ResearchHampel group

Publications of the Hampel group

Tectonics, structural geology and tectonic geomorphology

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Dielforder A, Villa IM, Berger A, Herwegh M. Tracing wedge-internal deformation by means of strontium isotope systematics of vein carbonates. Geological magazine. 2022 Feb 23;2022.

Peikert J, Hampel A, Bagge M. Relative importance of poroelastic effects and viscoelastic relaxation for postseismic velocity fields after normal and thrust earthquakes: Insights from 2D finite-element modelling. Tectonophysics

. 2022 Sep 5;(838).

Sippl C, Dielforder A, John T, Schmalholz S. Global constraints on intermediate-depth intraslab stresses from slab geometries and mechanisms of double seismic zone earthquakes. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 2022 Sep 6;2022.

Wölfler A, Hampel A, Dielforder A, Hetzel R, Glotzbach C. LGM ice extent and deglaciation history in the Gurktal and Lavantal Alps(eastern European Alps): first constraints from 10Be surface exposuredating of glacially polished quartz veins. Journal of Quaternary Science. 2022 May 26;37(4):677-687.


Baes M, Sobolev SV, Gerya TV, Brune S. Effect of plate motion on plume-induced subduction initiation

. In EGU 2021. 2021

Baes M, Sobolev S, Gerya T, Stern R, Brune S. Plate motion and plume-induced subduction initiation. Gondwana research. 2021 Oct;98:277-288.

Baes M, Stern RJ, Whattam S, Gerya TV, Sobolev SV. Plume-Induced Subduction Initiation: Revisiting Models and Observations. Frontiers in Earth Science. 2021 Nov 15;9. 766604.

Baes M, Sobolev SV, Hampel A. Suction-induced subduction initiation in passive margins: insights from 3d numerical models. In AGU 2021. New Orleans. 2021

Dielforder A, Hampel A. Force-Balance Analysis of Stress Changes During the Subduction-Collision Transition and Implications for the Rise of Mountain Belts. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. 2021 Feb 26;126(3). e2020JB020914.

Hampel A, Hetzel R, Erdmann M-S. Postglacial slip distribution along the Teton normal fault (Wyoming, USA), derived from tectonically offset geomorphological features. GEOSPHERE. 2021 Jul 21;17(5):1517-1533.

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