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Orals TS5.1/NH4.10/SM2.7

TS5.1/NH4.10/SM2.7

Active Tectonics and the Earthquake Cycle (co-sponsored by GSA-SGT) (co-organized)
Convener: Matthieu Ferry  | Co-Conveners: Kris Vanneste , Esther Hintersberger 
Orals
 / Mon, 28 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room B1
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Monday, 28 Apr 2014
Room B1
Chairperson: Matthieu Ferry, Kris Vanneste
08:30–08:45
EGU2014-2003
New paleoseismological evidence from the Wairarapa Fault (North Island, New Zealand)
Juan Miguel Insua-Arévalo, Pilar Villamor, Robert Langridge, Ivan Martin-Rojas, Fidel Martín-González, Jose Jesus Martínez-Díaz, and Russ Van Dissen
08:45–09:00
EGU2014-10826
Geomorphic and palaeoseismic records of historic and prehistoric earthquakes in SE Kazakhstan
Richard Walker, Kanatbek Abdrakhmatov, Grace Campbell, James Hollingsworth, Angela Landgraf, David Mackenzie, Aidyn Mukambayev, and Magali Rizza
09:00–09:15
EGU2014-11887
Coseismic surface displacements from optical and SAR image offset tracking, fault modeling and geomorphological analysis of the Sept. 24th, 2013 M7.7 Balochistan earthquake
Jonathan Harrington, Teng Wang, Guangcai Feng, Ahmet Akoglu, Sigurjón Jónsson, and Mahdi Motagh
09:15–09:30
EGU2014-10179
New evidence that the 1999 Mw=7.6 Chi-Chi earthquake is a characteristic earthquake: Deciphering long-term (30 ka) fault slip vectors on the northern Chelungpu fault from fold scarps on alluvial terraces
Maryline Le Beon, John Suppe, Manoj Jaiswal, Yue-Gau Chen, and Michaela Ustaszewski
09:30–09:45
EGU2014-3034
Are landslides in the New Madrid Seismic Zone the result of the 1811-1812 earthquake sequence or multiple prehistoric earthquakes?
Ryan Gold, Robert Williams, and Randall Jibson
09:45–10:00
EGU2014-9457
The Istria yo-yo - evidence for millennial seismic cycle in the northern Adriatic
Miklós Kázmér, Marko Vrabec, and Balázs Székely
Coffee Break
10:30–10:45
EGU2014-14419
Three Millennia of Seemingly Time-Predictable Earthquakes, Tell Ateret
Amotz Agnon, Shmuel Marco, and Ronnie Ellenblum
10:45–11:00
EGU2014-11223
The Earthquake Loading Cycle and the Deep Structure of the North Anatolian Fault
Tim Wright, David Cornwell, Katie Farrell, Greg Houseman, Ekbal Hussain, Geoffrey Llloyd, Richard Phillips, David Thompson, Sebastian Rost, Tadashi Yamasaki, Niyazi Turkelli, and Levent Gulen
11:00–11:15
EGU2014-3208
Submarine Paleoearthquake Records and Seismic Risk Assessment in the Sea of Marmara, Turkey
M.Namik Cagatay, Demet Biltekin, Levent Erel, Pierre Henry, Luca Gasperini, Cecilia M. McHugh, Celine Grall, L.Nurdan Gungor, Emin Gungor, Alina Polonia, Cengiz Zabci, and Remzi Akkok
11:15–11:30
EGU2014-4604
Linking short- and long-term deformation along an active margin: regional tectono-geomorphic patterns in light of the 2010 Maule Chile earthquake (M8.8)
Julius Jara-Muñoz, Daniel Melnick, Dominik Brill, and Manfred Strecker
11:30–11:45
EGU2014-15117
Holocene turbidites reveal earthquake supercycles at a slow convergence plate boundary (Northern Algeria)
Gueorgui Ratzov, Antonio Cattaneo, Nathalie Babonneau, Karim Yelles, Rabah Bracene, Tassadite Lateb, and Jacques Déverchere
11:45–12:00
EGU2014-9709
Estimation of active faulting in a slow deformation area: Culoz fault as a case study (Jura-Western Alps junction).
Camille DE LA TAILLE, Francois JOUANNE, Christian CROUZET, Hervé JOMARD, Christian BECK, Koen DE RYCKER, Maarten VAN DAELE, and Thomas LEBOURG