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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

  • 24.05.2018: Characterizing distributed faulting of the October 30th, 2016, Central Italy earthquake

    Surface faulting is commonly observed after moderate to strong (Mw > 6.0) earthquakes. Beside primary faulting along the seismogenic structure, distributed faulting (DF) may occur in the vicinity of the principal faulting (ANSI/ANS-2.30, 2015). DF may impact wide areas and its forecasting is particularly relevant for the design of critical or distributive infrastructures (e.g., nuclear power plants). DF assessment is currently pursued through probabilistic fault displacement hazard assessment (PFDHA): in this approach, the conditional probability of DF occurrence is computed
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 08.05.2018: New issue of Quaternary Perspectives out now

    A new issue of Quaternary Perspectives, the INQUA newsletter edited by Lyudmila Shumilovskikh, is out now. QP 25(1) includes a great report by Neta Wechsler on the 2017 PATA Days in New Zealand, more info about the 2019 PATA Days to be held in Israel, and a report on the Int’l Field Trip “From 1997 to 2016: three destructive earthquakes along the Central Apennine fault system”, 19 – 22 July 2017, Italy. Allan Ashworth informs in his INQUA president’s report
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 07.05.2018: PATA Days 2018 – how to book accommodation at the University campground

    If you are looking for affordable accommodation for PATA Days 2018, you may want to consider staying at the University campground, one of the two venues of the meeting. Please note that the number of houses available is limited, so it is advisable to book as early as possible. Find all information you need here: https://www.patadays2018.org/news/book-you-accommodation-at-the-university-campground
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 03.05.2018: Update on the 6th Colloquium on historical EQs & paleoseismology, Han-sur-Lesse (BEL), 24-25 Oct, 2018

    The following email from the organisers of the 6th Colloquium on historical EQs & paleoseismology has some important news for those intending to join the meeting in Han-sur-Lesse in October: Dear Colleague, If you intend to participate to the “Sixth International Colloquium on Historical earthquakes & paleoseismology studies: their contribution to the knowledge of the long-term seismic activity and to seismic hazard assessment” that will be held from 24 to 26 October 2018 in Han-sur-Lesse (Belgium), we encourage you to
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 01.05.2018: New papers on paleoseismology, tsunami, and active tectonics (May 2018)

    It looks like April/May is high season for publishing – or is it that all those papers you submitted right before Christmas are now making it through review…? Anyway, we have a lot of exciting stuff this month, including a number of studies on the Med, on Central Asia, and on New Zealand. Plus fault physics, subduction zones, glacial seismicity in N Europe, Malawi, and much more. Enjoy reading and let us know in case we’ve missed something. Mechernich, S.,
    Source: paleoseismicity.org

  • 22.04.2018: Large landslide in the epicentral area of the 1889 Chilik M8 Earthquake, Kazakhstan

    A large landslide occurred in SE Kazakhstan near the town of Saty (Саты), TengriNews.kz reports. The slide is about 900 m wide, 1700 m long, and has an estimated volume of ~50,000,000 m³.   Apparently nobody was harmed, but the now slow-moving landslide mass approaches Kolsai river. The road to Kolsai lake (a landslide lake) is blocked. Images and videos from the area show what may be a thick layer of loess that moved downhill after heavy rain. From GoogleEarth
    Source: paleoseismicity.org


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