Quevedo, C. Heine, and R. D. Müller

XL171
EGU2012-6981
Long-term sea level and the cycle of supercontinent formation and dispersal
M. Seton and R.D. Muller

XL172
EGU2012-1208
P-wave velocity structure under Tibetan plateau revealed by seismic tomography
H. Zhang and J.M. Zhao

XL173
EGU2012-1219
Where Has the Shortened Lithosphere Gone —Mantle Flow below the Tibet
J.M. Zhao

Attendance Time: Thursday, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: G. Helffrich
XL174
EGU2012-3942
Lithospheric response to plume- and plate-tectonic interactions
V. Puchkov

XL175
EGU2012-4885
3d Numerical Modeling of the Equatorial Atlantic Break-Up
S. Brune and C. Heine

XL176
EGU2012-5433
New constraints on the Hawaiian swell origin using wavelet analysis of the geoid to topography ratio
C. Cadio, M. Ballmer, I. Panet, N. Ribe, and M. Diament

XL177
EGU2012-6145
Juan Fernández Ridge (Nazca Plate): petrology and thermochronology of a rejuvenated hot spot trail
J. Reyes and L.E. Lara

XL178
EGU2012-7692
A Globally Self-Consistent Model of Plate Motions Relative to the Hotspots for the Past 48 Million Years
E. Koivisto and R.G. Gordon

XL179
EGU2012-3262
Double layering of a thermochemical plume in the upper mantle beneath Hawaii
M. D. Ballmer, G. Ito, C. J. Wolfe, C. Cadio, and S. C. Solomon

XL180
EGU2012-8537
Can plumes collapse?: Experimental results and applications to Iceland.
M. Pears and C. Lithgow-Bertelloni

XL181
EGU2012-8601
Evolution of forces on Eurasia since the Miocene
R. Govers, K. Warners-Ruckstuhl, C. Hochard, P. Webb, R. Wortel, G. Stampfli, C. van Oosterhout, and H. Davies

XL182
EGU2012-8930
Tectonic Evolution of the Reykjanes Ridge During the Past 15
Á. Benediktsdóttir, R.N. Hey, F. Martinez, and Á. Höskuldsson

XL183
EGU2012-11400
Rifting by continental rotation, mantle flow and hotspot volcanism in the salt-depositing South Atlantic
P. Szatmari