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Posters G3.1/CR3.9/GD1.4/TS1.5

G3.1/CR3.9/GD1.4/TS1.5

Glacial Isostatic Adjustment, Mantle Viscosity and Ice Sheet Fluctuations (co-organized)
Convener: Holger Steffen 
Co-Conveners: Bert Vermeersen , Willy Fjeldskaar , Markku Poutanen 
Session details
Orals
 / Tue, 09 Apr, 15:30–17:15  / Room R13
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Red Posters
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Attendance Time: Tuesday, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Markku Poutanen, Willy Fjeldskaar
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Possible role of hydroisostasy in peculiarities of lateglacial - postglacial sedimentation of the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland and Lake Ladoga
Aleksey Amantov, Daria Ryabchuk, Willy Fjeldskaar, Vladimir Zhamoida, and Marina Amantova

R26
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Soft-sediment deformation structures in Late Pleistocene alluvial-aeolian sediments caused by GIA induced seismicity along the Osning Thrust (northern Germany)
Christian Brandes and Jutta Winsemann

R27
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Comparing the New Madrid Seismic Zone with the Osning Thrust: implications for GIA-induced intraplate tectonics in northern Germany
Christian Brandes, Holger Steffen, Patrick Wu, David Tanner, and Jutta Winsemann

R28
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Fault slip during a glacial cycle
Rebekka Steffen, Patrick Wu, Holger Steffen, and Dave Eaton

R29
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Effects of present day deglaciation in Iceland on the mantle melt production rate
Peter Schmidt, Björn Lund, Christoph Hieronymus, John Maclennan, Thora Árnadóttir, and Carolina Pagli

R30
EGU2013-11644
Gravity change in Finland 1962-2010 from the comparison of new measurements using the outdoor absolute gravimeter A10-020 with legacy relative measurements
Jaakko Mäkinen, Marcin Sękowski, Jan Kryński, Jaakko Kuokkanen, Jyri Näränen, Arttu Raja-Halli, Hannu Ruotsalainen, and Heikki Virtanen

R31
EGU2013-12184
Absolute-gravity stations in Western Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica
Jaakko Mäkinen, Ravik Rasindra, Uttam Chand, Virendra Tiwari, Valery Lukin, Michail Anisimov, Yngve Melvaer, Gudmund Melland, Hannu Koivula, Jyri Näränen, and Markku Poutanen

R32
EGU2013-9407
Estimation of Antarctic Peninsula rheology from viscoelastic modelling constrained by GPS observations
Grace Nield, Valentina Barletta, Andrea Bordoni, Matt King, Pippa Whitehouse, Peter Clarke, and Eugene Domack

R33
EGU2013-13187
Uncertainty of GIA models across the Greenland
Gabriella Ruggieri

R34
EGU2013-9045
GIA Ice Models
Samuel Kachuck, Larry Cathles, and Aleksey Amantov

R35
EGU2013-5020
ITRF2008, Glacial Isostatic Adjustment and Recent Ice Melting
Laurent Metivier, Xavier Collilieux, and Zuheir Altamimi

R36
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Using the Nordic Geodetic Observing System for Land Uplift Studies
Maaria Nordman, Antti Kairus, and Markku Poutanen

R37
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Glacial isostatic adjustment using GNSS permanent stations and GIA modelling tools
Karin Kollo, Giorgio Spada, and Martin Vermeer

R38
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Earth's Elastic Deformation: Reference and Site-dependent Love numbers
Pascal Gegout

R39
EGU2013-7807
Weak formulation of the sensitivity equations for glacial isostatic adjustment
Zdenek Martinec and Ingo Sasgen

R40
EGU2013-8879
Fingerprinting sea-level variations in response to continental ice loss: a benchmark exercise
Valentina R. Barletta, Giorgio Spada, Riccardo E.M. Riva, Thomas S. James, Karen M. Simon, Wouter van der Wal, Zdenek Martinec, Volker Klemann, Per-Anders Olsson, Jan Hagedoorn, Paolo Stocchi, and Bert Vermeersen

R41
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Confronting GIA models to a probabilistic surface reconstruction of relative sea-level rise
Gael Choblet, Laurent Husson, Thomas Bodin, and Yann Capdeville

R42
EGU2013-12231
Simulating regionally varying sea-level changes over the past glacial cycles with a coupled ice-sheet sea-level model
Bas de Boer, Paolo Stocchi, and Roderik van de Wal

R43
EGU2013-555
Effects of varying ice volume on the Relative Sea Level at the Hanish Sill
Felicity Williams, Eelco Rohling, and Mark Tamisiea