TTLEM - TopoToolbox Landscape Evolution: Spatially and temporally variable tectonic configuration.

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Title
TTLEM - TopoToolbox Landscape Evolution: Spatially and temporally variable tectonic configuration.
Author
Campforts, Benjamin
License
CC Attribution 3.0 Germany:
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Publisher
Copernicus Publications
Release Date
2016
Language
Silent film

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Abstract
Synthetic model run with complex geological configuration. One of the main advantages of LEMs is their potential to explore different geo-tectonic configurations and corresponding hypothesis at avery low cost. As an example, we simulated landscape evolution over a time span of 30 Myr. Successively, three spatial and temporally dependent uplift scenarios are imposed to the model. On top of this three scenarios, a horizontal shortening field is imposed over the simulated domain with high lateral displacements in the left upper corner, linearly decreasing in both x and y directions to the Southeastern bottom of the simulated domain.
Keywords
Landscape Evolution Model
Tectonic shortening
Uplift
River incision
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