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High-Resolution Reflection Seismics at the Bavarian Part of the TRANSALP ProfileNormal access

Authors: R. Thomas, K. Bram, J. Fertig and K. Schwerd
Event name: 63rd EAGE Conference & Exhibition
Session: Data Processing
Publication date: 11 June 2001
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 729.13Kb )
Price: € 20

P157 HIGH-RESOLUTION REFLECTION SEISMICS AT THE BAVARIAN PART OF THE TRANSALP PROFILE R. THOMAS 1 K. BRAM 1 J. FERTIG 2 and K. SCHWERD 3 Introduction 1 The east-alpine reflection seismic traverse (TRANSALP) is a multi-disciplinary and international research program for investigating orogenic processes by continent-continent collisions focusing on the Eastern Alps. It consists of several seismic and seismological subprojects within a 340 km long and 40 km wide North-South Transect (approx. between Munich and Venice) and is accompanied by complementary geophysical geological and petrological research projects of Italian Austrian Swiss Dutch and German teams (Gebrande 2000). In its northern

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