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In a new paper, we report on an great earthquake that occurred in the Kazakh-Chinese border region about 2000 - 4000 years ago.
The Dzhungarian Fault in Kazakhstan
Image: Christoph Grützner
BSc. student Muriel Bülhoff was selected for the Honours Programme for Future Researchers to investigate pseudotachylytes in the Alps.
The Periadriatic Fault, one of the longest faults in the Alps.
Image: Christoph Grützner
In a new study published in BSSA we report on a large earthquake that happened in Medieval times in Turkmenistan.
The Kopeh Dagh Fault in Turkmenistan
Graphic: Nicholas Dodds
The first Spring School "Structure-from-Motion in Earth Sciences​" took place in Jena from 21-23 March, 2022. We had participants from various institutions across Jena and enjoyed three wonderful days full of science, exchanging ideas and news on latest developments.
Marko Vrabec explaining the laser distancemeter
Image: Christoph Grützner
Spring School 21.— 23.03.2022 | Jena & online. Two days workshop "Best Practises in Virtual Geology" plus one day of lectures and discussions on current SfM-related research in Earth observation, Geography and Geology.​ For advanced users.
Graphic: Christoph Grützner
Compact course for MSc.-students 14.-18. March, 2022. Topics: Photogrammetry, Structure-from-Motion and Virtual Geology/3D outcrops. Teaching language will English; the course will be held by Marko Vrabec from Uni Ljubljana.
Digital elevation model from frone imagery
Picture: Christoph Grützner
In a new paper we show that the Idrija and Predjama Faults in Slovenia have had strong earthquakes in the Holocene.
Paleoseismological trench in Slovenia
Image: Christoph Grützner
In a new study, Lombardo & Grützner look into the active tectonics of the Bolivian Amazon
Active fault in the Amazon Basin
Image: Christoph Grützner
As part of the DGGV project 30Geotopes³ we present a 3D model of the Dohlenstein landslide near Kahla in the Saale valley.
Panoramic view of the Dohlenstein landslide
Image: Christoph Grützner
In a new paper we investigate uplifted marine terraces along the Dinaric coast and explain what conclusions can be drawn about processes deep in the Earth's interior.
Uplifted marine terraces at the Velebit mountain, Croatia.
Graphic: Philipp Balling
Madeline receives the award for her Master thesis finished in 2019
supervisor Prof. Ustaszewski, Madeline Richter and the dean Prof. Arndt
Image: Jens Meyer (University of Jena)
We offer a PhD postion for a Geologist / Geophysicist (m/f/d)
Earthquake distribution within the eastern Southern Alps and the northern Dinarides
Graphic: Kamil Ustaszewski