*Takahiro Tagami1, Shigeru Sueoka2, Noriko Hasebe3, Frederic Herman4 (1.Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, 2.Japan Atomic Energy Agency, 3.Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University, 4.University of Lausanne)
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[S-CG59] Evolution and movement of the crustal surface and application of geo- and thermochronology
convener:Noriko Hasebe(Institute of Nature and Environmental Technology, Kanazawa University), Shigeru Sueoka(Japan Atomic Energy Agency), Frederic Herman(University of Lausanne), Takahiro Tagami(Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University)
The terrestrial earth surface is the habitat of humans and undergoes drastic changes caused by endogenic and exogenic processes. Establishing the chronology of the past changes/episodes is a key to understanding ongoing processes and to predict future physical environments. This session aims at comprehensive understanding of dynamics of the earth's surface, including crustal movements, uplift-denudation processes, and subsequent landform development occurred in various spatio-temporal scales. In addition to the thermochronological approach, it welcomes interdisciplinary studies based on, e.g., tectonic geomorphology, structural geology, geodetic observation, cosmogenic nuclides, numerical calculations, and analogue experiments.
*Sumiko Tsukamoto1, Benny Guralnik2, Kiyokazu Oohashi3, Makoto Otsubo4, David Colin Tanner1, Christian Brandes5, Christoph von Hagke6 (1.Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics , 2.Technical University of Denmark, 3.Yamaguchi University, 4.Geological Survey of Japan, AIST, 5.Leiniz University of Hannover, 6.RWTH Aachen University)
[SCG59-05] Resolving rates of landscape evolution with 4He/3He thermochronometry: examples from Grand Canyon and Yosemite Valley
*Matthew Fox1 (1.Dept. of Earth Sciences, University College London, London UK)