Aktuelle Forschungsprojekte

Kyrgyzstan

Cenozoic exhumation history of the Chatkal range, Kyrgyz Republic. Funded by DARIUS-Program (completed)

Constraining deformation history of the Talas-Fergana strike-slip fault and kinematically-linked thrust faults. Funded by "Tethys Northern Margin" Program (TOTAL and Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris) (completed)

Examination of the exhumation history of the Tersky range in the Kyrgyz Tien Shan using the depositional record of the adjacent foreland basins: Cooperative Research Project with scientists from the Kyrgyz Republic (2.5 year DFG-funded project: 436 KIR 113/2/0-1) (completed)

Has late Cenozoic climate change lead to enhanced erosion in the Kyrgyz and Chinese Tien Shan? (3 year DFG-funded project: SO 436/4-1) (completed)

Changes in paleo-erosion rates, and Interactions between erosion, deposition and deformation in the Issyk Kul basin, Kyrgyzstan (3 year DFG-funded project: SO 436/9-1)

Pamir

Structural and geomorphic origin of anomalous topographic culminations in the Chinese Pamir: Muztagh Ata and Kongur Shan (Contributed to proposal for 2 year DFG-funded project: STR 373/20-1) (completed)

Investigation of a possible Jurassic oceanic basin in the northernmost Pamir supported by "Tethys Northern Margin" Program (TOTAL and Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris) (completed)

Did the Pamir slab form by intracontinental subduction or lithospheric delamination? Clues from the deformation and thermal history (3 year DFG supported project: SO 436/12-1)