University of Heidelberg

Research Methods

Long-term landscape evolution

Low-temperature thermochronology allows determining the long-term landscape evolution in a variety of tectonic settings: active orogens, rift zones, active and passive continental margins, and sedimentary basins.

Dynamic feedback between erosion and tectonics (modified after Bauer et al. 2010, Geology Today)

Data acquisition on the Heidelberg FT-1 system (Grobe 2011, Thesis)
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