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PICO TS11.2/GD10.2/GMPV10.2


Analogue and numerical modelling of tectonic processes (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Frank Zwaan 
Co-Conveners: Fabio Corbi , Valentina Magni , Ágnes Király 
Session details
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / PICO spot 3
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Friday, 13 Apr 2018
PICO spot 3
Chairperson: Frank Zwaan, Fabio Corbi, Valentina Magni, Ágnes Király

10:30–10:32 PICO3.1
An analog material for ductile non-linear lithosphere rheology: application to lithospheric tearing
Taco Broerse, Ben Norder, Rob Govers, Dimitrios Sokoutis, and Ernst Willingshofer
10:32–10:34 PICO3.2
Scaled analogue modelling using the MultiBox: a new approach for better understanding kinematic complexities of transpression.
Jan Oliver Eisermann, Catalina Balbis, and Ulrich Riller
10:34–10:36 PICO3.3
Comparing various analogue set-ups for modelling extensional tectonics
Frank Zwaan, Guido Schreurs, Susanne Buiter, John Naliboff, and Jürgen Adam
Deformation mechanisms

10:36–10:38 PICO3.4
Flow patterns arising from viscous matrix perturbation due to rigid inclusion rotation under bulk coaxial vs. non-coaxial plane strain: new insights from analogue modelling and implications for use of discriminating shear sense indicators
Filipe Rosas, Joao Duarte, Wouter Schellart, Afonso Gomes, Joana Silva, and Jaime Almeida
10:38–10:40 PICO3.5
Sense and non-sense of shear reloaded: numerical modelling and natural examples of ambiguous kinematic indicators
Bernhard Grasemann, Marcin Dabrowski, and Martin Schöpfer
10:40–10:42 PICO3.6
Strike-slip fault propagation across crustal (interbedded) low viscosity anomalies: new insight from analogue modelling results
Afonso Gomes, Filipe Rosas, João Duarte, Ricardo Tomás, Jaime Almeida, Vincent Strak, and Wouter Schellart
10:42–10:44 PICO3.7
Early fault geometry has greater influence than rheology on strike-slip fault development
Michele Cooke, Yijun Wang, and Sarah Titus
Large-scale tectonics

10:44–10:46 PICO3.8
From continental rifting to conjugate passive margins: Insights from analogue and numerical modelling | Highlight
Anouk Beniest, Ernst Willingshofer, Dimitrios Sokoutis, Alexander Koptev, William Sassi, Xavier Guichet, and Sylvie Leroy
10:46–10:48 PICO3.9
Mapping mantle complexity in 4-D geodynamical models of circulation beneath migrating mid-ocean ridges
Loes van Dam, Christopher Kincaid, Robert Pockalny, and R Tucker Sylvia
10:48–10:50 PICO3.10
Control of slab width on backarc basin formation and cordilleran mountain building at subduction zones
Wouter P. Schellart
Case studies

10:50–10:52 PICO3.11
Concurrent deformation in the Longmen Shan and the Sichuan Basin: a critical wedge captured by limit analysis
Huai Zhang, Zhen Zhang, Liangshu Wang, Huihong Cheng, Yaolin Shi, and Yves Leroy
10:52–10:54 PICO3.12
Effect of a half-graben structure on formation of a shallow plate boundary fault in subduction zone with sandbox modelling.
Hiroaki Koge, Yasuhiro Yamada, Akihiro Ohde, Asuka Yamaguchi, and Juichiro Ashi
10:54–10:56 PICO3.13
Three-dimensional numerical modeling of the tectonic evolution of the series basins in the Hexi Corridor at the NE Tibetan Plateau
Weilin Li, Yaolin Shi, and Huihong Cheng
10:56–10:58 PICO3.14
Deformation process and physical modeling of the Cambrian salt-related structures in the southern and eastern Sichuan Basin
Anna xu, Suyun hu, Zecheng wang, Dongmei bo, and Xiufen zhai
International collaboration

10:58–11:00 PICO3.15
Sharing experimental data and facilities in EPOS: New community services for the analogue modelling of geologic processes in the TCS Multi-scale Laboratories
Matthias Rosenau, Elisa Calignano, Corrado Cimarelli, Fabio Corbi, Giacomo Corti, Ana Crespo-Blanc, Stephane Dominguez, Kirsten Elger, Francesca Funiciello, Otto Lange, Teresa Román-Berdiel, Daniele Trippanera, Damian Ulbricht, Ernst Willingshofer, and Marco Bonini and the EPOS TCS Multi-scale Laboratories team
Interactive presentations at PICO screens