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Workshop : Faille du Levant


IPGP - Campus Jussieu


Séminaires Tectonique et Mécanique de la Lithosphère

Salle Bleue

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Plus d'informations : 9h20 - Introduction to the "Levant Fault" workshop by Y. Klinger, IPGP, France 9h30 - Repeated faulting at Vadum Iacob - a multi-layered archaeological site on the Dead Sea Fault by S. Marco, Tel Aviv University, Israël. 10h - Active tectonics and seismic hazard of the Lebanese Restraining Bend by A. Elias, American Univ. of Beyrouth, Lebanon. 10h30 - Large earthquake sequences along the Dead Sea Fault: Rupture constraint from Archeoseismology and Paleoseismology by M. Meghraoui, EOST, Strasbourg, France. 11h – 11h30 Open discussions and coffee break 11h30 - Slip-rate at different time scales along the southern Levant fault by Y. Klinger and M. Le Béon, IPGP, Paris, France. 12h - The Dead Sea Transform and the Dead Sea Basin – Structure and dynamics by M. Weber and the DESERT and DESIRE teams, GFZ, Potsdam, Germany. 12h30 - Does the Levant system have the potential for a sustained supershear rupture ? by D. Robinson, Univ. of Oxford, UK 12h40 – 14h30 Lunch break 14h30 - Terrestrial paleotemperature in the Levant – Why and how ? by M. Daëron, LSCE, Orsay, France. 15h - What do we learn from Chlorine 36 about crustal deformation in Lebanon? by L. Benedetti, Cerege, Aix en Provence, France. 15h30 - Paleoenvironment-paleoclimate in Lebanon during the last climatic cycle. Deciphering the Yammoûneh sedimentary section - since the last Glacial Maximum by F. Gasse, Cerege, Aix en Provence, France. - the last climatic cycle by A.L. Develle, Cerege, Aix en Provence, France. 16h - The role of Dead Sea Rift in Hominid dispersal by G. King, IPGP, Paris, France. 16h30 Open discussion - Conclusion