Morelia2012 workshop – images

After the great reports of Raúl and Pedro from the fieldtrip, I just want to say thank you to the organizers again. I also want to share a few photos. See you all in Aachen, 2013!

 

Morelia Historic City Center

The church ist the only building to have more or less survived the Paricutin lava flow from the middle of the 20th Century

Paricutin volcano

The Acambay fault crops out close to the village

Remembering the 1912 Acambay Earthquake

Dressing nicely for the commemoration

Pedro giving an interview to the Mexican press

The feast in Acambay

Our first bus

Maria introduces to the local geology

Late night trenching

Approaching the first scientific sessions

Opening Ceremony

Angela on her trenches in Central Asia

Afternoon session in the University Cultural Centre

Antiseismic measures in Morelia?

A really cool car

Poster session

Discussions

The Organization team – thanks!

Music everywhere

 

Where is it?

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Who was it?

Christoph Grützner
works at the Neotectonics and Natural Hazards Group, RWTH Aachen University, Germany. He likes the Mediterranean and uses geophysics to search for ancient earthquakes.