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Markus Karl

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University of Heidelberg
Institute of Earth Sciences
Office 410
Im Neuenheimer Feld 234
D-69120 Heidelberg / Germany

 

Study:

2003 - 2008
Geology, University of Heidelberg, Germany

 

2006

2009

since May 2009

Diploma Thesis:

Diploma Mapping:

Vordiplom (Bachelor)

Diplom (M.Sc)

PhD

Exhumationsgeschichte des Rwenzori-Gebirges an der Grenze zwischen Uganda und der Demokratischen Republik Kongo

Lithostratigraphische und strukturelle Kartierung im Zentralbereich des Rwenzori-Gebirges an der Grenze zwischen Uganda und dem Kongo

 

Work experience:

2006 - 2008


 



 

Student assistant and member of the Thermochronology and Archaeometry Group, Institute of Earth Science, apl. Prof. Dr. Ulrich A. Glasmacher

2007 training in engineering office Prof. Magar und Partner, Würzburg

2009 field course: Methoden der Geowissenschaften, Montagne Noir, France

2010 field course: Methoden der Geowissenschaften, Montagne Noir, France

2010 field course assistance around Aachen, West Germany

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current Projects

  • PhD-thesis: Thermal history, exhumation, uplift, and long- term landscape evolution of the western south atlantic passive continental margin, Brazil

Publications

  • Bauer, F.U., Karl, M., Glasmacher, U.A., Nagudi, B., Mroszewski, L. (subm). The Rwenzori Mountains of western Uganda - an approach to unravel the evolution of a remarkable morphological feature within the Albertine Rift. Journal of African Earth Sciences, submitted.

  • AFT-database: A summary of published apatite fission-track data along the south atlantic continental margins in Brazil and southern Africa
  • Apatite fission-track data: New insights into the evolution of the southeastern passive continental margin in central Brazil

Abstracts/Conferences

  • Karl, M. (2010). AFT-database: A summary of published apatite fission-track data along the south atlantic continental margins in Brazil and southern Africa. European Geosciences Union General Assebly, 2010, Vienna
  • Karl, M. (2010). Apatite fission-track data: New insights into the evolution of the southeastern passive continental margin in central Brazil. Termo2010-12th International Conference on Thermochronology, Glasgow.

 

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