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Friday, 17. June 2011

Quantitative structural analysis using remote sensing data: Kurdistan Region of Iraq

A recently published AAPG Bulletin paper by Daniel Reif, Bernhard Grasemann and Robert Faber reveals details on the use of a recently developed software tool for extracting dip direction and angle measurements from digital... [more]

Tuesday, 7. June 2011

Modern Structural Geology in Academia and Industry

Gabor Tari (OMV Exploration & Production) and Bernhard Grasemann (University of Vienna) organized at the 73rd EAGE Conference & Exhibition (23-26 May 2011, Vienna) a workshop, which brought together technical experts from oil... [more]

Friday, 3. June 2011

EARTHTIME-EU Steering Committee Meeting at the Department

Michael Wagreich hosted the Steering Committee Meeting of EARTHTIME-EU, an ESF Research Network Project (RPN), to synchronize the rock clock. [more]

Friday, 29. April 2011

New Scientists at the Department of Geodynamics and Sedimentology

Since 1st of April the staff of the Structural Processes Group has increased by two new research scientists: [more]

Monday, 18. April 2011

Outcrop exercise within the course: "Sedimentology and Facies Analysis"

In favorable weather more than 35 students experienced their first contacts with clastic sediments in the outcrop near Oberthern in Niederösterreich. [more]

Thursday, 3. March 2011

New insights into active kinematics and fault segmentation of the Vienna Basin strike-slip fault

A recently published Tectonophysics paper reveals details on the 3D geometry of the Miocene Lassee flower structure and the impact of its Quaternary reactivation on the Pleistocene landscape evolution. [more]

Wednesday, 2. March 2011

Dinosaurs got extinct earlier than previously thought?

EARTHTIME-EU kick-off event in Barcelona [more]

Tuesday, 15. February 2011

Special Issue of Elsevier's Sedimentary Geology on oxic-anoxic changes edited by Michael Wagreich

A special issue titled "Causes of oxic - anoxic changes in Cretaceous marine environments and their implications for Earth systems" is just published in Sedimentary Geology, Volume 235, Issues 1-2, Pages 1-132. [more]

Tuesday, 30. November 2010

New projects on Klippen Geology

Two new projects by Michael Wagreich and Clemens Pfersmann on the geology and stratigraphy of the Klippenzone and its continuation into the Carpathians have been approved recently: [more]

Wednesday, 10. November 2010

Von gestörten Steinen und schwarzem Gold

Forschungsnewsletter Universität Wien [more]

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