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GD6.3 | PICO

The Azores archipelago is located in the triple junction of the North American, Eurasian and Nubian tectonic plates. The origin of the magmatism in the archipelago remains controversial even though it has generally been associated with a mantle plume interacting with the local structural regime. Due to this peculiar geodynamic setting, earthquakes, subaerial and submarine volcanic eruptions may occur in the archipelago. The identification of possible signs of unrest of the volcanoes is challenging and much of the recent volcanic activity is characterized by the occurrence of seismic swarms, ground deformation episodes and the presence of secondary manifestations of volcanism. The archipelago is located in the vicinity of the central Northern Atlantic Ocean, what makes the islands vulnerable to storms, floods and landslides. The islands are thus ideally suited to apply different multidisciplinary methodologies for the study of geological hazards.
This session aims to focus on the Azores submarine plateau and islands as a natural laboratory for the study of different geological processes. Here, we aim at contributions from the different fields of Geology, Geophysics and Geochemistry dealing with the geodynamic context of the Azores, studying the evolution and geological diversity of the Azores and evaluate hazards that can affect the islands.

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Co-organized as GMPV7.10/NH3.27/TS9.16
Convener: Fátima Viveiros | Co-conveners: Christoph Beier, Ulrich Kueppers, Jose Pacheco, Zhongwei Zhao
PICOs
| Mon, 08 Apr, 16:15–18:00
 
PICO spot 3

Monday, 8 April 2019

PICO spot 3
Chairperson: Fátima Viveiros
16:15–16:25 |
PICO3.1 |
EGU2019-5914
Fátima Viveiros, Catarina Silva, Lucia Moreno, Joana Pacheco, Ana Hipólito, Rita Carmo, César Andrade, Vittorio Zanon, and Teresa Ferreira
16:25–16:27 |
PICO3.2 |
EGU2019-7483
Christopher Schmidt, Christian Hensen, Christian Hübscher, Klaus Wallmann, Michael Tatzel, Simon Lukas Schurr, Volker Liebetrau, Sonja Geilert, Steffen Kutterolf, Harald Strauss, and Thor Hansteen
16:27–16:29 |
PICO3.3 |
EGU2019-5894
Paul Beguelin, Michael Bizimis, Michael Willig, Andreas Stracke, Christoph Beier, and Simon Turner
16:29–16:31 |
PICO3.4 |
EGU2019-12474
Loes van Dam and Chris Kincaid
16:31–16:33 |
PICO3.5 |
EGU2019-10056
Joao Araujo, Freysteinn Sigmundsson, Jun Okada, Teresa Ferreira, and Maria Lorenzo
16:33–16:35 |
PICO3.6 |
EGU2019-1332
Yu-Chun Chang, Neil Mitchell, Rui Quartau, and Thor Hansteen
16:35–16:37 |
PICO3.7 |
EGU2019-490
Zhongwei Zhao, Neil C. Mitchell, Rui Quartau, Fernando Tempera, and Lucy Bricheno
16:37–16:39 |
PICO3.8 |
EGU2019-5098
Adriano Pimentel, Vittorio Zanon, Francisco Ferreira, Greta Marchini, and Marion Auxerre
16:39–16:41 |
PICO3.9 |
EGU2019-1763
Imprints of volcanic, erosional, depositional, tectonic and mass-wasting processes in the morphology of Santa Maria insular shelf
(withdrawn)
Rui Quartau, Alessandro Ricchi, Ricardo S. Ramalho, Claudia Romagnoli, and Daniele Casalbore
16:41–16:43 |
PICO3.10 |
EGU2019-7537
Simone Aguiar, José Pacheco, and Adriano Pimentel
16:43–16:45 |
PICO3.11 |
EGU2019-17755
| Highlight
Joana Medeiros, Rita Carmo, José Cabral Vieira, Adriano Pimentel, and Gabriela Queiroz
16:45–16:47 |
PICO3.12 |
EGU2019-2674
Catarina Silva and Fátima Viveiros
16:47–16:49 |
PICO3.13 |
EGU2019-18066
Paulo Fialho, José Pacheco, Cláudio Mazzoleni, Lynn Mazzoleni, Diamantino Henriques, and Fátima Viveiros
16:49–16:51 |
PICO3.14 |
EGU2019-17951
Jose Pacheco, Dário Silva, Sérgio Oliveira, Diogo Henriques, Fátima Viveiros, Paulo Fialho, and Diamantino Henrriques
16:51–18:00