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Dr. Christoph Grützner (Germany)

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Publications

Date Publication
2012 Article: Surface Geophysics and borehole inspection as an aid to characterizing karst voids and vadose ventilation patterns (Nerja research site, S. Spain)
Vadillo, I., Benavente, J., Neukum, C., Grützner, C., Carrasco, F., Azzam, R., Liñán, C., Reicherter, K.
Journal of Applied Geophysics, 82, 153-162
2012 Article: Quaternary coastline evolution of Lake Ohrid (Macedonia/Albania)
Hoffmann, N., Reicherter, K., Grützner, C., Hürtgen, J., Rudersdorf, A., Viehberg, F.A., Wessels, M.
Cent. Eur. J. Geosci., 4-1, 94-110
2012 Article: Active faulting and neotectonics in the Baelo Claudia area, Campo de Gibraltar (southern Spain)
Grützner, C., Reicherter, K., Hübscher, C., Silva, P.G.
Tectonophysics, 554-557, 127-142
2012 Article: Improving archaeological site analysis: a rampart in the middle Orkhon Valley investigated with combined geoscience techniques.
Grützner, C., Bemmann, J., Berking, J., Frechen, M., Klinger, R., Klitzsch, N., Linzen, S., Mackens, S., Oczipka, M., Piezonka, H., Reichert, S., Schneider, M., Schütt, B.
J. Geophys. Eng.
2011 Article: Aquisgrani terrae motus factus est (part 2): Evidence for medieval earthquake damage in the Aachen Cathedral (Germany)
Reicherter, K., Schaub, A., Fernández-Steeger, T., Grützner, C., Kohlberger-Schaub, T.
Quaternary International, 242-1, 149-157
2011 Article: Aquisgrani terrae motus factus est (part 1): The Aachen cathedral (Germany) built on weak ground?
Fernández-Steeger, T., Grützner, C., Reicherter, K., Schaub, A.
Quaternary International, 242-1, 138-148
2011 Article: Active basins and neotectonics: morphotectonics of the Lake Ohrid Basin (FYROM and Albania)
Reicherter, K., Hoffmann, N., Lindhorst, K., Krastel, S., Fernandez-Steeger, T.M., Grützner, C., Wiatr, T.
Z. dt. Ges. Geowiss, 162-2, 217-234
2010 Article: Holocene tsunamigenic sediments and tsunami modelling in the Thermaikos Gulf area (northern Greece)
Reicherter, K., Papanikolaou, I., Roger, J., Mathes-Schmidt, M., Papanikolaou, D., Rössler, S., Grützner, C., Stamatis, G.
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, 54-3, 99-126
2010 Article: The sedimentary inventory of the 1755 Lisbon tsunami along the southern Gulf of Cádiz (southwestern Spain)
Reicherter, K., Vonberg, D., Koster B., Fernández-Steeger T., Grützner C., Mathes-Schmidt, M.
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, 54-3, 147-173
2010 Article: Comparing semiquantitative logic trees for archaeoseismology and palaeoseismology: The Baelo Claudia (southern Spain) case study.
Grützner, C., Reicherter, K., Silva, P.G.
GSA Spec. Vol., 471, 129-143
2010 Article: Evolution of ancient Lake Ohrid: a tectonic perspective
Hoffmann, N., Reicherter, K., Fernández-Steeger, T., Grützner, C.
Bigeoscience, 7, 3377-3386
2009 Article: Surface and subsurface paleoseismic records at the ancient Roman city of Baelo Claudia and the Bolonia Bay area, Cádiz (South Spain)
Silva P.G., Reicherter K., Grützner C., Bardají T., Lario J., Goy J.L., Zazo C., Becker-Heidmann P.
Palaeoseismology: Historical and Prehistorical Records of Earthquake Ground Effects for Seismic Hazard Assessment. The Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 316, 93-121

Latest Blog Posts

  • 22.05.2017: PATA Days 2017: Registration is now open

    The registration for the 2017 PATA Days INQUA meeting (International meeting on Paleoseismology, Archaeoseismology & Active Tectonics) in New Zealand is now open. Safe the dates 13th – 16th November 2017 and make sure to check out the wonderful field trip options. Registration website: https://www.gns.cri.nz/Home/News-and-Events/Events/PATA/Registration See you all in New Zealand in November!
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 15.05.2017: Graduate Student/PostDoc Position available in Haifa – Integrated tsunami hazard study: Modeling and sediments

    This very interesting job offer was sent around by our colleague Beverly Goodman-Tchernov: Past tsunami events have impacted the Israeli coastline, and future tsunamis are anticipated.  Physical evidence exists both in historical written records and sedimentological field deposits. Incorporating physical evidence with computational modeling makes it possible to better understand the magnitude of past events and create realistic predictions for the future. The project is in collaboration with Geological Survey of Israel, Virginia Tech, IOLR, and the University of Haifa.
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 12.05.2017: Paper: Using georadar and a mobile geoelectrics device to map shallow sediment distribution on a large scale

    Together with my colleagues I have published a new paper in which we describe a methodology for mapping the shallow architecture of large sedimentary basins with minimum effort and high resolution. We use two geophysical methods and combine them with point information from shallow drillings to identify different types of alluvial, fluvial, and aeolian sediments in the Orkhon Valley in Mongolia. We then show that our results fit well with a remote sensing approach. Although we did not target active
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 10.05.2017: PATA Days 2017 in New Zealand: Field trip programme out now!

    The organisers of the PATA Days 2017 in New Zealand have provided details on the planned field trips. There will be a 1-day field trip at the start of meeting, and an optional 3-day post-meeting field trip. Some of the field trip details are not yet finalised because we don’t know the state of road access to some areas impacted by the Kaikoura earthquake. They will post a final itinerary in early November. Have a look at the programme and
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 04.05.2017: New papers on paleoseismology, tsunami, and active tectonics (May 2017)

    It’s just a few months after the Kaikoura earthquake and now the first papers have been published already. Today’s paper round-up also includes studies on dating tsunami boulders, turbidite paleoseismology, paleoseismology in the Tien Shan, the recent Italy and New Zealand earthquakes, and earthquakes and social media. Enjoy reading! Blumetti, A. M., Grützner, C., Guerrieri, L., & Livio, F. (2017). Quaternary earthquakes: Geology and palaeoseismology for seismic hazard assessment. Quaternary International.  Kaiser, A., Balfour, N., Fry, B., Holden, C., Litchfield,
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 02.05.2017: Active faults around Cusco (Perú): field work on paleoseismology and archaeoseismology for project Cusco-PATA

    The city of Cusco in Perú has been hit by damaging earthquakes several times in its long history. In Inka times a strong earthquake destroyed parts of the city, and the Spanish invaders documented an earthquake that happened in 1650. Three hundred years later, in 1950, an earthquake destroyed large parts of modern Cusco and in 1986 a M6.1 event also led to damages in the city. In order to better understand the active normal faulting in the region, INGEMMET
    Source: paleoseismicity.org


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