[unav_all] AGU Session T043: "Subduction Zone Processes, Orogenesis and Seismic Hazard: From the Alpine-Mediterranean to the Indo-Burma Region"
ppersaud at lsu.edu
Sun Jul 1 09:48:54 MDT 2018
We welcome submissions to this special AGU session on Subduction Zone Processes and Seismic Hazard:
T043: Subduction Zone Processes, Orogenesis and Seismic Hazard: From the Alpine-Mediterranean to the Indo-Burma Region
Anne Replumaz, Université Grenoble-Alpes
Eric Sandvol, University of Missouri
Patricia Persaud, Louisiana State University
Francesca Di Luccio, INGV, Rome
Claudia Piromallo, INGV, Rome
Michael S Steckler, LDEO, Columbia University
Submissions from early-career scientists are strongly encouraged.
We look forward to seeing you in Washington, D.C. in December!
Patricia, Francesca, Claudia and Mike
Session ID: 47151
Session Description: This session aims to promote stimulating discussions on subduction zones and orogens and the evaluation of seismic hazard in these regions. The Alpine-Himalayan belt is characterized by several spatially limited, complex, highly heterogeneous and constantly evolving subduction zones in the Mediterranean. To the east, the structure and dynamics of the Indo-Burma subduction zone is quite poorly known. Revealing the dynamics of subduction systems along the Alpine-Himalayan orogenic belt is relevant to seismic hazard research due to the high population densities of these regions. We encourage authors to present novel data and innovative research based on multidisciplinary approaches. Research areas may include seismic imaging, surface and mantle processes, laboratory experiments and geodynamic modeling. We particularly encourage submissions that range from local to global scales, addressing any aspect of subduction-related and orogenic processes and their implications in subduction zones worldwide.
Department of Geology and Geophysics
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Phone: (225) 578-4486
Fax: (225) 578-2302
Email: ppersaud at lsu.edu<mailto:ppersaud at lsu.edu>
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