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 Forschungsbericht für das Jahr 2018

Professur für Allgemeine Geologie

Prof. Dr. Thomas Kenkmann

Albertstr. 23b
79104 Freiburg
Tel: 203-6494 Fax: 203-6496
http://portal.uni-freiburg.de/geologie


Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

Einträge in der Rubrik "Who is Who"

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Experimentelle Gesteinsdeformation
  • Hochdynamische Geoprozesse
  • Planetare Geologie
  • Stoßwellenmetamorphose
  • Strukturgeologie von Impaktkratern

Wissenschaftliche Projekte und Forschungsvorhaben


  • Confirmation of two new impact craters in the Republic of the Congo
  • Die Bildung des Peak Rings in Chicxulub: Entschlüsselung des Deformationspfads und des gesteinsmechanischen Verhaltens
    • Projektleitung: Poelchau M H, Kenkmann T
    • Laufzeit: 01.10.2017 bis 01.09.2020
    • Details zum Projekt

Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

Originalarbeiten in wissenschaftlichen Fachzeitschriften:
  • Ebert M, Kowitz A, Schmitt R T, Reimold W U, Mansfeld U, Langenhorst F: Localized shock‐induced melting of sandstone at low shock pressures (< 17.5 GPa): An experimental study. Meteorit Planet Sci, 2018. (in Druck)
Konferenzbeiträge:
  • Cox M A, Cavosie A J, Miljković K, Bland P A, Kenkmann T: The search for shocked Zircon at the Spider Impact Structure, Western Australia 2018 (49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands Abstract .).
  • Doerfler M, Kenkmann T, : Collapse of an over-heightened Central Peak: Clues to the Peak-Ring Formation at Chicxulub? 2018 (Analogue Modeling of the 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands Abstract #1484).
  • Ebert M, Poelchau M H, Kenkmann T, Karagöz O: Feather feature orientations in shocked granitic rocks of Chicxulub’s peak ring 2018 (Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2018 , Vol. 20, EGU2018-13255.).
  • Kenkmann T, Sundell K A, Cook D: Discovery of a Paleozoic Impact Crater Strewn Field near Douglas, Wyoming, USA: Evidence from Microstructural Analysis, Satellite, and Drone Imagery. 2018 (Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2018 , Vol. 20,.).
  • Kenkmann T, Sundell K A, Cook D: Exhumed Paleozoic Impact Crater Strewn Field near Douglas, Wyoming, USA: Evidence from microstructural analysis, satellite, and drone imagery. 2018 (49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands Abstract #1469).
  • Krüger T, Hergarten S, Kenkmann T: Deriving morphometric parameters and the simple-to-complex transition diameter from a new, high resolution database of fresh lunar impact craters ≥ 3 km. 2018 (Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2018 , Vol. 20, 2018-15947.).
  • Lambert P, 57 co-authors: Rochechouart 2017-Drilling Campaign: First Results. 2018 (49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands Abstract).
  • Lofi J, Diaw A, Poelchau M H, Riller U, Morgan J, Gulick S, Le Ber E, The Expedition 364 Scientists: Orientation of magmatic dykes and impact-induced faults in the peak ring of the Chicxulub crater inferred from borehole imaging. 2018 (Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2018 , Vol. 20, EGU2018-4328.).
  • Pietrek A, Hergarten S, Kenkmann T: Comparing the morphology of striations on Martian landslide deposits and ejecta blankets. 2018 (49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands Abstract).
  • Poelchau M H, Ebert M, Schuster B, Kenkmann T: Damage distribution and block sizes mapped in granitoids in the peak ring of the Chicxulub crater. 2018 (Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2018 , Vol. 20,).
  • Poelchau M H, Ebert M, Schuster B, Kenkmann T, Karagöz O: Structural mapping of granitoids in the Peak Ring of the Chicxulub Crater: Damage distribution and block sizes. 2018 (49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands Abstract).
  • Rae A, Collins G, Riller U, Poelchau M H, Timms N, Cavosie A, Salge T, Lofi J, Ferrière L, Christeson G, Grieve R, Osinski G, Gulick S, Morgan J: Quantitative Geological Predictions of the Dynamic Collapse Model of Peak Ring Formation: Comparisons with Observations from the Chicxulub Impact Structure. 2018 (Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2018 , Vol. 20, EGU2018-10873.).
  • Riller U, Schulte F, Poelchau M H, Rae A, Grieve R, Lofi J, Joanna Morgan, Naoma McCall, Sean Gulick: Target-rock fluidization during peak-ring formation of the Chicxulub crater inferred from Expedition 364 drill core. 2018 (. Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2018 , Vol. 20, EGU2018-3978.).
  • Wulf G, Kenkmann T: Meteor (Barringer) Impact Crater, AZ, USA: Indications For Rampart-Like Ejecta Morphologies? 2018 (49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands Abstract).

Besondere wissenschaftliche Aktivitäten

Preise / Ehrungen:
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Kenkmann: Barringer Medal and Award, The Barringer Medal recognizes outstanding work in the field of impact cratering and/or work that has led to a better understanding of impact phenomena.[1] The Barringer Medal and Award were established to honor the memory of D. Moreau Barringer Sr. and his son D. Moreau Barringer Jr. and are sponsored by the Barringer Crater Company. The medal is awarded by the Meteoritical Society., Meteoritical Society, 01.01.2018.
Herausgeberschaften:
  • Dr. Michael H. Poelchau: Associate editor der Zeitschrift " Meteoritics and Planetary Science, seit 2014.
Wissenschaftliche Beratung / Gutachtertätigkeiten:
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Kenkmann: Gutachter für die wissenschaftlichen Journale: “Nature”, “Earth Science Reviews” ,“Earth and Planetary Science Letters”, “Geology”, “Journal of Structural Geology”, “Meteoritics and Planetary Science”, “Lecture Notes in Earth Science“, “European Journal of Mineralogy“, “Impact Studies Series”, “GSA Bulletin”, “GSA Special Paper”, seit 2007.
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Kenkmann: Gutachter der DFG, seit 2007.
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Kenkmann: Gutachter für die Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung und den DAAD , seit 2010.
Gremien:
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Kenkmann: Strukturkommission der Fakultät UNR, seit 2013.

Abschlussarbeiten