Poster Programme SM2.4/GMPV24/TS7.2

SM2.4/GMPV24/TS7.2

Earthquakes, fluids and metamorphism (co-organized)
Convener: T. John  | Co-Convener: Vannucchi 
Oral Programme
 / Fri, 24 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room 2
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Fri, 24 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Friday, 24 April 2009, 08:30–10:00
Halls X/Y
Chairperson: Timm John and Paola Vannucchi
XY888
EGU2009-7093
Generation of intermediate to deep earthquakes by self-localizing thermal runaway: Constraints from petrological and numerical studies
T. John, S. Medvedev, T. B. Andersen, L. H. Rüpke, Y. Podladchikov, and H. Austrheim

Halls X/Y
XY889
EGU2009-3741
Dehydration and stability of clay in the seismogenic zone
O. Vidal, B. Dubacq, and R. Bousquet

Halls X/Y
XY890
EGU2009-4389
Fluid-rock interaction controlling clay-mineral crystallization in quartz-rich rocks and its influence on the seismicity of the Carboneras fault area (SE Spain)
R. Jimenez-Espinosa, I. Abad, J. Jimenez-Millan, and M. Lorite-Herrera

Halls X/Y
XY891
EGU2009-9792
Early forefront exhumation in an erosive subduction complex: insights from the Northern Apennines of Italy
F. Remitti, P. Vannucchi, M.L. Balestrieri, and G. Bettelli

Halls X/Y
XY892
EGU2009-9405
New thermal constraints on a shallow fossil subduction channel from the Northern Apennines of Italy
M. Carlini, L. Aldega, S. Corrado, P. Vannucchi, F. Remitti, and G. Bettelli

Halls X/Y
XY893
EGU2009-7177
Variability in fault architecture, mineralogy and fluid flow through faults in granite gneiss exhumed from seismogenic depths in the Italian Alps.
S. Lawther, T.J Dempster, and Z.K. Shipton

Halls X/Y
XY894
EGU2009-1555
Origin of hydrologic responses to earthquakes: constraints from the response of the Alum Rock Springs to the 2007 Alum Rock earthquake
M. Manga and J.C. Rowland

Halls X/Y
XY895
EGU2009-2261
The Influence of the Earthquakes on the Compositional Change in Basement Groundwater (on the Example of the South Tatarian Arch)
R. Ibragimov and I. Plotnikova

Halls X/Y
XY896
EGU2009-13014
Changes in pH and ion composition in liquid media caused by mineral grinding: its dependency to mineral species
T. SAITO and H. TANAKA