发布:科技处 2024-02-28 阅读:52

应我校地球科学与资源学院王成善院士和孟俊教授邀请,德国慕尼黑大学地球与环境科学系Stuart Gilder教授、Michael Wack研究员、Dieke Gerritsen将来我校进行学术交流,并在“岩石圈构造与地球动力学研讨会”作学术报告。








Stuart Gilder

An integrated   magnetic approach to solving the Greater India problem

2:00-3:00 p.m.

Discussion and   Coffee break


Michael Wack

Improved   anisotropy of magnetic remanence results from vectorial readings using novel   refinement method

3:20-4:20 p.m.


Dieke Gerritsen

Magnetic tracing   of lost time in Cenozoic sediments from SW Montana, USA

4:20-5:20 p.m.

Stuart Gilder,德国慕尼黑大学(Ludwig Maximilians University)地球与环境科学系W2教授,现担任Tectonics副主编,曾任JGR副主编、EPSL等权威期刊编委,目前从事地球物理学方面的研究。自上世纪80年代起与我国科研人员开展华南、华北陆块以及塔里木盆地和青藏高原的构造地质学与古地磁学研究,在Science、PNAS、Nature Communication、Geology、EPSL、GRL、JGR等国际著名期刊上发表论文百篇,为中国的板块构造研究做出了重要贡献。

Stuart Gilder报告内容简介:My presentation will cover ~30 years of paleomagnetic research in China and its relationship to one of the most important problems in the Earth sciences-namely how topography gets built in time and space, using the Tibetan plateau as an example. I will explain why I think extrusion of Indochina occurred in relation to the India-Asia collision. I will also discuss the problems with using paleomagnetism to constrain paleolatitude. Estimating paleolatitude from paleomagnetic data remains problematic for sediments, which has led to some of the discrepant interpretations surrounding Tibet. Using volcanic rocks that did not average geomagnetic secular variation for tectonic interpretations is another source of discrepancy.

Michael Wack,研究员,就职于德国慕尼黑大学(Ludwig Maximilians University)地球与环境科学系。目前从事地球物理学与计算机方面的研究,研发出了SushiBar 2.0全自动古地磁测量系统等多款古地磁学实验相关软件,在Computers & Geosciences、G3、GJI、Tectonophysics等国际著名期刊上发表多篇文章。

Michael Wack报告内容简介:I will talk about the full process from the acquisition of the data with the Sushibar, our latest improvements to the system and some interesting applications that naturally lead to the refinement method to get reliable results from vectorial measurements.

Dieke Gerritsen,就读于德国慕尼黑大学(Ludwig Maximilians University)地球与环境科学系,研究兴趣包括地球动力学与古地磁学等。

Dieke Gerritsen报告内容简介:I will be talking about how we can recognize dynamic topography (topography caused by density variations and convective flow in the mantle) in the geologic record. More specifically, I’m studying this problem in the northwestern US, related to the Yellowstone plume. I will discuss an interesting pattern we have discovered around a regional unconformity in Montana and if we can relate this to dynamic topography created by the Yellowstone plume.