Poster Programme GM4.1/EG8

GM4.1/EG8

Tectonics, climate and landscape (co-organized)
Convener: A. Whittaker  | Co-Conveners: Sinclair , R. Thiede 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 23 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room 29
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Thursday, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
A31
EGU2009-2374
Quantification of glacial erosion in the Alps using OSL-thermochronology
F. Herman, J.-D. Champagnac, E.J. Rhodes, M. Jaiswal, Y.-G. Chen, and J.-L. Schwenninger

A32
EGU2009-2821
Evidence of glacial erosion as a control on mountain height and morphology
V. Pedersen, D. L. Engholm, and S. B. Nielsen

A33
EGU2009-2311
How important is tectonics in creating relief in mountain ranges?
J.-D. Champagnac, P. Molnar, and C. Sue

A34 EGU2009-12723
Climate-driven versus tectonic-driven asymmetry of an orogenic wedge under high precipitation conditions: an axample from the northern Andes (withdrawn)
C. Higuera-Diaz and M. P. Fischer

A35
EGU2009-3439
A 3D model of the long-term landscape evolution of the Rwenzori Mountains, Albertine Rift, Uganda
F. Bauer, U.A. Glasmacher, P.W. Reiners, J. Braun, B. Nagudi, and T. Bechstaedt

A36
EGU2009-2227
From steady-state to climatically driven denudation across the Central Andes – SE Peru
g. ruiz, v. carlotto, and p. andriessen

A37
EGU2009-9895
Contrasting long-term denudation in Sri Lanka
F. Lisker, B. Emmel, and T. Hewawasam

A38
EGU2009-10819
Contrasting long-term landscape evolution of Spitsbergen, Svalbard
N. Dörr, F. Lisker, P. Clift, and C. Spiegel

A39
EGU2009-5841
Coupling Numerical Modeling and Low-T Thermochronology to Study the Evolution of Alpine Glaciated Landscapes
P. Sternai and F. Herman

A40
EGU2009-3647
Quantifying the slip-rates, spatial distribution and evolution of active normal faults from geomorphic analysis: Field examples from an oblique-extensional graben, Southern Turkey
AC Whittaker and SJ Boulton

A41
EGU2009-13352
Drainage system evolution associated with segment linkage within active thrust zones: the northern Tokachi fault zone, eastern Hokkaido, northern Japan
H. Suzuki, T. Imaizumi, and T. Ishiyama

A42
EGU2009-690
Observations of drainage systems of NE Sicily
R. Goswami, N.C. Mitchell, and S.H. Brocklehurst

A43
EGU2009-2129
Geomorphometric effects of a migrating uplift wave in the Rhenish shield (western Europe)
A. Demoulin

A44
EGU2009-10550
A unification of channel incision laws in steep, coarse catchments based on high Shields numbers
D.E.J. Hobley, H.D. Sinclair, and P.A. Cowie

A45
EGU2009-9229
The effect that variable erodibility has on landscape morphology and erosion rates
R. Walcott

A46
EGU2009-9652
Landscape evolution rates for a cyclic climate within an uplifting massif
R. Vassallo

A47
EGU2009-5092
Late Neogene and Quaternary alluvial fans give evidence for tectonic events at the eastern margin of the Eastern Alps
M. Wagreich, B. Salcher, and V. Koukal

A48
EGU2009-5893
Neogene tectonics in the Swiss Subalpine Molasse basin: Preliminary results from apatite (U-Th)/He ages and fault slip analyses in the Rigi area (Switzerland)
J. Lindow*, C. Cederbom, O. Oncken, F. Schlunegger, and D. Gröpler

A49
EGU2009-3404
Lithological and structural controls for glacial valley development in the Valais, Swiss Alps
P. G. Valla, F. Herman, and J.-D. Champagnac

A50
EGU2009-8890
Influence of neotectonics in the Ventena river basin, northern Apennines (central Italy).
D. Baioni

A51
EGU2009-9332
Active tectonics at the Eastern end of the Alps: The Alps are certainly not “dead
K. Stüwe, T. Wagner, A. Wölfler, and N. Legrain

A52
EGU2009-10413
Cosmic ray exposure dating of active faults and landslides in the SW Alps: Relationships between tectonics, slope instabilities and climate changes.
G. Sanchez, Y. Rolland, M. Corsini, R. Braucher, D. Bourlès, M. Arnold, and G. Aumaître

A53
EGU2009-1137
Assessment of relative active tectonics, south central Alborz (north Iran)
R. Khavari, M. Ghorashi, and M. Arian