Department for Geodynamics and Sedimentology
Research at the Department of Geodynamics and Sedimentology focuses on pure and applied research into both ductile/brittle lithospheric and Earth-surface processes. Field-based geology and quantitative modeling of geodynamic processes form the foundation of academic and applied Earth sciences research, in particular in petroleum geology and seismology. A close collaboration between research groups focuses on integrated geodynamics/tectonics and sedimentology/stratigraphy.
Head: Bernhard Grasemann, Jörn Peckmann, Michael Wagreich
by Johann Hohenegger, Stjepan Ćorić and Michael Wagreich
Esther Hintersberger and Stephanie Neuhuber show our treasures at level 2 to primary school kids and visit the sediment laboratory.
New paper about “Ambiguous versus non ambiguous characterization of components from pictures of cataclasites.”
by Norbert Kohlmayer and Bernhard Grasemann.
New paper about “300 MW Baspa II — India's largest private hydroelectric facility on top of a rock avalanche-dammed palaeo-lake (NW Himalaya): Regional geology, tectonic setting and seismicity.”
by Erich Draganits, Bernhard Grasemann, Christoph Janda, Christian Hager and Alex Preh.
Richard Twitchett (Unversity of Plymouth): The fall and rise of Permian-Triassic marine ecosystems
Dorothee Hippler (TU Graz): The Precambrian-Cambrian phosphate giant and the rise of the metazoans
Helen Talbot (Newcastle University): Tracing aerobic methane oxidation in the geological record: calibration and application of a novel proxy
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