Rift and Rifted Margins Online Seminar

Main rift faults, plates, plate boundaries, GPS plate velocities between adjacent blocks and minimum horizontal stress directions. ©Mikenorton - Own work
Global map of rifts. ©Sascha Brune
Geodynamic processes acting on continental rifts. ©Sascha Brune
Volcano-tectonic landforms connected to rifting on Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland: faults, fissures, elongated volcanoes of subglacial origin, postglacial lava fields. ©Ray Swi-hymn from Sijhih-Taipei, Taiwan
An artificial rendering of the Albertine Rift, which forms the western branch of the East African Rift. Visible features include (from background to foreground): Lake Albert, the Rwenzori Mountains, Lake Edward, the volcanic Virunga Mountains, Lake Kivu, and the northern part of Lake Tanganyika. ©Christoph Hormann - http://earth.imagico.de/view.php?site=rift2a

The series is motivated by the high likelihood that normal conferences won't go back to business-as-usual very soon. So we see this seminar series as an opportunity to keep the exchange of ideas going within the scientific community surrounding rifts and rifted margins. It is currently organised by Sascha Brune  (GFZ Potsdam),  Gianreto Manatschal (Strasbourg Univ.), Lucia Perez-Diaz (Halliburton & Oxford Univ.), Kim Welford (Memorial University of Newfoundland) and Folarin Kolawole (BP America, Houston).

Each seminar session is setup as a one-hour Zoom Meeting with 3 short talks (13-15 min) belonging to one scientific topic. There will be 3-5 minutes of open discussion after each talk. The seminar takes place on Monday 16:00 CET every two weeks with the same format but on a different topic.

Live meeting attendance links and session schedules are distributed through a dedicated webinar mailing list. To receive updates, simply subscribe at https://www.listserv.dfn.de/sympa/subscribe/riftwebinar.

Coming up...

36. Scientific drilling at rifts and rifted margins | 29th November (2021), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Tesfaye Kidane  (Univ. of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa) “Highlights on the Geologic Features of the Nascent Rift Margins in the Tendaho Graben, Ethiopia”

Gaël Lymer (ICRAG, Dublin, Ireland) “The West Iberian Margin: Past and current research concepts and future challenges”

Christian Berndt (Geomar, Kiel, Germany) “New insights into break-up volcanism and its consequences from drilling the mid-Norwegian Margin”


Past seminars

35. Rift segmentation and linkage | 15th November (2021), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Carolina Pagli (University of Pisa, Italy) "Rift linkage processes in areas of incipient oceanic spreading: examples from Afar” https://youtu.be/7rzKxx_uphw

Collin Brandl (University of New Mexico, US) “Along Strike Discontinuities in Igneous Addition: Evidence for Rift to Ridge Segmentation at the ENAM” https://youtu.be/uY1HVULKx1o

Patricia Cadenas (Barcelona Center for Subsurface Imaging, Spain) “Structure and spatial linkage of highly extended Cretaceous rift segments in the North Iberian margin (Bay of Biscay)” https://youtu.be/ujRItVtd0-s


34. Magmatic processes across scales | 1st November (2021), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Miriam Reiss (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany) “Seismicity and complex volcanic plumbing in the developing magmatic Natron Rift, Tanzania” https://youtu.be/necAUCVhgj0

Kevin Wong (Univ. of Leeds, UK) “Exploring Ethiopian Rift and Afar mantle geodynamics through Al-in-olivine thermometry and rare-earth element distributions” https://youtu.be/m9pN9XZD6Yk

Gang Lu (Univ. of Bergen, Norway) “Potential temperature and depth-dependent extension control melt volume at Atlantic volcanic margins” https://youtu.be/zRgAOBeKd_U


33. The rheology of rifts | 18th October (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Benoit Petri (Univ. of Strasbourg, France) “Rifting magma-rich systems: Insights form the Permian rifting in the Alps” https://youtu.be/Vdt4PQN4cSw

Luca Menegon (Univ. of Oslo, Norway) “Strength evolution of the lower crust: a journey through the Wilson Cycle” https://youtu.be/Cu5AFpO2yNM

John Naliboff (New Mexico Tech, US) "The influence of brittle rheology on 3D fault network evolution during multiphase rifting" https://youtu.be/07IcCtqpDBw

32. Rift faults across scales | 4th October (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Andre Niemeijer (Utrecht University, Netherlands) "Lower crustal earthquakes in the East African Rift System: Insights from frictional properties of rock samples from the Malawi rift" https://youtu.be/3No_86EnUL4

Luke Wedmore (Univ. of Bristol, UK) "Rifting and rheological heterogeneity: from fault damage zones to plate boundaries" https://youtu.be/xaJEbXLTd9E

Thilo Wrona  (GFZ Potsdam, Germany) "Deep learning reveals complex fault growth during continental rifting" https://youtu.be/0MFWPgbIOsU


31. Geohazards in the East African Rift| 20th September (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Atalay Ayele (Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia) “Earthquake hazard in the East African Rift and rapid response strategies" https://youtu.be/-Wh_wKwidWo

Pablo Tierz (British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, UK) “The ingredients of volcanic hazard assessment: probabilistic examples from a rift volcano (Aluto, Main Ethiopian Rift)” https://youtu.be/iB1uiaxScek

Olivier Dewitte (Royal Museum for Central Africa, Tervuren, Belgium) “Landslide hazard in the North Tanganyika-Kivu Rift region, Africa” https://youtu.be/hh0t8e6Vzbs

30. Back-arc rifting | 6th September (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Valentina Magni (University of Oslo, Norway) “Mantle exhumation and continental fragments in back-arc basins” https://youtu.be/C1j0lJjvkAY

Andrés Folguera (University of Buenos Aires / CONICET, Argentina) “Extension in the Southern Central and Patagonian Andes from Jurassic to Neogene” https://youtu.be/p42P78wJfgQ


29. Cratons & Rifts | 23rd August (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Weronika Gorczyk (University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia) “Rifting of Archean craton margins – examples from Western Australia” https://youtu.be/zVvbHVIT-h0

Alexander Koptev (University of Tübingen, Germany) “The role of cratonic roots and mantle plumes in the structural development of the EARS: Insights from numerical modelling” https://youtu.be/Pmmg1CBgRoI

Sebastian Tappe (University of Johannesburg, South Africa) “Breaking cratons: failed, successful and ongoing examples” https://youtu.be/WugbAIvJxbI


28. Melt transport and geochemical alteration | 9th August (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Othmar Müntener (Univ. of Lausanne, Switzerland) “Melt migration and the lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary (in rifted margins)” https://youtu.be/fESJTqDT-4c

Sonja Aulbach (Goethe Univ., Frankfurt, Germany) “Conditions and consequences of carbonated melt interaction with shallow lithospheric mantle” https://youtu.be/8pCOCqnZFV4

Richard Katz (Univ. of Oxford, UK) “Investigating the hypothesis of magma-assisted rifting” https://youtu.be/6ccMXu_Z7xE


27. Hydrogen at rifts and rifted margins | 26th July (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Frieder Klein (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Falmouth, US) "Abiotic Hydrogen formation during the breakup of supercontinents along magma-poor rifted margins” https://youtu.be/RdWJfAcwzhk

Emanuelle Frery (CSIRO, Perth, Australia) “Hydrogen at rifts and rifted margins: An Australian example” https://youtu.be/YzBBkQWR7TE

Eric Gaucher (Univ. of Bern, Switzerland) "Hydrogen exploration in old and present rifts and rifted margins” https://youtu.be/AlMAyfY9-1Y


26. Metal deposits in rifts and at rifted margins | 12th July (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Joe Magnall  (GFZ Potsdam, Germany) “The geodynamic setting of clastic dominated (CD-type) Zn deposits in the Canadian Cordillera” https://youtu.be/m56fFI4V5GY

Clifford Patten (KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany) “Ultramafic-hosted volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits: an overlooked sub-class of VMS deposits forming in complex tectonic environments” https://youtu.be/1JFbrN5y-k8

Mark Hoggard (ANU, Canberra, Australia) “Major sediment-hosted metal deposits form in cratonic rift settings” https://youtu.be/3GsZMDitn6I


25. Mantle exhumation and serpentinization | 28th June (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Mathilde Cannat (IPGP, France) “Mantle exhumation faults and serpentinization at mid-ocean ridges” https://youtu.be/q8vSbtBZBBA

Marta Perez-Gussinye (Univ. of Bremen, Germany) "Serpentinization and mantle exhumation at rifted margins" https://youtu.be/OGMKWvZseo8

Paola Vannucchi (Univ. of Florence, Italy) “Serpentinized sub-continental peridotites within the Wilson Cycle” https://youtu.be/zeHngKUpKMI


24. Quantifying deformation in active rifts | 14th June (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Sarah Stamps (Virginia Tech, US) “Using GNSS Observations to Constrain Extension Rates and Intra-Rift Strain Rates Along the East African Rift System” https://youtu.be/JkttcrXiSLQ

Christopher Scholz (Syracuse University, US) "The Interplay of Active Deformation and Surface Processes in Early-Stage Rifting: Examples from the Western Branch of the East African Rift" https://youtu.be/iRc31WSmy3Q

Melanie Siegburg (University of Southampton, UK) “Quantitative constraints on faulting and fault slip-rates in the northern Main Ethiopian Rift” https://youtu.be/c--kDbu0tPo


23. Failed Rifts | 31st May (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Carol Stein (University of Illinois at Chicago, US) "Insights from North America’s Failed Midcontinent Rift into the Evolution of Continental Rifts and Passive Continental Margins” https://youtu.be/IF2f7st-h8c

Roi Granot (Ben Gurion University, Israel) "The successful life of a failed rift: the West Antarctic Rift System case" https://youtu.be/GMizRl9Klrs

David Fernández-Blanco (Barcelona Center of Subsurface Imaging, Spain) "The not-so-failed Suez Rift” https://youtu.be/3TqIgBSEuqc


22. Rifting episodes - Iceland and Afar | 17th May (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Freysteinn Sigmundsson (University of Iceland) “Monitoring and modelling of recent rifting events in Iceland” https://youtu.be/2MC6wyAXe_I

Thorbjörg Ágústsdóttir (Iceland GeoSurvey) “Intense Seismicity during the 2014–2015 Bárðarbunga‐Holuhraun Rifting Event, Iceland, reveals the nature of Dike-induced earthquakes and Caldera collapse mechanism" https://youtu.be/MyIlD3fVCZ0

Tim Wright (Univ. of Leeds, UK) “Geodetic observations of rifting episodes (in Afar) and their long-lived signatures” https://youtu.be/GjGzSIZg5Vo


21. Linking tectonics, paleoenvironment, and paleontology in the East African Rift | 3rd May (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Annett Junginger (Univ. of Tübingen, Germany) "Make two from one: new evidence for Mid-Pleistocene separation of the Turkana-Suguta megalake from 87Sr/86Sr"

Veronica Muiruri (National Museums of Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya) "Vegetation history and paleoenvironments of Lake Magadi/Koora basin in the southern Rift Valley” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHQ1lszSWbo

Mathieu Schuster (Univ. of Strasbourg, France) "Sedimentation and environmental evolution in continental rifts: key outcomes of the RiLakS project in the Turkana Depression (East African Rift System)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFnbcNtiEEw


20. Normal fault networks | 12th April (2021), 16:00 CEST

Speakers:

Jack Williams (Cardiff University) "Onshore to offshore active fault databases in Malawi - implications for fault networks and seismic hazard in amagmatic continental rifts" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYhRoHLamN4

Casey Nixon (Univ. of Bergen, Norway) "The Corinth Rift fault network – fault activity, strain localization and seismic hazard assessment for an active rift" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1NRV5CtBtI

Sophie Pan (Imperial College London, UK) "Understanding the growth of normal fault networks using crustal-scale observations and numerical modelling" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7g70m3kmM0


19. Segmentation and width of continental margins | 22th March (2021), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Gwenn Peron-Pinvidic (NGU&NTNU, Norway) "The Mid Norwegian rift system with focus on the along-strike segmentation between the Møre and Vøring segments" https://youtu.be/fCSD2dLR1wY

Guy Lang (University of Haifa, Israel) "What determines the width of a volcanic margin? The case of the Eastern North American Margin" https://youtu.be/eicawhP8puI

Hongdan Deng (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK) "South China Sea documents the transition from wide continental rift to continental break up" https://youtu.be/oFTbyZfvFEs


18. Wide rifts | 8th March (2021), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Roger Buck (Columbia University, US) "Effects of viscosity, gravity, and surface processes on the structure of wide rifts" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qH_6OzFK2bQ

Donna Whitney (University of Minnesota, US), Megan Korchinski (University of Minnesota, Texas University) "Wide rifts: from collapsed orogens to passive margins" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfrTM85wC3k

Alejandra L.Cameselle (University of Vigo, Spain) "Understanding the 3D formation of a wide rift: The central South China Sea rift system" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ybxQbLNEECk

17. Low angle normal faulting | 22th February (2021), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

John Fletcher (CICESE in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico) "What do multifault earthquakes teach us about the mechanics of LANFs" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7pphCk1Co0&t=3s

James Biemiller (Univ. of Texas at Austin, US) "Seismic and aseismic deformation on the active Mai'iu low-angle normal fault, Papua New Guinea" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90Rs8kdLZGA&feature=youtu.be

Tim Reston (Univ. of Birmingham, UK) "Rider blocks and the mechanics of low-angle normal faulting" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TbJBY--Kl4&feature=youtu.be


16. Geothermal energy in the East African Rift| 8th February (2021), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Nicholas Mariita (Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kenya) "Current status of Geothermal Energy Development in the East Africa Rift System" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcQpwUyGvyE&feature=youtu.be

Friedemann Samrock (ETH Zürich, Switzerland) "Magnetotelluric investigation of rift volcanism and associated geothermal systems in central Ethiopia" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IboXAbUEi00


15. Rift magmatism | 25th January (2021), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Karen Fontijn (Univ. of Brussels) "Volcanology of the East African Rift" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qqjr-c5c1Hg&list=PLVfj9WkLxeDYIGlt_8inHgY0Y-7HuJ3_c

Juliet Biggs (Univ. of Bristol) "New insights into the spatial and temporal distribution of magmatism with mature continental rifts" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEUowgVv-wE&list=PLVfj9WkLxeDYIGlt_8inHgY0Y-7HuJ3_c&index=2

Craig Magee (Univ. of Leeds) "Rift magmatism dynamics in 3D: Perspectives from rifted margins" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAXE1iY8I4k&list=PLVfj9WkLxeDYIGlt_8inHgY0Y-7HuJ3_c&index=3


14. Volatile release in extensional settings | 11th January (2021), 16:00 CET

Speaker:

Tobias Fischer (Univ. of New Mexico, US) "Breaking a continent: volatile release and role of the craton" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NY3AjxoP_i0&list=PLVfj9WkLxeDYWgTBexj-91Q4OmsKUppwA&index=1

Raphael Pik (Nancy Univ.) "CO₂ flux in the East African Rift: the Afar case" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dS7B_O0SrzI&list=PLVfj9WkLxeDYWgTBexj-91Q4OmsKUppwA&index=2

Carlo Cardellini (Univ. of Perugia) "CO₂ fluxes from diffuse degassing in Italy" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUfax0bwbWo&list=PLVfj9WkLxeDYWgTBexj-91Q4OmsKUppwA&index=3


13. Structure and dynamics of the lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary beneath rifts 30th November (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Catherine Rychert (Univ. of Southampton) “A dynamic lithosphere-asthenosphere boundary" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSNeoTYg5wM&list=PLVfj9WkLxeDajsCf5h1fBGF8-yhFDa-4m

Tyrone Rooney (Michigan State Univ.) “Pulsed magmatism and extension: Linking magmatic and tectonic events in East Africa"

Nicolas Luca Celli (Dublin Inst. for Advanced Sciences) "African cratonic lithosphere carved by mantle plumes" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrCjyy6wSZY&list=PLVfj9WkLxeDajsCf5h1fBGF8-yhFDa-4m&index=2&t=4s


12. Ancient rifts exposed in mountain belts | 16th November (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Thibault Duretz (Univ. Rennes, France) “Numerical modeling of Cretaceous Pyrenean Rifting: the interaction between mantle exhumation and syn-rift salt tectonics” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYF-KONFMzA

Charlotte Ribes (Total, France) “The syn rift stratigraphic record across a fossil magma-poor rifted margin: the example of the northwestern Adriatic margin exposed in the Central Alps.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDVULKukMR0&t=3s

Johannes Jakob (NGU, Norway) “A Neoproterozoic Iapetus Rifted Margin Preserved in the Scandinavian Caledonides” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxqkBilj3R0


11. Strain localization and inheritance | 2nd November (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Åke Fagereng (Cardiff Univ., UK): "How do inherited, ductile structures influence active rifting?” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFIeVK9d-Z8&t=52s

Folarin Kolawole (BP & Univ. Oklahoma, US): “Multiphase Rift Lengthening and Widening Facilitated by Progressive Structural Inheritance, Shire Rift Zone, East Africa” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFNKF_k-jA8

Pauline Chenin (Univ. Strasbourg, France): “The role of inheritance throughout the Wilson Cycle: the example of the North Atlantic rift system in Western Europe” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_V4N2NnQZk


10. Geothermal energy in rift basins | 19th October (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Magdalena Scheck-Wenderoth  (GFZ Potsdam, Germany) "Relevance of deep lithosphere structure for geothermal exploration in rifts” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QBWrLWkm3Y

Mariane Peter-Borie (BRGM, France) “Overview of a conceptual model of the Geothermal System of the Upper Rhine Graben” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXWDRJci9is&t=975s

James Faulds (Univ. Nevada, US) “Favorable structural settings & exploration strategies for geothermal systems in rift basins” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yU-o_joLGcE&t=922s


9. Salt tectonics | 5th October (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Clara Rodriguez (Petronas) “Salt deposition, tectonics and dissolution during passive margin development: Insights from the Santos Basin, offshore Brazil” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ta122Jqxy2c

Mark Rowan (Rowan Consulting, Inc.) “The OCT and late-synrift salt: margin-parallel variations in the southern Gulf of Mexico” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gy-16usxmDA

Tim Dooley (Univ. Texas) “Loading complex salt isopachs: progradational loading of salt-filled rift systems” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ln4jTw6yhzo


8. Vertical movements - from rift inception to breakup | 21st September (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Garry Karner (ExxonMobil UIS, Global Tectonics) “Tectonic significance of passive margin breakup magmatic packages” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaLDtALFuEM

Jolante van Wijk (New Mexico Tech) "Afar plume constraints from Somali rifted margin stratigraphy” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2BKr5tJEDE

Claudio Faccenna (UT Austin & Roma Tre) “Deep mantle root of the Nile river“ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jt7srnrYU8Q


7. Inheritance | 7th September (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Thomas Phillips (Durham University, UK) “Structural inheritance across spatial scales – Rifting of heterogeneous crust in the Great South Basin, New Zealand” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwDl86Bd3Co

Chris Morley (Chiang Mai University, Thailand) “Impact of diverse depths and scales of fabric inheritance on Cenozoic rift development in Thailand.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cX4suOIwelw

 Mohamed Gouiza (University of Leeds, UK) “Segmentation at rifted margins, the role of rheological inheritance in the Labrador Sea” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HgOfuCd4IzY


6. Distal margin and continent-ocean transition | 24th August (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Dieter Franke (BGR Hannover, Germany) “Magmatic rifting in NE Greenland” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvoTgDL87Eo

Julie Tugend (Sorbonne Univ., France) "Diversity in continent-ocean transition: implications for breakup styles" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNJD_gokq6o 

Lucia Perez-Diaz (Halliburton & Oxford Univ., UK) "Continent-ocean boundary - the end of the line?" 


5. What shapes magmatic margins? | 10th August (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Chiara Civiero (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies) “Origin of volcanism in the Afro-Arabian rift system: new insights from seismic tomography” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EB-VZq3sQI

Anne Becel (Lamont-Doherty) “Seismic Evidence for a Prolonged Continental Breakup at the Eastern North American Volcanic Rifted Margin” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-TozMdjw2E

Christian Schiffer (Uppsala University) “A new paradigm for oceans? – A radical hypothesis for structure, tectonics and magmatism in the North Atlantic” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCDMXLhuLVs


4. Deep crustal imaging | 27th July (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Tim Minshull (Univ. Southampton) “New insights into the Deep Galicia Margin from ocean bottom seismic data” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYJMkyKHijQ

Kim Welford (Memorial Univ. Newfoundland) “Wide-angle deep seismic profiling of the Newfoundland, Labrador, and Irish Atlantic rifted margins” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZf9KyZMtM8

Emma Chambers (Univ. Southampton) “Using radial anisotropy to image melt storage in the crust” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGpqWZ-1iZI


3. Normal fault evolution and associated earthquakes | 13th July (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Bailey Lathrop (Imperial College London, UK): “Using growth faults in 3D seismic to better understand normal fault kinematics” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ0ecnfO83o&t=822s

Duna Roda-Boluda  (GFZ Potsdam, Germany): “Erosion and sediment export during normal fault evolution” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8EEVDZ03vY

Zoe Mildon (University of Plymouth, UK): “Earthquake clusters, normal fault interaction and seismic hazard" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNEq-bPCXmc


2. Surface processes - affecting and recording rift tectonics | 29th June (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Lisa McNeill (Univ. Southampton, UK): "Exploring the development of the young and highly active Corinth rift (Greece) using ocean drilling and marine geophysics" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wn1KqpwP8q4

Stephen Watkins (Geneva Univ., Switzerland): “Straight from the source’s mouth: Controls on sediment export across an active rift, central Greece” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UI7uZVCuQxs

Pietro Sternai (Univ. Milan, Italy): “Surface processes forcing on extensional rock melting" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AnTvPFbDt8


1. Tectonics and magmatic contributions to rifting | 15th June (2020), 16:00 CET

Speakers:

Mike Kendall (University of Oxford) "Seismic evidence for magma-assisted rifting in Ethiopia" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we4kwqiWm1Q

Cécile Doubre (Université de Strasbourg) "The role of magma in distributing extensional deformation in Afar" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6w2Ndbc5AoU

Sarah J. Oliva  (Tulane University) "Insights into fault‐magma interactions in an early‐stage continental rift" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PggVABj3_KM