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4th Central European Geomorphology Conference

October 9-13, 2017, University of Bayreuth, Germany

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Monday, 09.10.2017

Time 
16:00

Guided Tour: Ecological Botanical Garden / Ökologisch-Botanischer Garten (ÖBG)

17:00

Guided Tour: Paläobotanische Sammlung Stiftung Rossmann

18:00

Guided Tour: Bayerisches Geoinstitut (BGI)

18:30Icebreaker and Registration (GEO Building)

Tuesday, 10.10.2017

Time 
08:00Registration (GEO Building)
08:45

Opening (H8, GEO Building)
Prof. Dr. Stefan Leible, President of the University of Bayreuth
Prof. Dr. Ludwig Zöller, Geomorphology, BayCEER, University of Bayreuth

09:00

"Processes and interactions between core-mantle boundary, crust, and surface"

O 1.1: Marcel Thielmann: Latest developments in Earth dynamics models and their impact on surface processes
09:30O 1.2: Liviu Matenco: Tectonic-induced changes in topography and sedimentation in active collisional areas
10:00Coffee Break
10:30

"Cretaceous and Cenozoic volcanism in Europe, relations to geomorphology"

O 2.1: David Karatson: Volcanic evolution and morphology of the Late Quaternary Ciomadul lava dome complex, the youngest center within the Inner Carpathian Volcanic Range
11:00O 2.2: Christoph Schmidt et al.: The age of young volcanoes revealed by luminescence methods – Examples from the Eifel and the Cameroon Volcanic Line
11:20

"Interplay of endogenous and exogenous processes, climate change, and their feedbacks"

O 3.1: Hans Keppler: Volcano atmosphere interactions
11:50O 3.2: Pieter van der Beek et al.: Late-Cainozoic climate change, erosion rates, and relief of mountain belts
12:20Lunch Break
13:30O 3.3: Alain Demoulin et al.: Geomorphometric dating of uplift: The case of the NW European foreland of the Alpine arc
13:50O 3.4: Leszek Jankowski et al.: Geological control of the Outer Western Carpathians’ relief dvelopment: from basinal stage to gravitational collapse – a new approach
14:10O 3.5: Zdzislaw Jary et al.: Litho-pedostratigraphic units and chronology of Late Pleistocene Loess in Poland
14:30O 3.6: Hans von Suchodoletz et al.: Late Pleistocene river migrations in response to thrust belt advance and sediment-flux steering - The Kura River (southern Caucasus)
14:50Poster Session
16:00

"Geomorphological risk assessment and geodynamic view of the earth’s surface"

O 5.1: Martin Doevenspeck: A Political Geography of Volcanic hazards in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo
16:30O 5.2: Hamid Sana: Liquefaction as a seismic hazard, an example from the Kashmir Himalaya
16:50O 5.3: Wolfgang Schwanghart et al.: Geomorphological hazards and risks to hydropower projects in the Himalaya
17:10O 5.4: Annegret Larsen: Are we missing much of the zoo? Biotic drivers of river and floodplain geomorphology
17:30Poster Session
18:30

Public Evening Lecture:
Dan Frost: The formation of diamonds and their journey to the surface

19:30Conference Dinner (Mensa)

Wednesday, 11.10.2017

Time 
09:00

"Glaciations and periglacial: shaping the earth’s surface and feedbacks with the lithosphere and the asthenosphere"

O 4.1: Jan A. Piotrowski: Under the past ice sheets: processes, deposits and landforms - insights from field, experimental and numerical studies
09:30O 4.2: Olivier Moine et al.: Radiocarbon dating of Last Glacial loess deposits using earthworm calcite granules
09:50O 4.3: Leszek Marks: Geological record of the late Middle Pleistocene climate change in Poland
10:10O 4.4: Margot Böse et al.: How Geochronological Data can modify the Traditional Geomorphological School
10:30Coffee Break
11:00AKG (Arbeitskreis Geomorphologie): Obituories, important news (Markus Fuchs)
11:20O 4.6: Igor Obreht et al.: Shift of large-scale atmospheric systems over Europe during late MIS 3 and implications for Modern Human dispersal
11:40O 4.7: Daniel Wolf et al.: Climate deteriorations and Neanderthal demise in interior Iberia
12:00

""Anthropocene": Shaping of earth’s surface by man – risks and prospects"

O 6.1: Philip GIBBARD: The Anthropocene; a formal stratigraphical unit, an informal concept, or an interval of Holocene time?
12:30Lunch Break
13:30O 6.2: Andreas Lang: A geomorphological Anthropocene?
13:50O 6.3: Wiebke Bebermeier et al.: Coupling on-site and off-site studies as an approach in geoarchaeological research: A case study from the dry zone of Sri Lanka
14:10O 6.4: Bernhard Lucke: Archaeological sites in the southern Levant as archives of dust deposition
14:30O 6.5: Bartłomiej Wyżga et al.: Hydraulic conditions of flood flows in a mountain river affected by human impacts
14:50Poster Session
16:00

"Free topics"

O 7.1: Kirsten von Elverfeldt: Self-organisation – Implications for Global Environmental Change Research
16:20O 7.2: Markus Fuchs et al.: Stone Pavements: Formation process and distribution
16:40O 7.3: Michael Dietze et al.: Rock fall patterns across Central Europe: a large scale seismic perspective on mass wasting activities
17:00Award Session
17:30Poster Session

Thursday, 12.10.2017

Time 
08:00

Field Trip I: Central Fichtel Mountains, Cheb Basin, and Mariánské Lázně Fault


Friday, 13.10.2017

Time 
08:00

Field Trip II: Western Border Fault Zone of the Bohemian Massif („Franconian Lineament“)

17:00
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