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  1. Although sauropodomorph dinosaurs have been known for a long time from the Late Triassic of central Europe, sauropodomorph diversity and faunal composition has remained controversial until today. Here we revie...

    Authors: Oliver W. M. Rauhut, Femke M. Holwerda and Heinz Furrer

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:8

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  2. Many of the valleys on the southern slope of the Alps are over-deepened, having bedrock valley floors well below sea level. This has typically been attributed to incision that occurred during the Messinian Sal...

    Authors: Sascha Winterberg, Vincenzo Picotti and Sean D. Willett

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:7

    Content type: Original paper

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  3. Following publication of the original article (Ghandour 2020), it was reported that the location map in Fig. 1 is modified after Speijer, but this was not mentioned in the caption of Fig. 1.

    Authors: Ibrahim Mohamed Ghandour

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:5

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:3

  4. The maximum temperature (Tmax) and subsequent exhumation reflect the relations between advective and conductive heat transport, which in turn depend on the tectonic evolution. To unravel these relations in an oro...

    Authors: Alfons Berger, Martin Engi, Silja Erne-Schmid, Christoph Glotzbach, Cornelia Spiegel, Rick de Goede and Marco Herwegh

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:4

    Content type: Original paper

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  5. A geochemical analysis has been conducted on twenty-six sediment samples spanning the P–E boundary interval collected from the Esna Shale in three well-dated stratigraphic sections in west-central Sinai, Egypt...

    Authors: Ibrahim Mohamed Ghandour

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:3

    Content type: Original paper

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:5

  6. Dinosaur remains were discovered in the 1860’s in the Kimmeridgian (Late Jurassic) Reuchenette Formation of Moutier, northwestern Switzerland. In the 1920’s, these were identified as a new species of sauropod, Or...

    Authors: Daniela Schwarz, Philip D. Mannion, Oliver Wings and Christian A. Meyer

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:2

    Content type: Original Paper

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  7. The Theodul-Glacier-Unit (TGU) is a 100 m thick and 2 km long slab of pre-Alpine schist, gneiss and mafic rocks tectonically emplaced in the eclogite-facies Zermatt-Saas meta-ophiolite nappe (ZSU). The meta-se...

    Authors: Kurt Bucher, Tobias Björn Weisenberger, Sebastian Weber, Oliver Klemm and Fernando Corfu

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2020 113:1

    Content type: Original Paper

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  8. This study focuses on a geological section in the Jura Mountains across the villages of Travers, La Brévine in Switzerland, and Morteau in France. Field mapping was conducted to complement and densify existing...

    Authors: Valentin Rime, Anna Sommaruga, Marc Schori and Jon Mosar

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2019 112:349

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  9. We present in situ rutile and titanite U–Pb geochronology for three samples from the Ur breccia, which forms the boundary between the Malenco unit and the Margna nappe (Eastern Central Alps) near Pass d’Ur in ...

    Authors: Suzanne M. Picazo, Tanya A. Ewing and Othmar Müntener

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2019 112:346

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  10. An interpretation of the deep structure of the Pieniny Klippen Belt in Poland is presented, utilizing a high-resolution deep seismic reflection survey. The studied profiles reach a depth of around 23 km. The s...

    Authors: Jan Golonka, Kaja Pietsch, Paweł Marzec, Monika Kasperska, Jerzy Dec, Kamil Cichostępski and Stanisław Lasocki

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2019 112:345

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  11. Subsurface sedimentary strata in northern Switzerland, such as the Middle Triassic Upper Muschelkalk, are attracting interest as potential reservoirs for CO2 sequestration and for geothermal energy production. Ch...

    Authors: Arthur Adams and Larryn W. Diamond

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2019 112:340

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  12. We reveal the subsurface bedrock topography and sedimentary succession of one of the deepest glacially-formed basins in the Eastern Alps: the Lienz Basin in the Upper Drau Valley (Tyrol), by means of seismic r...

    Authors: Thomas Burschil, David C. Tanner, Jürgen M. Reitner, Hermann Buness and Gerald Gabriel

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2019 112:339

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  13. This study describes the inversion of a rift-related graben shoulder during emplacement and transport of a major thrust sheet in the external part of the western Northern Calcareous Alps (NCA). Structural fiel...

    Authors: Patrick Oswald, Hugo Ortner and Alfred Gruber

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2018 112:333

    Content type: OriginalPaper

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  14. We have investigated successive episodes of ocean-continent and continent–continent convergence in Western Serbia (Drina-Ivanjica thrust sheet). The coupled application of structural and petrological analyses ...

    Authors: Kristóf Porkoláb, Szilvia Kövér, Zsolt Benkó, Gábor H. Héja, Melinda Fialowski, Balázs Soós, Nataša Gerzina Spajić, Nevenka Đerić and László Fodor

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2018 112:327

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  15. In the original version of this article, one reference was incorrect. The following change was necessary:

    Authors: Daniela Gallhofer, Albrecht von Quadt, Stefan M. Schmid, Marcel Guillong, Irena Peytcheva and Ioan Seghedi

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2018 111:307

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2016 110:231

  16. In the original version of this article, some corrections had not been implemented.

    Authors: Marius W. Buechi, Hans Rudolf Graf, Peter Haldimann, Sally E. Lowick and Flavio S. Anselmetti

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2018 111:299

    Content type: Correction

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    The original article was published in Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 111:289

  17. This study concentrates on the petrological and geochemical investigation of mafic rocks embedded within the voluminous Triassic June Complex of the central Sanandaj–Sirjan zone (Iran), which are crucial to re...

    Authors: Farzaneh Shakerardakani, Franz Neubauer, Xiaoming Liu, Manfred Bernroider, Behzad Monfaredi and Albrecht von Quadt

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 111:281

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  18. Seismic hazard assessment of slow active fault zones is challenging as usually only a few decades of sparse instrumental seismic monitoring is available to characterize seismic activity. Tectonic features link...

    Authors: Naomi Vouillamoz, Jon Mosar and Nicholas Deichmann

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:269

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  19. Transport and retardation parameters of radionuclides, which are needed to perform a safety analysis for a deep geological repository for radioactive waste in a compacted claystone such as Opalinus Clay, must ...

    Authors: Olivier X. Leupin, Luc R. Van Loon, Thomas Gimmi, Paul Wersin and Josep M. Soler

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:254

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  20. Evidence from ultraslow spreading mid-ocean ridges and both fossil and present-day Ocean–Continent Transitions (OCT) demonstrates that mantle serpentinization resulting from the interaction of mantle rock and ...

    Authors: Tsvetomila Mateeva, George A. Wolff, Gianreto Manatschal, Suzanne Picazo, Nick J. Kusznir and John Wheeler

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:266

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  21. The deep borehole (DB) experiment gave the opportunity to acquire hydraulic parameters in a hydraulically undisturbed zone of the Opalinus Clay at the Mont Terri rock laboratory (Switzerland). Three methods we...

    Authors: Catherine Yu, Jean-Michel Matray, Julio Gonçalvès, David Jaeggi, Werner Gräsle, Klaus Wieczorek, Tobias Vogt and Erik Sykes

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:257

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  22. At the Mont Terri rock laboratory (Switzerland), an in situ experiment is being carried out to examine the fate of nitrate leaching from nitrate-containing bituminized radioactive waste, in a clay host rock fo...

    Authors: Nele Bleyen, Steven Smets, Joe Small, Hugo Moors, Natalie Leys, Achim Albrecht, Pierre De Cannière, Bernhard Schwyn, Charles Wittebroodt and Elie Valcke

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:256

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  23. Microbiological studies related to the geological disposal of radioactive waste have been conducted at the Mont Terri rock laboratory in Opalinus Clay, a potential host rock for a deep geologic repository, sin...

    Authors: Olivier X. Leupin, Rizlan Bernier-Latmani, Alexandre Bagnoud, Hugo Moors, Natalie Leys, Katinka Wouters and Simcha Stroes-Gascoyne

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:255

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  24. Two experiments have been installed at Mont Terri in 2004 and 2009 that allowed gas circulation within a borehole at a pressure between 1 and 2 bar. These experiments made it possible to observe the natural ga...

    Authors: Agnès Vinsot, C. Anthony J. Appelo, Mélanie Lundy, Stefan Wechner, Cristelle Cailteau-Fischbach, Philippe de Donato, Jacques Pironon, Yanick Lettry, Catherine Lerouge and Pierre De Cannière

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:244

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  25. We present several mini-seismic methods developed and applied in recent years in the Mont Terri rock laboratory. All these applications aimed at correlating and interpreting seismically derived parameters with...

    Authors: Kristof Schuster, Florian Amann, Salina Yong, Paul Bossart and Peter Connolly

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:241

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  26. Carbon steel is widely considered as a candidate material for the construction of spent fuel and high-level waste disposal canisters. In order to investigate corrosion processes representative of the long term...

    Authors: Sophia Necib, Nikitas Diomidis, Peter Keech and Masashi Nakayama

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:259

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  27. Data pertinent to pore-water composition in Opalinus Clay in the Mont Terri and Mont Russelin anticlines have been collected over the last 20 years from long-term in situ pore-water sampling in dedicated boreh...

    Authors: Martin Mazurek and Antoine de Haller

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:249

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  28. Geologic repositories for radioactive waste are designed as multi-barrier disposal systems that perform a number of functions including the long-term isolation and containment of waste from the human environme...

    Authors: Paul Bossart, Frédéric Bernier, Jens Birkholzer, Christophe Bruggeman, Peter Connolly, Sarah Dewonck, Masaaki Fukaya, Martin Herfort, Mark Jensen, Jean-Michel Matray, Juan Carlos Mayor, Andreas Moeri, Takahiro Oyama, Kristof Schuster, Naokata Shigeta, Tim Vietor…

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:236

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  29. This paper focuses on hydraulic-mechanical effects in the Mont Terri rock laboratory (Switzerland) and investigates their impact on pore pressure, the convergence of a niche and the evolution of pre-existing c...

    Authors: Gesa Ziefle, Jean-Michel Matray, Jobst Maßmann and Andreas Möri

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:252

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  30. Opalinus Clay is currently being assessed as the host rock for a deep geological repository for high-level and low- and intermediate-level radioactive wastes in Switzerland. Within this framework, the ‘Full-Sc...

    Authors: Herwig R. Müller, Benoit Garitte, Tobias Vogt, Sven Köhler, Toshihiro Sakaki, Hanspeter Weber, Thomas Spillmann, Marian Hertrich, Jens K. Becker, Niels Giroud, Veerle Cloet, Nikitas Diomidis and Tim Vietor

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:251

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  31. The Cement–Opalinus Clay Interaction (CI) Experiment at the Mont Terri rock laboratory is a long-term passive diffusion–reaction experiment between contrasting materials of relevance to engineered barrier syst...

    Authors: Urs Mäder, Andreas Jenni, Cathérine Lerouge, Stephane Gaboreau, Satoru Miyoshi, Yukinobu Kimura, Veerle Cloet, Masaaki Fukaya, Francis Claret, Tsubasa Otake, Masahito Shibata and Babara Lothenbach

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:240

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  32. We propose a geometrically, kinematically, and mechanically viable thin-skinned kinematic forward model for a cross section intersecting the Mont Terri rock laboratory in the frontal-most part of the Jura fold...

    Authors: Christophe Nussbaum, Armelle Kloppenburg, Typhaine Caër and Paul Bossart

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2017 110:248

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  33. We present precise U-Pb age determinations from two volcaniclastic layers within Middle Triassic carbonates in the Upper Austroalpine Silvretta nappe near Davos (Switzerland). The two volcaniclastic layers wer...

    Authors: Heinz Furrer, Urs Schaltegger, Maria Ovtcharova and Patrick Meister

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2008 101:1295

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  34. Sandwiched between the Adriatic Carbonate Platform and the Dinaride Ophiolite Zone, the Bosnian Flysch forms a c. 3000 m thick, intensely folded stack of Upper Jurassic to Cretaceous mixed carbonate and silicicla...

    Authors: Tamás Mikes, Dominik Christ, Rüdiger Petri, István Dunkl, Dirk Frei, Mária Báldi-Beke, Joachim Reitner, Klaus Wemmer, Hazim Hrvatović and Hilmar von Eynatten

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Geosciences 2008 101(Suppl 1):1291

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    This article is part of a Supplement: Volume 101 Supplement 1