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Anke Friedrich

Prof. Dr. Anke M. Friedrich

Ordinaria für Allgemeine Geologie



Wechselwirkungen endogener und exogener geologischer Prozesse. Aktive Tektonik und Erdbebenstudien. Globale und regionale Geologie. Neotektonik und Intraplattendeformation. Stratigraphie.

Aufgabengebiet

Forschung und Lehre in Allgemeiner Geologie mit Schwerpunkten in Aktiver Tektonik, Neotektonik und Paläoseismologie, Tektonischer Geomorphologie, Strukturgeologie und den angewandten Methoden der Sedimentologie, geologischen Fernerkundung, und der Geochronologie.

Entwicklung von Methoden zur Quantifizierung der Veränderlichkeiten von Deformationsraten der Lithosphäre auf unterschiedlichen Zeitskalen ("10 Jahre bis 10 Millionen Jahre").

Erdbebenstudien anhand paläoseismischer und geologischer Methoden; Erstellung von neotektonischen Karten zur seismischen Gefährdungsanalyse und Standortsicherheit.

Vertikalbewegungen der Erdoberfläche auf unterschiedlichen Skalen (Tektonische Geomorphologie und Stratigraphie) insbesondere "1 Ma".


Multiplikatorenprojekt FORSCHEN—LEHREN—LERNEN (FoLL-Geo); Konzepte zur integrierten Teamarbeit (z.B., Geothermische Tiefbohrung Garching an der Alz). Konzept Studi Praxis "Geotope in Bayern."

Konzept Rothpletz (Nachteilsausgleich internationaler Studierender);
Leitung des Geologischen Archivs (Forschungssammlung Regionale Geologie).

Ansprechpartner - Internationaler Austausch in der Geologie; ERASMUS-Beuaftragte der Geologie; Vorsitzende des Prüfungsausschusses Masterstudiengang Geology. Mitglied des Fakultätsrates.

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Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Deformationsverhalten der kontinentalen Lithosphäre auf unterschiedlichen Skalen; Erdbebenzeitreihen und Paläoseismologie; seismische Gefährdungsanalysen und geologische Standortsicherheit.
  • Quantifizierung von vertikalen Deformations- und Erosionsraten auf Skalen von Millimeter pro Jahr bis zu Kilometer pro Millionen Jahre. Neotektonische Kartierung von Intraplattenregionen (z.B., Mitteleuropa, Deutschland, Bayern).
  • Methodische Entwicklung von paläogeologischen Hiatuskarten und tektonisch-geologisch-stratigraphischen Rahmenwerken zur Interpretation von dynamischer Topographie als Ausdruck der Mantelkonvektion. 
  • Großräumige, vertikale tektonische Prozesse und deren stratigraphisches Signal; regional-geologische Analyse. 
  • Anwendungen der geologischen Fernerkundung.
  • Quantifizierung der vertikalen Bewegungen von aktiven Salzdiapiren.

Aktive Projekte

  • 2020 - 2022 The role of the caprock in the vertical motion of salt diapirs, southern Iran. DFG-funded project. 
  • 2020-2021 Datierung der Riss- und Würm-Kaltzeiten im bayerischen Alpenvorland und Korrelation mit glazifluviatilen Äquivalenten, DFG funded project. 
  • seit 2011: die junge tektonische, geomorphologische und sedimentologische Entwicklung des Molassebeckens, Bayern, zur Erfassung der Erdbebenaktivität auf geologischen Zeitskalen (Kollaboration mit dem LfU).
  • seit 2011: Mechanisms of strain release in the northern Basin and Range Province (western USA): relationship between faults, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and the growth of continental fault systems. Collaborators: Geoffrey King (IPG Paris), Steven Wesbousky (University of Nevada, Reno).

 

Vorherige Projekte

  • 2018-2019 Entnahme und Bearbeitung von Cuttings aus der laufenden Geothermiebohrung BRUCKGT-001 (Quartär bis Oberer Jura, Östliches Molassebecken, Bayern); DFG finanziertes Projekt.  
  • 2012 - 2017: HGF Alliance: Remote Sensing and Earth System Dynamics: Project: "Geological context of seismically inactive, but geodetically active regions." The HGF Alliance "Remote Sensing and Earth System Dynamics" aims at the development and evaluation of novel bio/geo-pysical information products derived from data acquired by a new generation of remote sensing satellites and their integration in earth system models for improving understanding and modelling ability of global environmental processes and ecosystem change. Collaborators: Simon Kübler (LMU Geology). Project Partners and Link.
  • 2004 - 2013: DFG Project: Dynamics of Active faulting in the Lower Rhine Graben, awarded to A.M. Friedrich (FR1693/1-1) and M.R. Strecker.
  • 2008-2015: Vertical motion of Crete and implications for fault system dynamics and seismic hazards — based in integration of PSI-InSAR data, tectonic geomorphology, and geological data. 
  • 2008-2011: Tectonic geomorphology of the Red Sea coast north of Quseir (Egypt).

Publikationen


2021

  • Plattner, C., Parizzi, A., Carena, S., Rieger, S., Friedrich, A.M., Abolghasem, A., DeZan, F., Long-lived afterslip of the 2013 Mw 6.1 Minab earthquake detected by Persistent Scatterer Interferometry along the Irer fault (western Makran-Zagros transition zone, Iran). Journal Geophysical International, in revision.

2020

  • Hayek, J.N., Vilacis, B., Bunge, H.-P., Friedrich, A. M., Carena, S., Vibe, J., 2020, Continent-scale Hiatus Maps for the Atlantic Realm and Australia since the Upper Jurassic and links to mantle flow induced dynamic topography, Proceedings of the Royal Society A, https://doi.org/10.1098/rspa.2020.0390
  • Krob, F.C., Glasmacher, U.A., Bunge, H.-P., Friedrich, A.M., Hackspacher, P.C., 2020, Application of stratigraphic frameworks and thermochronological data on the Mesozoic SW-Gondwana intraplate environment to retrieve the Parana-Etendeka plume environment; Gondwana Research, 84, 81 –110. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gr.2020.02.010  

2019

  • Carena, S., Bunge H.P., and Friedrich, A.M., 2019, "Analysis of geological hiatus surfaces across Africa in the Cenozoic and implications for the timescales of convectively-maintained topography." Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjes-2018-0329
  • Friedrich, A. M., 2019, Palaeogeological hiatus surface mapping: a tool to visualize vertical motion of the continents, in Meinhhold, G., (ed) advances in Palaeogeography, Geological Magazine, v.156, #2, 308 - 319, Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0016756818000560.

 2018

  • Carena, S., Friedrich, A. M., 2018, "Vertical-displacement history of an active Basin and Range fault based on integration of geomorphologic, stratigraphic, and structural data", Geosphere 14, # 4, 1657-1676. https://doi.org/10.1130/GES01600.1
  • Dorfler, K. M., Friedrich, A. M., GSA Tomorrow: An Open Challenge to Promote the Future of Geoscience. 2018, Geological Society of America TODAY, http://hdl.handle.net/10919/86628
  • Friedrich, A. M., Bunge, H. P., Rieger, S. M., *Colli, L., *Ghelichkhan, S., & *Nerlich, R. (2018). Stratigraphic framework for the plume mode of mantle convection and the analysis of interregional unconformities on geological maps. Gondwana Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gr.2017.06.003
  • Vibe, Y., Friedrich, A.M., Bunge, H.-P.; Clark, S.R., 2018, Correlations of oceanic spreading rates and hiatus surface area in the North Atlantic realm, Lithosphere, v. 10, # 5, 677 - 684, https://doi.org/10.1130/L736.1.

2017

  • Kübler, S., Streich, R., Lück, E., Hoffmann, M., Friedrich, A. M., & Strecker, M. R. (2017). Active faulting in a populated low-strain setting (lower Rhine graben, central Europe) identified by geomorphic, geophysical and geological analysis. Geological Society Special Publication, v. 432. https://doi.org/10.1144/SP432.11
  • Gold, R. D., Cowgill, E., Arrowsmith, J. R., & Friedrich, A. M., 2017, Pulsed strain release on the Altyn Tagh fault, northwest China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 459. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2016.11.024
  • Gold, R. D., Friedrich, A., Kübler, S., Salamon, M, 2017; Apparent Late Quaternary Fault‐Slip Rate Increase in the Southern Lower Rhine Graben, Central Europe. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America; 107 (2): 563–580. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/0120160197
  • Kübler, S., Friedrich, A. M., Gold, R. D., & Strecker, M. R. (2017). Historical coseismic surface deformation of fluvial gravel deposits, Schafberg fault, Lower Rhine Graben, Germany. International Journal of Earth Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00531-017-1510-9.

2016

  • Catlos, E.J., Friedrich, A.M., Lay, T. et al. (6 more authors), 2016, Nepal at Risk: Interdisciplinary Lessons Learned from the April 2015 Nepal (Gorkha) Earthquake and Future Concerns. GSA Today, 26 (6). pp. 42–43. ISSN 1052-5173 https://doi.org/10.1130/GSATG278GW.1
  • Friedrich, A. M., & Hodges, K. V. (2016). Geological significance of 40Ar/39Ar mica dates across a mid-crustal continental plate margin, Connemara (Grampian Orogeny, Irish Caledonides), and implications for the evolution of lithospheric collisions. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 53 (11). https://doi.org/10.1139/cjes-2016-0001.

2015

  • Stein, S., Kley, J., Hindle, D., & Friedrich, A., 2015, Exploring natural hazard policies with bike helmets and bus fares. Eos, 96(7), 17–19.

2014

  • Baran, R., Friedrich, A. M., Schlunegger, F., 2014, The late Miocene to Holocene erosion pattern of the Alpine foreland basin reflects Eurasian slab unloading beneath the western Alps rather than global climate change; Lithosphere, v. 6, no. 2, 124 - 131. https://doi.org/10.1130/L307.1 
  • Stein, S. and Friedrich A. M., 2014, Clearing the crystal ball; Astronomy and Geophysics; v. 55, no. 2., 2.11-2.17. https://doi.org/10.1093/astrogeo/atu076 


Vor 2014:

  • Ballato, P., Uba, C. E., Landgraf, A., Strecker, M. R., Sudo, M., Stockli, D. F., Friedrich, A., and Tabatabaei, S. H., 2011, Arabia-Eurasia continental collision: Insights from late Tertiary foreland-basin evolution in the Alborz Mountains, northern Iran: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 123, no. 1-2, p. 106-131.
  • Ballato, P., Mulch, A., Landgraf, A., Strecker, M. R., Dalconi, M. C., Friedrich, A., and Tabatabaei, S. H., 2010, Middle to late Miocene Middle Eastern climate from stable oxygen and carbon isotope data, southern Alborz mountains, N Iran: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 300, no. 1-2, p. 125-138.
  • Baran, R., Guest, B., and Friedrich, A. M., 2010, High-resolution spatial rupture pattern of a multiphase flower structure, Rex Hills, Nevada: New insights on scarp evolution in complex topography based on 3-D laser scanning: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 122, no. 5-6, p. 897-914.
  • Friedrich, A., 2010, Leopold-von-Buch Medal awarded to Prof. Dr. Tanya Atwater. Zeitschrift Der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften, v. 161, no. 2, p. 112-112.
  • Landgraf, A., Ballato, P., Strecker, M. R., Friedrich, A., Tabatabaei, S. H., and Shahpasandzadeh, M., 2009, Fault-kinematic and geomorphic observations along the North Tehran Thrust and Mosha Fasham Fault, Alborz mountains Iran: implications for fault-system evolution and interaction in a changing tectonic regime: Geophysical Journal International, v. 177, no. 2, p. 676-690.
  • Rezaei, K., Guest, B., Friedrich, A., Fayazi, F., Nakhaei, M., Aghda, S. M. F., and Beitollahi, A., 2009a, Soil and sediment quality and composition as factors in the distribution of damage at the December 26, 2003, Bam area earthquake in SE Iran (M (s)=6.6): Journal of Soils and Sediments, v. 9, no. 1, p. 23-32.
  • Rezaei, K., Guest, B., Friedrich, A., Fayazi, F., Nakhaei, M., Beitollahi, A., and Aghda, S. M. F., 2009b, Feed forward neural network and interpolation function models to predict the soil and subsurface sediments distribution in Bam, Iran: Acta Geophysica, v. 57, no. 2, p. 271-293.
  • Ballato, P., Nowaczyk, N. R., Landgraf, A., Strecker, M. R., Friedrich, A., and Tabatabaei, S. H., 2008, Tectonic control on sedimentary facies pattern and sediment accumulation rates in the Miocene foreland basin of the southern Alborz mountains, northern Iran: Tectonics, v. 27, no. 6.
  • Cloetingh, S. A. P. L., Ziegler, P. A., Bogaard, P. J. F., Andriessen, P. A. M., Artemieva, I. M., Bada, G., van Balen, R. T., Beekman, F., Ben-Avraham, Z., Brun, J. P., Bunge, H. P., Burov, E. B., Carbonell, R., Facenna, C., Friedrich, A., Gallart, J., Green, A. G., Heidbach, O., Jones, A. G., Matenco, L., Mosar, J., Oncken, O., Pascal, C., Peters, G., Sliaupa, S., Soesoo, A., Spakman, W., Stephenson, R. A., Thybo, H., Torsvik, T., de Vicente, G., Wenzel, F., Wortel, M. J. R., and Grp, T.-E. W., 2007, TOPO-EUROPE: The geoscience of coupled deep Earth-surface processes: Global and Planetary Change, v. 58, no. 1-4, p. 1-118.
  • Bartley, J.M., Glazner, A.F., Coleman, D.S., Kylander-Clark, A., Mapes, R., Friedrich, A.M., 2007, Large Laramide dextral offset across Owens Valley, California, and its possible relation to tectonic unroofing of the southern Sierra Nevada. SPECIAL PAPERS-GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA, vol. 434 pp. 129
  • Stein, S., Friedrich, A., and Newman, A., 2005, Dependence of possible characteristic earthquakes on spatial sampling: Illustration for the Wasatch seismic zone, Utah: Seismological Research Letters, v. 76, no. 4, p. 432-436. 
  • https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.76.4.432
  • Bennett, R.A., Friedrich, A.M., Furlong, K. 2004, Codependent histories of the San Andreas and San Jacinto fault zones from inversion of fault displacement rates, Geology, v. 32; no. 11; p. 961–964; https://doi.org/10.1130/G20750.1
  • Friedrich, A. M., Lee, J., Wernicke, B. P., and Sieh, K., 2004, Geologic context of geodetic data across a Basin and Range normal fault, Crescent Valley, Nevada: Tectonics, v. 23, no. 2. https://doi.org/10.1029/2003TC001528 
  • Niemi, N. A., Wernicke, B. P., Friedrich, A. M., Simons, M., Bennett, R. A., and Davis, J. L., 2004, BARGEN continuous GPS data across the eastern Basin and Range province, and implications for fault system dynamics: Geophysical Journal International, v. 159, no. 3, p. 842-862. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-246X.2004.02454.x 
  • Wernicke, B., Davis, J. L., Bennett, R. A., Normandeau, J. E., Friedrich, A. M., and Niemi, N. A., 2004, Tectonic implications of a dense continuous GPS velocity field at Yucca Mountain, Nevada: Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, v. 109, no. B12. https://doi.org/10.1029/2003JB002832
  • Bennett, R. A., Wernicke, B. P., Niemi, N. A., Friedrich, A. M., and Davis, J. L., 2003, Contemporary strain rates in the northern Basin and Range province from GPS data: Tectonics, v. 22, no. 2. doi.org/10.1029/2001TC001355  
  • Friedrich, A. M., Wernicke, B. P., Niemi, N. A., Bennett, R. A., and Davis, J. L., 2003, Comparison of geodetic and geologic data from the Wasatch region, Utah, and implications for the spectral character of Earth deformation at periods of 10 to 10 million years: Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, v. 108, no. B4. https://doi.org/10.1029/2001JB000682
  • Friedrich, A. M., and Bartley, J. M., 2003, Three-dimensional structural reconstruction of a thrust system overprinted by postorogenic extension, Wah Wah thrust zone, southwestern Utah: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 115, no. 12, p. 1473-1491. https://doi.org/10.1130/B25148.1
  • Friedrich, A. M., Bowring, S. A., Martin, M. W., and Hodges, K. V., 1999a, Short-lived continental magmatic arc at Connemara, western Irish Caledonides: Implications for the age of the Grampian orogeny: Geology, v. 27, no. 1, p. 27-30. https://doi.org/10.1130/0091-7613(1999)027<0027:SLCMAA>2.3.CO;2
  • Friedrich, A. M., Hodges, K. V., Bowring, S. A., and Martin, M. W., 1999b, Geochronological constraints on the magmatic, metamorphic and thermal evolution of the Connemara Caledonides, western Ireland: Journal of the Geological Society, v. 156, p. 1217-1230. https://doi.org/10.1144/gsjgs.156.6.1217
  • Coleman, D.S., Bartley, J.M., Walker, J.D., Price, D.E., Friedrich, A.M.,1997, Extensional faulting, footwall deformation and plutonism in the Mineral Mountains, southern Sevier Desert. Brigham Young University Geology Studies, vol. 42 pp. 203-234.