Projects involving the department Rock Physics & Borehole Geophysics
The department deals with both third-party funded projects and LIAG funded projects. The work is divided among the method-specific research fields of the department and the topics in the main research areas of the institute.
JET Integrated Understanding of the Early Jurassic Earth System and Timescale
LION High-resolution proxy data from Cashmere loess
REGROUP Multi-proxy dataset of soil samples from Serbia
Archaeomagnetic colluvial sediments Pilot study on the applicability of the archaeomagnetic dating method on colluvial sediments from the western Cologne Bay area via paleomagnetic sampling and analysis
Chronostratigraphy and geomagnetics on loess-paleo soil sequences in Hungary Work on sediments from the last glacial period in Süttő (northern Hungary) and much later sequences in part in Beremend (southern Hungary).
Chronostratigraphy and geomagnetics in loess-paleo soil sequences in Croatia Loess-paleo soil sequences overlying early Pleistocene (?), red soils (aeolian red clays) Work on lines from the island of Susak and the northern Cape of Istria (Savudrija).