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Team
Gianluca Ambrosini056 560 61 82ambrosini@geovm.ch
Katharina Dubach044 545 29 44dubach@geovm.ch
Benedikt Dürr044 545 29 42duerr@geovm.ch
Stephan Frank044 545 29 41frank@geovm.ch
Hans Rudolf Graf044 545 29 56graf@geovm.ch
Lorenz Grämiger044 545 29 36graemiger@geovm.ch
Sophie Gschwind044 545 29 47gschwind@geovm.ch
Michel Henzen056 560 61 88henzen@geovm.ch
Bettina Hübscher044 545 29 32huebscher@geovm.ch
Stephan Lehmann056 560 61 84lehmann@geovm.ch
Nina Leidenberger044 545 29 49leidenberger@geovm.ch
Dominik Letsch044 545 29 38letsch@geovm.ch
Sandro Müller044 545 29 48smueller@geovm.ch
Wolfgang Müllner044 545 29 55muellner@geovm.ch
Maïté Nietlispach056 560 61 85nietlispach@geovm.ch
Angelika Nobbe044 545 29 50nobbe@geovm.ch
Lawrence Och044 545 29 52och@geovm.ch
Beat Rick044 545 29 33rick@geovm.ch
Mireille Robin044 545 29 21robin@geovm.ch
Amelie Schallberger044 545 29 37schallberger@geovm.ch
Elke Schöffmann044 545 29 34schoeffmann@geovm.ch
Karin Stöckli056 560 61 71stoeckli@geovm.ch
Andrea Thielen044 545 29 53thielen@geovm.ch
Martin Vogelhuber044 545 29 31vogelhuber@geovm.ch
Markus von Moos044 545 29 35vonmoos@geovm.ch
Stefan Wallier056 560 61 81wallier@geovm.ch
Claudia Weber044 545 29 24cweber@geovm.ch
Martin Wittlinger044 545 29 54wittlinger@geovm.ch
Marina Wurst044 545 29 46wurst@geovm.ch
PUBLIKATIONEN

Dominik Letsch

Letsch, D., Large, S.J.E., Bernasconi, S.M., Klug, C., Blattmann, T.M., Winkler, W., von Quadt, A. (2019): Northwest Africas Ediacaran to early Cambrian fossil record, its oldest metazoans and age constraints for the basal Taroudant Group (Morocco). Precambrian Research, 320: 438-453.

Letsch, D., 2019: On the pre-history of the turbidite concept: an Alpine perspective on occasion of the 70th anniversary of Kuenens landmark talk. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, im Druck

Letsch, D., 2018: Catastrophic lake level drop due to moraine dam failure: did it happen to Lake Zurich in the late Pleistocene? Swiss Bulletin for Applied Geology, 23/1: 109-118.

Blattmann, T., Letsch, D., Eglinton, T. (2018): On the geological and scientific legacy of petrogenic organic carbon. American Journal of Science, 318: 861-881.

Letsch, D., 2018: Diamictites and soft-sediment deformation related to the Ries (ca. 14.9 Ma) meteorite impact: the Blockhorizont of Bernhardzell (Eastern Switzerland). International Journal of Earth Sciences, 107: 1379-1380.

Kornprobst, J., Abalos, B., Barbey, P., Boullier, A., Burg, J., Capdevila, R., Claesson, S., Cordani, U., Corrigan, D., Gabrielsen, R., Gil-Ibarguchi, J., Johansson, A., Letsch, D. Le Vigouroux, P., Upton, B. (2018): Boris Choubert: unrecognized visionary geologist, pioneer of the global tectonics. Bulletin de la Societe geologique de France, 189/7: 1-15.

Letsch, D., Large, S.J.E., Buechi, M.W., Winkler, W., von Quadt, A. (2018): Ediacaran glaciations of the West African Craton – evidence from Morocco. Precambrian Research, 310: 17-38.

Letsch, D., El Houicha, M., von Quadt, A., Winkler, W. (2018): A missing link in the Peri-Gondwanan terrane collage: the Precambrian basement of the Moroccan Meseta and its lower Paleozoic cover. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 55: 33-51.

Letsch, D., Kiefer, L. (2017): A marine pebbly mudstone from the Swiss Alps: palaeotectonic implications and some consequences for the interpretation of Precambrian diamictites. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 110: 753-776.

Letsch, D., (2017): A pioneer of Precambrian geology: Boris Chouberts fit of the continents across the Atlantic (1935) and his insights into the Proterozoic tectonic structure of the West African Craton and adjacent areas. Precambrian Research, 294: 230-243.

Letsch, D., (2017): The Isentobel in Central Switzerland: remnants of the Penninic ocean and a source of inspiration for Gustav Steinmanns idea of young ophiolites. International Journal of Earth Sciences 106: 1693-1694.

Letsch, D., Wüthrich, L. (2016): Ein sedimentärer Dyke in eiszeitlichen Sedimenten in der Stadt Zürich: ein instruktives Beispiel eines wenig beachteten Phänomens der Quartärgeologie. Swiss Bulletin für angewandte Geologie, 21/2: 3-15.

Letsch, D., (2016): Swiss contributions to mid-nineteenth century tectonic research: a step backwards or the prologue to the nappe tectonics revolution? Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 442: 105-116.

Letsch, D., (2015): R.A. Dalys early model of seafloor generation 40 years before the Vine-Matthews hypothesis: an outstanding theoretical achievement inspired by field work on St. Helena in 1921-1922. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 52: 893-902.

Pavoni, N., Schindler, C., Freimoser, M., Haldimann, P., Letsch, D., (2015): Erläuterungen des geologischen Atlas der Schweiz: Blatt 1091 Zürich. Bundesamt für Landestopografie.

Letsch, D., Winkler, W., von Quadt, A., Gallhofer, D. (2015): The volcano-sedimentary evolution of a post-Variscan intramontane basin in the Swiss Alps (Glarus Verrucano) as revealed by zircon U-Pb age dating and Hf isotope geochemistry. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 104: 123-145.

Letsch, D., (2014): Fluvial, glacial, or tectonic origin of Lake Zurich – changing views during the last 200 years: a historical sketch and some conclusions for modern discussions. Swiss Bulletin for Applied Geology, 19/1: 53-71.

Letsch, D., (2014): The distinction between carbonate cement and internal sediment in Quaternary gravels: a combined field, petrographic, and stable isotope study from Northern Switzerland. Earth Science Research, 3/1: 56-71.

Letsch, D., (2014): The Glarus Double Fold: a serious scientific advance in mid 19th century Swiss Alpine Geology. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 107: 49-64.

Letsch, D., (2013): The geometry of continental displacement and its application to Arctic geology: Eugen Wegmann’s early approaches published in the Geologische Rundschau in 1943. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 102: 1171-1180.

Letsch, D., (2012): Deutungsversuch einer komplexen eisrandnahen Talfüllung: die Wulp-Schotter und ihr glaziales Umfeld. Swiss Bulletin für angewandte Geologie, 17/1: 61-76.

Letsch, D., (2012): Isotopengeologische Untersuchungen in der Äusseren Einsiedler Schuppenzone (Steinbach, SZ). Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich, 157(1/2): 33-43.

Letsch, D., (2011): Arnold Eschers Sicht der Glarner Überschiebung. Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich, 156 (1/2): 29-38.

Letsch, D., (2007): Unsere wandernden Kontinente – die geotektonischen Ideen des Zürcher Naturforschers Heinrich Wettstein (1831-1895). Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich, 152(4): 111-117.

Letsch, D., (2006): Die Wulp-Schotter im Küsnachter Tobel. Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich, 151(3): 67-72.

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