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Posters TS2.1/SM2.06

TS2.1/SM2.06

Faults and the deformation they cause: from outcrops to models (co-organized)
Convener: David Tanner 
Co-Conveners: Christian Brandes , Andreas Henk , Jennifer Ziesch 
Session details
Orals
 / Wed, 11 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room K1
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X2
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Attendance Time: Wednesday, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X2
Chairperson: Christian Brandes and Andreas Henk
X2.121 EGU2018-2255
Inversion of Slip Rates of The Faults around Ordos Block, Northern China, Based on GPS and Leveling Observations (withdrawn)
Shiyong Zhou, Yilei Huang, and Qingliang Wang

X2.122
EGU2018-2641
Deformation characteristics of the Ilgwang Fault in SE Korea
Kwangmin Jin and Young-Seog Kim

X2.123
EGU2018-8207
Applying the model of triclinic transpression with oblique extrusion to an active fault: The Alhama de Murcia Fault (Southeastern Spain). Preliminary results.
Jorge Alonso-Henar, Carlos Fernández, and José Jesús Martinez-Diaz

X2.124 EGU2018-14175
Design, Rheology and Scaling of Granular Rock-Analogue Materials (GRAM) for Multi-scale Fault-Fracture Simulations (withdrawn)
Juergen Adam and Elham Jonade

X2.125
EGU2018-10191
A New Earthquake Focal Mechanism Catalog for Egypt
Hazem Badreldin, Sherif Mohamed Ali, and Amr El-Sharkawy

X2.126
EGU2018-1298
Active tectonics of the Kumisi-Tsalka area, Georgia: back-thrust zone of the eastern Achara-Trialeti fold and thrust belt
Aleksandre Gventsadze, Victor Alania, Alessandro Tibaldi, and Onise Enukidze

X2.127
EGU2018-11551
The effects of deformation bands on uranium-bearing fluid migration in sedimentary sequences, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
Drew Lubiniecki, Rosalind King, Simon Holford, Mark Bunch, Steven Hill, and Stephen Hore

X2.128
EGU2018-12792
Normal faulting in basalts with vertical cooling joints: lessons learned from analogue models and outcrop studies in Iceland
Lisa Winhausen, Michael Kettermann, Christoph von Hagke, and Janos L. Urai

X2.129
EGU2018-12957
Deciphering the complex evolution of a polyphase fault/fracture network and its control on fluid circulation and ore deposition through macro- to micro-scale observations
Alexis Grare, Antonio Benedicto, Olivier Lacombe, Anna Travé, Julien Mercadier, Patrick Ledru, John Robbins, and Mario Blain

X2.130
EGU2018-8881
Mapping of massively dilatant faults in Iceland using UAV-SfM and TLS
Christopher Weismüller, Michael Kettermann, Christoph von Hagke, Janos Lajos Urai, and Klaus Reicherter

X2.131
EGU2018-13637
Microstructural analysis of the fault rocks in Mesozoic platform carbonates (Campolongo fault, Asiago Plateau, Venetian Prealps)
Enrico Marzotto, Michele Fondriest, and Dario Zampieri

X2.132
EGU2018-13908
The surface structures of massively dilatant faults in Iceland and their implications on subsurface geometries
Michael Kettermann, Christopher Weismüller, Christoph von Hagke, Klaus Reicherter, and Janos L. Urai

X2.133
EGU2018-12714
Influence of obliquity on the geometry of massively dilatant faults – insights from scaled analogue models
Nicolai Bitsch, Daniel Bücken, Michael Kettermann, Christoph von Hagke, and Janos L. Urai

X2.134 EGU2018-16334
Geometrical analysis of deformation bands and ladder fractures: a case study from Hopeman, Scotland (withdrawn after no-show)
Abdullah Awdal, David Healy, and Ian Alsop

X2.135
EGU2018-1644
Fault evolution in the Bavarian Molasse Basin: a case study of urban geothermal exploration around Munich, Germany
Jennifer Ziesch, David Tanner, Cenk Akyildiz, Hermann Buness, and Rüdiger Thomas

X2.136
EGU2018-18154
Visualisation and 3-D structural analysis of shear-deformation bands in unconsolidated Pleistocene sands with ground-penetrating radar
Christian Brandes, Jan Igel, Markus Loewer, David Tanner, Jörg Lang, Katharina Müller, and Jutta Winsemann