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PICO TS7.4/GD8.4/GMPV8.13


Analogue and numerical modeling of tectonic processes (co-organized)PICO Session
Convener: Marcel Frehner 
Co-Conveners: Fabio Corbi , Max Peters 
Session details
 / Thu, 21 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / PICO spot 2
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Thursday, 21 Apr 2016
PICO spot 2
Chairperson: Marcel Frehner, Fabio Corbi, Max Peters

13:30–13:32 PICO2.1
Viscoelastic silicone oils in analog modeling - a rheological benchmark
Michael Rudolf, David Boutelier, Matthias Rosenau, Guido Schreurs, and Onno Oncken
13:32–13:34 PICO2.2
Properties of granular analogue model materials: A community wide survey
Matthias Klinkmüller, Guido Schreurs, Matthias Rosenau, and Helga Kemnitz
13:34–13:36 PICO2.3
Scaling the sandbox: New insights from detailed mechanical testing and quantitative comparison to nature
Malte C. Ritter, Karen Leever, Matthias Rosenau, and Onno Oncken
13:36–13:38 PICO2.4
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Folder: a MATLAB-based tool for modelling deformation in layered media subject to layer parallel shortening or extension
Marta Adamuszek, Marcin Dabrowski, and Daniel W. Schmid
Micro- to outcrop-scale

13:38–13:40 PICO2.5
Towards an integrated numerical simulator for crack-seal vein microstructure: Coupling phase-field with the Discrete Element Method
Simon Virgo, Kumar Ankit, Britta Nestler, and Janos L. Urai
13:40–13:42 PICO2.6
The evolution of spatial distribution patterns of rigid porphyroclasts under pure and simple shear
Marcin Dabrowski
13:42–13:44 PICO2.7
Structural inheritance during multilayer buckle folding: How pre-existing asymmetries result in parasitic folds with wrong vergence (withdrawn)
Marcel Frehner and Timothy Schmid
Faults and folds

13:44–13:46 PICO2.8
Denali in a box: analog experiments modeled after a natural setting provide insight on gentle restraining bend deformation
Anne Fendick, Sean Bemis, Kevin Toeneboehn, Michele Cooke, and Jeff Benowitz
13:46–13:48 PICO2.9
Modeling along-axis variations in fault architecture in the Main Ethiopian Rift: implications for Nubia-Somalia kinematics
Asfaw Erbello, Giacomo Corti, Federico Sani, and Tesfaye Kidane
13:48–13:50 PICO2.10
Use of integrated analogue and numerical modelling to predict tridimensional fracture intensity in fault-related-folds.
Mattia Pizzati, Cristian Cavozzi, Corrado Magistroni, and Fabrizio Storti
13:50–13:52 PICO2.11
Fold axis rotation during transpressional folding: Insights from analog and numerical models (withdrawn)
Marcel Frehner and Guido Schreurs

13:52–13:54 PICO2.12
Numerical Modelling of multi-stage basin inversion in the western Barents Shelf
Muhammad Armaghan Faisal Miraj, Christphe Pascal, Roy H. Gabrielsen, and Jan Inge Faleide
13:54–13:56 PICO2.13
Deep Structure Model of the South Kara Basin (withdrawn)
Nataliya A. Sergeyeva, Ludmila P. Zabarinskaya, and Valentina B. Piip
Fold-and-thrust belts, diapirs, subduction

13:56–13:58 PICO2.14
Upper crustal mechanical stratigraphy and the evolution of thrust wedges: insights from sandbox analogue experiments
Flavio Milazzo, Fabrizio Storti, Yago Nestola, Cristian Cavozzi, Corrado Magistroni, Marco Meda, and Francesca Salvi
13:58–14:00 PICO2.15
Modelling "reality" in tectonics: Simulation of the mechanical evolution of the Jura Mountains-Molasse Basin system, and routes to forward-inverse modelling of fold thrust belts.
David Hindle and Jonas Kley
14:00–14:02 PICO2.16
Axi-asymmetric development of buoyant diapirs in analogue and numerical experiments: the role of source-layer tilts
Urmi Dutta, Amiya Baruah, and Nibir Mandal
14:02–14:04 PICO2.17
The role of backarc shortening and extension on forearc deformation induced by aseismic ridge subduction
Stefanie Zeumann and Andrea Hampel
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