Another meeting of the WALFISH Task Force Group took place in Potsdam (GFZ) on February 28, 2014.
The meeting took place at the Institute of Geophysics, University of Münster, and was organized by Stefanie Hempel, Johanna Aschwer and Christine Thomas. It was focused on seismology and geodynamic themes (see program below).
The meeting took place on February 3, 2014, at the BGR Hannover.
Different topics related to seismology, seismic as well as magnetotelluric investigations were discussed in this meeting, which took place at the GFZ Potsdam. The next "WALFISH Task Force" meeting is scheduled for February 28, 2014.
A one day workshop of the "Lithosphere structure, deformation and breakup processes"-group took place on August 2, 2013 at GFZ Potsdam.
The next focus group meeting “Magmatic processes” will be held at the geophysical institute at the University of Muenster on 27th and 28th of February 2012.
The next joint meeting of the “Lithospheric Structure, Deformation and Breakup Processes" and the “Sedimentary Systems and Fluid Systems” SAMPLE groups will take place February 10th 2012, 9.00-17.00, at the Geological Institute, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen. Further, we would like to invite to dinner at the "Magellan" on 9.2.2012, 19.00 p.m., after arrival.
The meeting of the “Lithospheric Structure, Deformation and Breakup Processes" group and of the “Sedimentary Systems and Fluid Systems” group will take place May 10th 2011, at the Alfred-Wegener-Institute (Room 2390) in Bremerhaven.
The Focus Meeting "Magmatic processes and Mantle Dynamics" took place in Munich, February 23rd to 24th, 2011.
The meeting of the “Lithospheric Structure, Deformation and Breakup Processes" group and of the “Sedimentary Systems and Fluid Systems” group took place in Potsdam, August 28th 2009
The meeting of the "Magmatic processes and Mantle Dynamics" group took place in Tübingen, July 6th 2009
On Saturday, 15 November, the SAMPLE Steering Committee had a first “technical” meeting in Berlin where the project development got elaborated for the next 18 months.