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Orals TS7.1/GM3.7

TS7.1/GM3.7

Fold-and-thrust belts & accretionary wedges: mechanics, models, large earthquakes, fluids, growth, erosion, structures, tectonics and lithospheric links (co-organized)
Convener: John Suppe  | Co-Conveners: Fabien Graveleau , Dengfa He 
Orals
 / Mon, 28 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / 13:30–15:00  / Room B10
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Monday, 28 April 2014
Room B10
Chairperson: Nadaya Cubas and Judith Hubbard
08:30–08:45
EGU2014-10750
Quantitative testing critical-taper wedge theory with distinct-element modeling and the role of dynamics in controlling wedge tapers
Luther Strayer and John Suppe
08:45–09:00
EGU2014-4555
The role of heterogeneous fluid pressures in the shape of critical-taper submarine wedges, with application to Barbados
En-Chao Yeh and John Suppe
09:00–09:15
EGU2014-9819
Approximate General Coulomb Model for Accretionary Prisms: An Integrated Study of the Kumano Transect, Nankai Subduction Zone, Southwest Japan
Rob Skarbek, Matt Ikari, Andre Hüpers, Alan Rempel, Dean Wilson, and Hiroko Kitajima
09:15–09:30
EGU2014-11134
Large-scale thrusting along the northern margin of the Tibetan Plateau and the southwest Tarim basin: 230 km long active Hotian thrust sheet
Xin Wang, John Suppe, Hang Liang, and Dengfa He
09:30–09:45
EGU2014-5950
Mechanical analysis of the thin- versus thick-skin tectonics in the Molasse basin and Jura thrust belt (Swiss Alps) (solicited)
Bertrand Maillot, Typhaine Caer, Pauline Souloumiac, and Christophe Nussbaum
09:45–10:00
EGU2014-9240
Lithologically controlled detachment strength and steady state since 10 Ma: Exploring the Alpine wedge using critical taper analysis combined with low-temperature thermochronometry
Christoph von Hagke, Onno Oncken, Hugo Ortner, and Charlotte Cederbom
Coffee Break
10:30–10:45
EGU2014-3343
Coseismic slip on shallow décollement megathrusts (solicited)
Judith Hubbard, Sylvain Barbot, Emma M. Hill, and Paul Tapponnier
10:45–11:00
EGU2014-2494
Anomalous Accretionary Margin Topography Formed By Repeated Earthquakes
Kevin P. Furlong
11:00–11:15
EGU2014-10542
On the relationship between forearc deformation, frictional properties and megathrust earthquakes
Nadaya Cubas and Satish Singh
11:15–11:30
EGU2014-5839
Tectonic and gravity extensional collapses in over-pressured Coulomb wedges by limit analysis, with application to the active margin off Antofagasta (Northern Chile)
Xiaoping Yuan, Yves Leroy, and Bertrand Maillot
11:30–11:45
EGU2014-10931
Syn-orogenic extensional pulses within the contractional history of thrust wedges. The Val di Lima low-angle normal fault case study, Northern Apennines, Italy.
Luca Clemenzi, Giancarlo Molli, Fabrizio Storti, Philippe Muchez, Rudy Swennen, and Luigi Torelli
11:45–12:00
EGU2014-4547
Strike-slip earthquakes on moderately-dipping faults
Anne Van Horne, Judith Hubbard, Hiroshi Sato, and Tetsuya Takeda
Lunch Break
13:30–13:45 EGU2014-2218
Earthquakes, geodesy, and the structure of mountain belts (withdrawn)
Mark Allen and Edwin Nissen
13:45–14:00
EGU2014-5690
Zagros fold belt: orogenic accretion from obduction to collision (solicited)
Jaume Vergés, Eduard Saura, Emilio Casciello, Manel Fernandez, Daniel Garcia-Castellanos, Ivone Jiménez-Munt, Montserrat Torne, and Antonio Villaseñor
14:00–14:15
EGU2014-11054
Structure and propagation sequence of the western Nepal fold-and-thrust belt: new insights from field mapping, thermochronology and numerical modelling.
Jonathan Mercier, Jean Braun, Peter van der Beek, Olivier Beyssac, Geoffrey Batt, and Nicolas Riel
14:15–14:30
EGU2014-13204
What controls the growth and shape of the Himalayan foreland fold-and-thrust belt?
Djordje Grujic, John Hirschmiller, and Deirdre Mallyon
14:30–14:45
EGU2014-9549
Limited climate control of the Chugach/St. Elias thrust wedge in southern Alaska demonstrated by orogenic widening during Pliocene to Quaternary climate change
Andrew Meigs
14:45–15:00
EGU2014-14337
Relating shortening, erosion, and exhumation to orogen width during Alpine collision
Claudio Rosenberg, Alfons Berger, Nicolas Bellahsen, and Romain Bousquet