Spyros B. Pavlides

Spyros B. Pavlides (Σπύρος Β. Παυλίδης) is a Greek geologist and professor of geology and physical geography and vice president of the school of geology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece.[1] His primary interests include neotectonics, paleoseismology, archaeoseismology, and the use of geological data for seismic hazard assessment. His Ph.D. subject in 1985 was "Neotectonic evolution of the Florina-Vegoritis-Ptolemais basin (W. Macedonia, Greece)"

BibliographyEdit

  • Yildirim Dilek and Spyros Pavlides (2006) "Postcollisional tectonics and magmatism in the Mediterranean region and Asia", Geological Society of America, ISBN 978-0-8137-2409-6
  • Mountrakis D., Kilias A., Pavlides S. and others (1999) "Neotectonic Map of Greece", University of Thessaloniki.
  • Pavlides, S. B. (1996) Palaeoseismology: a branch of Neotectonics linking Geological, Seismological and Archaeological data. Fitch Laboratory, British School at Athens. Athens
  • Pavlides, S, Mountrakis, D. (1986). Neotectonics: an Introduction to Recent Geological Structures. University Studio Press. Thessaloniki. Greece. (in Greek)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ School of Geology Administration (retrieved September 27, 2007)

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