Andrea Hampel
Andrea Hampel
Professorin für Geologie, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Verified email at geowi.uni-hannover.de
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The migration history of the Nazca Ridge along the Peruvian active margin: a re-evaluation
A Hampel
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 203 (2), 665-679, 2002
1992002
Slip rate variations on normal faults during glacial–interglacial changes in surface loads
R Hetzel, A Hampel
Nature 435 (7038), 81-84, 2005
1662005
Slip rate variations on normal faults during glacial–interglacial changes in surface loads
R Hetzel, A Hampel
Nature 435 (7038), 81-84, 2005
1662005
Tectonic erosion of the Peruvian forearc, Lima Basin, by subduction and Nazca Ridge collision
PD Clift, I Pecher, N Kukowski, A Hampel
Tectonics 22 (3), 2003
1462003
Ridge subduction at an erosive margin: The collision zone of the Nazca Ridge in southern Peru
A Hampel, N Kukowski, J Bialas, C Huebscher, R Heinbockel
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 109 (B2), 2004
992004
Response of normal faults to glacial‐interglacial fluctuations of ice and water masses on Earth's surface
A Hampel, R Hetzel
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 111 (B6), 2006
872006
Postglacial slip-rate increase on the Teton normal fault, northern Basin and Range Province, caused by melting of the Yellowstone ice cap and deglaciation of the Teton Range?
A Hampel, R Hetzel, AL Densmore
Geology 35 (12), 1107-1110, 2007
712007
Effect of ice sheet growth and melting on the slip evolution of thrust faults
H Turpeinen, A Hampel, T Karow, G Maniatis
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 269 (1-2), 230-241, 2008
682008
The Pleistocene of Schöningen, Germany: a complex tunnel valley fill revealed from 3D subsurface modelling and shear wave seismics
J Lang, J Winsemann, D Steinmetz, U Polom, L Pollok, U Böhner, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 39, 86-105, 2012
612012
Three‐dimensional numerical modeling of slip rate variations on normal and thrust fault arrays during ice cap growth and melting
A Hampel, R Hetzel, G Maniatis, T Karow
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 114 (B8), 2009
592009
Response of the tectonically erosive south Peruvian forearc to subduction of the Nazca Ridge: Analysis of three‐dimensional analogue experiments
A Hampel, J Adam, N Kukowski
Tectonics 23 (5), 2004
592004
Spatiotemporal evolution of brittle normal faulting and fluid infiltration in detachment fault systems: A case study from the Menderes Massif, western Turkey
R Hetzel, H Zwingmann, A Mulch, K Gessner, C Akal, A Hampel, ...
Tectonics 32 (3), 364-376, 2013
532013
Composite faults in the Swiss Alps formed by the interplay of tectonics, gravitation and postglacial rebound: an integrated field and modelling study
ME Ustaszewski, OA Pfiffner
Swiss Journal of Geosciences 101 (1), 223-235, 2008
522008
Response of faults to climate-driven changes in ice and water volumes on Earth’s surface
A Hampel, R Hetzel, G Maniatis
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2010
472010
Along-strike variations of the slip direction on normal faults: Insights from three-dimensional finite-element models
G Maniatis, A Hampel
Journal of structural geology 30 (1), 21-28, 2008
422008
Relative importance of trenchward upper plate motion and friction along the plate interface for the topographic evolution of subduction-related mountain belts
A Hampel, A Pfiffner
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 253 (1), 105-115, 2006
362006
Slip acceleration on normal faults due to erosion and sedimentation—Results from a new three-dimensional numerical model coupling tectonics and landscape evolution
G Maniatis, D Kurfeß, A Hampel, O Heidbach
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 284 (3-4), 570-582, 2009
332009
Quantifying rates of detachment faulting and erosion in the central Menderes Massif (western Turkey) by thermochronology and cosmogenic 10Be
JT Buscher, A Hampel, R Hetzel, I Dunkl, C Glotzbach, A Struffert, C Akal, ...
Journal of the Geological Society 170 (4), 669-683, 2013
322013
A constant slip rate for the western Qilian Shan frontal thrust during the last 200 ka consistent with GPS-derived and geological shortening rates
R Hetzel, A Hampel, P Gebbeken, Q Xu, RD Gold
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 509, 100-113, 2019
282019
Repeated folding during Late Holocene earthquakes on the La Cal thrust fault near Mendoza city (Argentina)
E Salomon, S Schmidt, R Hetzel, F Mingorance, A Hampel
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 103 (2A), 936-949, 2013
282013
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