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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: D. Müller  | Co-Conveners: H.-P. Bunge , M. Seton , S. Brune , G. Helffrich , G. Laske 
Oral Programme
 / Fri, 27 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room 30
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 26 Apr, 15:30–19:00  / Hall XL

Attendance Time: Thursday, 26 April 2012, 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

Hall XL
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

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

Hall XL
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

Hall XL
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

Hall XL
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

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

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

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

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

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

Attendance Time: Thursday, 26 April 2012, 17:30–19:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: G. Helffrich
XL174
EGU2012-3942
Lithospheric response to plume- and plate-tectonic interactions
V. Puchkov

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

Hall XL
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

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

Hall XL
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

Hall XL
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

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

Hall XL
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

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

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