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Gregory Hoke, PhD

Universität Potsdam
Institut für Geowissenschaften
Leibniz Center for Surface Process and Climate Studies
Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24-25
Haus 27, Raum 2.28
14476 Potsdam-Golm
Germany

gdhoke @ geo.uni-potsdam.de
Phone: +49 (0) 331 977 5840
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Research interests

I study the topographic development of orogens using geomorphology and stratigraphy as clues to deep earth processes. My current research is focused on paleoaltimetry studies in the southern central Andes and the SE Margin of the Tibetan Plateau

Education

2008
Alexander von Humboldt research fellow in Geosciences at the University of Potsdam.

2006/2007
USA Nationial Science Foundation International Research Program Fellow at the Instituto Argentino de Nivología, Glaciología y Ciencias Ambientales, Mendoza, Argentina

2005/2006
Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Rochester, Rochester NY, U.S.A.

2000/2005
PhD Thesis: ‘The influence of climate and tectonics on the Geomorphology of the western slope of the central Andes, Chile and Peru’, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University (Ithaca, NY, U.S.A.).

2001/2002
Bachelor of Science in Geology and Geological Oceanography, University of Rhode Island (Kingston, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

Papers published in referred journals

Garzione, C. N., Hoke, G. D., Labarkin, J. C., Withers, S., MacFadden, B. J., Ghosh, P., and Mulch, A., 2008, Rise of the Andes: Science, v. 320, p. 1304-1307.

Hoke, G. D., and Garzione, C. N., 2008, Paleosurfaces, paleoelevation, and the mechanisms for the latest Miocene topographic development of the Altiplano Plateau: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 271, no. 1-4, p. 192-201.

Hoke, G. D., Isacks, B. L., Jordan, T. E., Blanco, N., Tomlinson, A. J., and Ramezani, J., 2007, Geomorphic evidence for post-10 Ma uplift of the western flank of the Central Andes (18°30'-22°S): Tectonics, v. 26, p. TC5021.

Loveless, J. P., Hoke, G. D., Allmendinger, R. W., Gonzalez, G., Isacks, B. L., and Carrizo, D. A., 2005, Pervasive cracking of the northern Chilean Coastal Cordillera: New evidence for forearc extension: Geology, v. 33, no. 12, p. 973-976.

Allmendinger, R. W., Gonzalez, G., Yu, J., Hoke, G., and Isacks, B., 2005, Trench-parallel shortening in the Northern Chilean Forearc: Tectonic and climatic implications: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 117, no. 1-2, p. 89-104.

Hoke, G. D., Isacks, B. L., Jordan, T. E., and Yu, J. S., 2004, Groundwater-sapping origin for the giant quebradas of northern Chile: Geology, v. 32, no. 7, p. 605-608.

Hoke, G. D., and Turcotte, D. L., 2002, Weathering and damage: Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth, v. 107, no. B10.

Conferences

Hoke, G. D., and Garzione, C. N., 2006, Late Miocene Plateau-Wide Surface Uplift in the Central Andes: an Integration of Stable Isotope Paleoaltimetry and Geomorphology, in Backbone of the Americas: Patagonia to Alaska, Mendoza, Argentina, p. 0-128

Hoke, G. D. and Garzione C. N., 2006, (invited presentation), Near synchronous Plateau-Wide Surface Uplift in the Central Andes Deduced From Paleoaltimetry and Geomorphology: Implications for Processes at Depth, EOS Trans AGU, 87, Abstract H13G-02

Garzione C. N. and Hoke G. D., 2007 (Invited presentation), Late Miocene plateau-wide surface uplift of the central Andes and the growth of orogenic plateaus, Circum Pacific Tetconics, Geologic Evolution, and Ore Deposits: symposium in honor of William R. Dickinson, Tucson, AZ

Jordan, T. E., Nester P. L., and Hoke G. D., 2007 (invited presentation), Surface uplift of the Central Andes: A view from the west, Circum Pacific Tetconics, Geologic Evolution, and Ore Deposits: symposium in honor of William R. Dickinson, Tucson, AZ

Hoke, G. D., Isacks, B. L. and Jordan T. E., 2006, Long-term erosion rates derived from reconstruction of a 10 Ma depositional surface, northern Chile, 2006 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Philidelphia, PA

Nester, P. L., Jordan, T. E., Tomlinson, A. J. and Hoke, G. D., 2006, Evidence for late Miocene uplift by long-wavelength rotation of the western flank of the cenral Andes 20¡30’ – 21¡30’ S, Chile (poster presentation), Backbone of the Americas (Geological Society or America), Mendoza Argentina (April 2006)

Hoke, G.D., Isacks, B. L., Jordan T. E. and Blanco Pavez, N., 2005, Geomorphic evidence for post-10 Ma uplift of the western flank of the central Andes 18¡30'-22¡S (oral presentation), 2005 Geological Society of America Annual meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.


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