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|Meetingstatement_of_interest_submit=I have been working on projects concerning the the coupling of Tectonic and Surface Processes since 2008 and it is nice to have a workshop dedicated to this theme. My background is in low-temperature thermochronology and geochronology, particularly applied in a detrital context where it can be used to reconstruct paleo-exhumation rates from foreland basin sequences. I also have experience with thermo-kinematic modeling (namely PECUBE and PECUBE-D) used to predict thermochronometric cooling ages. Most of my work has been focused on active convergent boundaries, but I am eager to refocus on older orogenic records for which there is no modern context and modeling is key to interpreting paleo-exhumation rates (e.g. Caledonian orogeny). To this end, I am looking to learn about new modeling approaches that can integrate tracking of particle thermal histories for T/t reconstruction of cooling age calculations.
|Meetingstatement_of_interest_submit=I am a postdoc at Stockholm U., previously a postdoc at U. Tuebingen (Germany), PhD from U. Washington in 2014. See more about me at karllang.info


I also have a lot to share on this topic and I would be happy to present parts of my PhD work from the eastern Himalaya (testing the "Tectonic Aneurysm" hypothesis) or more recent postdoctoral work from the Southern Alps of New Zealand (comparing Plio-Miocene paleoclimate proxies to paleo exhumation rates across a notable rainshadow).
I would like to attend because I have been working on projects concerning the coupling of Tectonic and Surface Processes since 2008 but have never actually attended a workshop dedicated to this theme - its thrilling! I have a lot to share on this topic, but still a lot to learn from others. My background is in low-temperature thermochronology and geochronology, particularly applied in a detrital context. I have experience with thermo-kinematic modeling (namely PECUBE and PECUBE-D) used to predict thermochronometric cooling ages.
 
My PhD and Postdoc work has been focused on using detrital cooling ages to reconstruct paleo-exhumation rates from foreland basin sequences - actually testing modeling of landscape evolution over 10^6 yr timescales. I have focused specifically on testing the "Tectonic Aneurysm" models of the eastern Himalaya (PhD) as well as the influence of a rainshadow on the evolution of the New Zealand Southern Alps (Postdoc).
 
I am also eager to work on older orogenic records for which there is no modern context and modeling is key to interpreting paleo-exhumation rates (e.g. Caledonian orogeny). To this end, I am looking to learn about new modeling approaches that can integrate tracking of particle thermal histories for T/t reconstruction of cooling age calculations.
 
I am happy to present parts of my PhD, Postdoc work or both!
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