Poster Programme GM4.2/EG9/TS4.1

GM4.2/EG9/TS4.1

Novel approaches to quantifying the timing and rate of landscape change (co-organized)
Co-Conveners: S. M. Mudd , Garcia 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 23 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / 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
A54
EGU2009-4816
Glacigenic erosion, sediment generation and transport routes in Fennoscandia during Pleistocene - evidence from South Norway
B.O. Hjelstuen, A. Nygård, H.P. Sejrup, and H. Haflidason

A55
EGU2009-6200
Comparison between PGAA and ID-AMS analysis for determining chlorine content in whole rock basalt
L. Di Nicola, C. Schnabel, K.M. Wilcken, and K. Gméling

A56
EGU2009-8112
Late Pleistocene to Holocene palaeoclimate reconstruction of a sediment core from the Bayan Tohomiin Nuur dry lake (southern Mongolia)
T. Felauer, F. Lehmkuhl, W. Murad, F. Schlütz, C. Stolz, N. Hempelmann, J. Grunert, D. Hülle, and A. Hilgers

A57
EGU2009-12086
3-dimensional geometric modeling and parameter estimation of scoria cones of the San Francisco Volcanic Field, Arizona, USA
E. Király, B. Székely, T. Bata, L. Lócsi, and D. Karátson

A58
EGU2009-12925
Quaternary landscape evolution driven by extensional processes in the Central Betics: the case of the Granada basin
V. Pérez-Peña, J.M. Azañón, A. Azor, and G. Booth-Rea

A59
EGU2009-12315
Modeling Long-Term Landscape Evolution in Southeastern Brazil: The Retreatment of the Mantiqueira Escarpment
I.C. Moreira, C.L. Mello, and N.F. Fernandes

A60
EGU2009-11399
40Ar/36Ar geochronology on a quadrupole mass spectrometer: Where are we going?
B. Schneider, J.R. Wijbrans, K.F. Kuiper, C.R. Fenton, and A.J. Williams

A61
EGU2009-10247
Reproducibility of old apatite (U-Th)/He ages: an example from East Greenland
C. Persano, D.A. Swift, F.M. Stuart, and V. Olive

A62
EGU2009-1662
Active tectonics of frontal thrust, southwestern Taiwan orogenic belt
W. Chen, F. Chou, C. Yang, and H. Yang

A63
EGU2009-13104
Dating the onset of transpressional deformation in the Kaoko Belt (Northwestern Namibia)
J. Konopásek, S. Ulrich, J. Košler, L. Tajčmanová, and P. Jeřábek

A64
EGU2009-13178
300 million years of basin evolution - the thermotectonic history of the Ukrainian Donbas Foldbelt
C. Spiegel, M. Danisik, R. Sachsenhofer, W. Frisch, and V. Privalov

A65
EGU2009-3465
Timing and Rates of Neogene Exhumation During Orogen-Parallel Extension in the Central Alps
M. Campani, N.S. Mancktelow, D. Seward, Y. Rolland, and F. Herman

A66
EGU2009-7197
New thermochronological constraints on the timing of shear from the Khlong Marui and Ranong faults, Peninsular Thailand: implications for Himalayan lateral extrusion.
I. Watkinson, C. Elders, and R. Hall

A67
EGU2009-3670
Extracting quantitative information on denudation and relief history from thermochronological age-elevation profiles: an example from the French Western Alps
P.A. van der Beek, P.G. Valla, F. Herman, J. Braun, C. Persano, E. Labrin, K.J. Dobson, and F. Stuart

A68 EGU2009-13963
What is a good thermal history model? (withdrawn)
K Gallagher

A69
EGU2009-8672
A simple model of soil genesis and weathering suitable for long term carbon cycle studies.
S. Arens and A. Kleidon

A70
EGU2009-10547
Style, rate and pattern of erosion on stratovolcanoes and ignimbrite surfaces in the Central Andes
D. Karátson, T. Telbisz, B. Székely, and G. Wörner

A71
EGU2009-11610
Long lasting paleolandscapes stability of the French Massif Central during the Mesozoic
C. Ricordel-Prognon, M. Thiry, H. Theveniaut, and F. Lagroix

A72
EGU2009-7445
Changes in the weathering of rock surfaces in different geomorphological environments: glacial, nival and coastal.
A. Feal-Pérez, R. Blanco-Chao, A. Pérez-Alberti, J. López-Bedoya, and M. Valcárcel-Díaz

A73
EGU2009-6722
Topographic evolution indicated by the distributions of knickpoints and slope breaks in the tectonically active Kii Mountains, southwestern Japan
N. Hiraishi and M. Chigira

A74
EGU2009-12514
Landscape signatures of time varying erosion rates
S. M. Mudd and M. D. Hurst

A75
EGU2009-3817
Catchment scale simulation of weathering-erosion coupling by the soil evolution model mARM
S. Cohen, G. Willgoose, and G. Hancock

A76
EGU2009-2096
Effect of terrain smoothing on the correction of terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide production rates for skyline shielding
K.P. Norton and V. Vanacker

A77
EGU2009-2789
Uplift and denudation rates of an actively growing mountain range inferred from in-situ produced cosmogenic 10Be: the Yumu Shan (NE Tibetan Plateau)
L. Palumbo, R. Hetzel, T. Minxing, X. Li, and J. Guo

A78
EGU2009-5321
Grain size dependency of cosmogenic nuclide concentrations in alluvial sediment in an arid zone catchment.
A.T. Codilean, D. Fabel, C.R. Fenton, P. Bishop, and S. Xu

A79
EGU2009-10297
Coupling bedrock and alluvial fluvial systems in landscape evolution modeling
W. Schwanghart

A80
EGU2009-4960
Theoretical cosmogenic nuclide concentration in river bed load clasts: Does it depend on clast size?
S. Carretier and V. Regard

A81
EGU2009-7659
Cosmogenic He-3 exposure ages of basalts from Ascension Island - implications for evolution of ocean islands
K. Ammon, T. J. Dunai, F. M. Stuart, A.-S. Meriaux, and E. Gayer

A82
EGU2009-9419
10Be and 26Al dating of river terraces and quaternary incision rates in the Ardenne massif (eastern Belgium)
G. Rixhon, R. Braucher, L. Siame, D. Bourlès, and A. Demoulin