Geo.Alp Vol. 13/2016

Geo.Alp Vol. 13/2016

€ 25.00 (subscription: €20.00), 292 pages, ISSN 1824-7741 © Institute for Geology and Paleontology, University of Innsbruck; Museum of Nature South Tyrol.


  1. Rainer Brandner et al.: Pulses of Neotethys-Rifting in the Permomesozoic of the Dolomites:
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  2. Evelyn Kustatscher et al.: Late Paleozoic and Mesozoic terrestrial environments in the Dolomites and surrounding areas:
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  3. Peter Tropper & Bernhard Fügenschuh: Metamorphic transect through the Eastern Alps: the tectonometamorphic evolution of the Western Austroalpine and Southalpine basement:
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  4. Hugo Ortner: Deep water sedimentation on top of a growing orogenic wedge - interaction of thrusting, erosion and deposition in the Cretaceous Northern Calcareous Alps:
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  5. Diethard Sanders et al.: Rockfall-triggered, long-runout ‚two-layer scree/snow avalanche‘, old rock avalanche deposit, and epigenetic canyon incision(Northern Calcareous Alps): consequences for hazard assessment and landscape history:
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  6. Klaus Schretter, Michael Holzmann: Engineering Geology – Current hydroelectric power projects anddeep-seated rockslides in the surroundings of large dam reservoirs:
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  7. Ulrich Burger et al.: Brenner Base Tunnel:
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  8. Karl Krainer and Michael Meyer: Innsbruck´s geology in a nutshell: from the Hafelekar to the Hötting Breccia:
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  9. Gianreto Manatschal & Geoffroy Mohn: Remnants of hyper-extended rifted margins in the Alps: implications for the formation and reconstruction of Alpine type orogens:
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  10. Mark R. Handy, Phillip Groß, Ralf Schuster: Subduction, Collision and Indentation in the Tauern Window:
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  11. Wolfgang Mette et al.: Rhaetian (Late Triassic) biotic and carbon isotope events and intraplatform basin development in the Northern Calcareous Alps, Tyrol, Austria:
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  12. Marc Ostermann, Christoph Prager: Rock slope failures shaping the landscape in the Loisach-, Inn- and Ötz Valley region (Tyrol, Austria):
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  13. Diethard Sanders, Alfred Gruber: Inner gorge-slot canyon system produced by repeated major base-level changes (Northern Calcareous Alps):
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