Distinct Element Method (DEM) model of Santa and his reindeers on a collision course.
Journal of Structural Geology paper on displacement length scaling of brittle faults in ductile shear
Bernhard Grasemann, Ulrike Exner and Cornelius Tschegg published a new paper about "Displacement–length scaling of brittle faults in ductile shear" in the Journal of Structural Geology.
Final program now online.
September 2011: Bernhard Grasemann and Lukas Plan (Museum of Natural History Vienna) supported by the speleologist Wendy Reusens visited several caves on the islands of Kalymnos and Pserimos.
The field mapping campaign of Bernhard Grasemann, Cornelius Tschegg, Benjamin Huet and Hugh Rice in Greece this September was supported by the use of a Draganflyer X6 RC helicopter (www.draganfly.com).
News from the Meeting in Sonthofen/Germany, end of September 2011.
with Guest professor Benjamin Brunner from the MPI for Marine Microbiology in Bremen, Germany.
Bernhard Grasemann edited together with Olivier Lacombe and Guy Simpson a special issue 'Geodynamic evolution of the Zagros' for the Geological Magazin.
The AAPG bulletin published in its August issue, a paper by Alexander Rath, Ulrike Exner, Cornelius Tschegg, Bernhard Grasemann, Richard Laner and Erich Draganits about microstructural investigations and petrophysical properties...
The August issue of Geology features a collaborative work of Marcel Frehner and Ulrike Exner, together with Neil Mancktelow from the ETH Zürich and Djordje Grujic at Halifax, Canada.