Publications of the Research Group

Tectonics, structural geology and tectonic geomorphology

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Baes M, Sobolev SV. Can mantle suction flow trigger subduction initiation at passive margins. In 35th International Geological Congress. Cape Town, South Africa. 2016
Bagge M, Hampel A. Three-dimensional finite-element modelling of coseismic Coulomb stress changes on intra-continental dip-slip faults. TECTONOPHYSICS. 2016 Aug 2;684:52-62. doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2015.10.006
Dielforder A, Berger A, Herwegh M. The accretion of foreland basin sediments during early stages of continental collision in the European Alps and similarities to accretionary wedge tectonics. Tectonics. 2016;35(10):2216-2238. doi: 10.1002/2015TC004101
Hampel A, Hetzel R. Role of climate changes for wind gap formation in a young, actively growing mountain range. TERRA NOVA. 2016 Dec 1;28(6):441-448. doi: 10.1111/ter.12238
Wölfler A, Kurz W, Fritz H, Glotzbach C, Danišík M. Late Miocene increasing exhumation rates in the eastern part of the Alps – Implications from low temperature thermochronology. Terra Nova. 2016 Sept 28;28(5):297-305. Epub 2016 Jun 10. doi: 10.1111/ter.12221
Zeumann S, Hampel A. Three-dimensional finite-element models on the deformation of forearcs caused by aseismic ridge subduction: The role of ridge shape, friction coefficient of the plate interface and mechanical properties of the forearc. TECTONOPHYSICS. 2016 Aug 2;684:76-91. doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2015.12.022


Baes M, Sobolev SV. A missing element in Wilson Cycle scenario. In GeoBerlin 2015. 2015
Dielforder A, Vollstaedt H, Vennemann T, Berger A, Herwegh M. Linking megathrust earthquakes to brittle deformation in a fossil accretionary complex. Nature Communications. 2015;2015(6, 7504). doi: 10.1038/ncomms8504
Gerya TV, Stern RJ, Baes M, Sobolev SV, Whattam SA. Plate tectonics on the Earth triggered by plume-induced subduction initiation. NATURE. 2015. doi: 10.1038/nature15752
Gerya TV, Stern RJ, Baes M, Sobolev SV, Whattam S. Plume-induced subduction and crustal growth in Precambrian Earth. In Goldschmidt, 25th Anniversary. Prague, Czech Republic. 2015