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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: Jörn Peckmann, Bernhard Grasemann

News

Thursday, 18. December 2014

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Department for Geodynamics and Sedimentology

After a scientifically very successful year, the executive of the Department for Geodynamics and Sedimentology wishes all our members, students and collaborators a peaceful and joyous holiday season and a prosperous New Year. [more]

Friday, 5. December 2014

Bernhard Grasemann elected as President of the ÖGG

In the November general assembly of the Austrian Geological Society, Bernhard Grasemann was elected as the new President for the next two year period.

Friday, 5. December 2014

4 new papers of the Structural Processes Group in the Journal of Structural Geology

GRASEMAN, B. & DABROWSKI, M. (2014): Winged inclusions: Pinch-and-swell objects during high-strain simple shear.- Journal of Structural Geology. 10.1016/j.jsg.2014.10.017

DABROWSKI, M. & GRASEMANN, B. (2014): Domino... [more]

Sunday, 9. November 2014

Peckmann receives the Friedrich von Alberti award

The 2014 Alberti award goes to Andreas Kroh of the Naturhistorisches Museum Wien and Jörn Peckmann for trend-setting research in Paleontology. The award is endowed by the Friedrich von Alberti-Stiftung and assigned by the... [more]

Friday, 10. October 2014

New paper on the enigmatic Cretaceous brachiopod Peregrinella by Kiel et al.

Steffen Kiel (University of Göttingen, Germany) and co-workers including Daniel Birgel and Jörn Peckmann looked into the paleoecology of the largest Mesozoic rhynchonellid brachiopod, the dimerelloid Peregrinella.  [more]

Upcoming Talks

Earth Sciences Colloquium - 15.01.2015

Michele Cook (UMass-Amherst): "Is the Earth Lazy? A work minimization analysis of fault propagation" [more]

Earth Sciences Colloquium - 29.01.2015

Eberhard Gischler (Universität Frankfurt): "Quartäre Korallenriffe: Archive für Umwelt- und Klimavariation" [more]

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