Gianluca Ambrosini
Katharina Dubach
Benedikt Dürr
Stephan Frank
Hans Rudolf Graf
Lorenz Grämiger
Michel Henzen
Bettina Hübscher
Ulrich Jörin
Stephan Lehmann
Dominik Letsch
Federico Matousek
Sandro Müller
Wolfgang Müllner
Maïté Nietlispach
Angelika Nobbe
Lawrence Och
Beat Rick
Mireille Robin
Elke Schöffmann
Amelie Schweikert
Viktor Sieber
Karin Stöckli
Andrea Thielen
Martin Vogelhuber
Nina Volze
Markus von Moos
Stefan Wallier
Claudia Weber
Martin Wittlinger
Marina Wurst

Dominik Letsch

Letsch, D., Large, S.J.E., Bernasconi, S.M., Klug, C., Blattmann, T.M., Winkler, W., von Quadt, A. (2019): Northwest Africas Ediacaran to early Cambrian fossil record, its oldest metazoans and age constraints for the basal Taroudant Group (Morocco). Precambrian Research, 320: 438-453.

Letsch, D., 2019: On the pre-history of the turbidite concept: an Alpine perspective on occasion of the 70th anniversary of Kuenens landmark talk. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, im Druck

Letsch, D., 2018: Catastrophic lake level drop due to moraine dam failure: did it happen to Lake Zurich in the late Pleistocene? Swiss Bulletin for Applied Geology, 23/1: 109-118.

Blattmann, T., Letsch, D., Eglinton, T. (2018): On the geological and scientific legacy of petrogenic organic carbon. American Journal of Science, 318: 861-881.

Letsch, D., 2018: Diamictites and soft-sediment deformation related to the Ries (ca. 14.9 Ma) meteorite impact: the Blockhorizont of Bernhardzell (Eastern Switzerland). International Journal of Earth Sciences, 107: 1379-1380.

Kornprobst, J., Abalos, B., Barbey, P., Boullier, A., Burg, J., Capdevila, R., Claesson, S., Cordani, U., Corrigan, D., Gabrielsen, R., Gil-Ibarguchi, J., Johansson, A., Letsch, D. Le Vigouroux, P., Upton, B. (2018): Boris Choubert: unrecognized visionary geologist, pioneer of the global tectonics. Bulletin de la Societe geologique de France, 189/7: 1-15.

Letsch, D., Large, S.J.E., Buechi, M.W., Winkler, W., von Quadt, A. (2018): Ediacaran glaciations of the West African Craton – evidence from Morocco. Precambrian Research, 310: 17-38.

Letsch, D., El Houicha, M., von Quadt, A., Winkler, W. (2018): A missing link in the Peri-Gondwanan terrane collage: the Precambrian basement of the Moroccan Meseta and its lower Paleozoic cover. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 55: 33-51.

Letsch, D., Kiefer, L. (2017): A marine pebbly mudstone from the Swiss Alps: palaeotectonic implications and some consequences for the interpretation of Precambrian diamictites. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 110: 753-776.

Letsch, D., (2017): A pioneer of Precambrian geology: Boris Chouberts fit of the continents across the Atlantic (1935) and his insights into the Proterozoic tectonic structure of the West African Craton and adjacent areas. Precambrian Research, 294: 230-243.

Letsch, D., (2017): The Isentobel in Central Switzerland: remnants of the Penninic ocean and a source of inspiration for Gustav Steinmanns idea of young ophiolites. International Journal of Earth Sciences 106: 1693-1694.

Letsch, D., Wüthrich, L. (2016): Ein sedimentärer Dyke in eiszeitlichen Sedimenten in der Stadt Zürich: ein instruktives Beispiel eines wenig beachteten Phänomens der Quartärgeologie. Swiss Bulletin für angewandte Geologie, 21/2: 3-15.

Letsch, D., (2016): Swiss contributions to mid-nineteenth century tectonic research: a step backwards or the prologue to the nappe tectonics revolution? Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 442: 105-116.

Letsch, D., (2015): R.A. Dalys early model of seafloor generation 40 years before the Vine-Matthews hypothesis: an outstanding theoretical achievement inspired by field work on St. Helena in 1921-1922. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 52: 893-902.

Pavoni, N., Schindler, C., Freimoser, M., Haldimann, P., Letsch, D., (2015): Erläuterungen des geologischen Atlas der Schweiz: Blatt 1091 Zürich. Bundesamt für Landestopografie.

Letsch, D., Winkler, W., von Quadt, A., Gallhofer, D. (2015): The volcano-sedimentary evolution of a post-Variscan intramontane basin in the Swiss Alps (Glarus Verrucano) as revealed by zircon U-Pb age dating and Hf isotope geochemistry. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 104: 123-145.

Letsch, D., (2014): Fluvial, glacial, or tectonic origin of Lake Zurich – changing views during the last 200 years: a historical sketch and some conclusions for modern discussions. Swiss Bulletin for Applied Geology, 19/1: 53-71.

Letsch, D., (2014): The distinction between carbonate cement and internal sediment in Quaternary gravels: a combined field, petrographic, and stable isotope study from Northern Switzerland. Earth Science Research, 3/1: 56-71.

Letsch, D., (2014): The Glarus Double Fold: a serious scientific advance in mid 19th century Swiss Alpine Geology. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 107: 49-64.

Letsch, D., (2013): The geometry of continental displacement and its application to Arctic geology: Eugen Wegmann’s early approaches published in the Geologische Rundschau in 1943. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 102: 1171-1180.

Letsch, D., (2012): Deutungsversuch einer komplexen eisrandnahen Talfüllung: die Wulp-Schotter und ihr glaziales Umfeld. Swiss Bulletin für angewandte Geologie, 17/1: 61-76.

Letsch, D., (2012): Isotopengeologische Untersuchungen in der Äusseren Einsiedler Schuppenzone (Steinbach, SZ). Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich, 157(1/2): 33-43.

Letsch, D., (2011): Arnold Eschers Sicht der Glarner Überschiebung. Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich, 156 (1/2): 29-38.

Letsch, D., (2007): Unsere wandernden Kontinente – die geotektonischen Ideen des Zürcher Naturforschers Heinrich Wettstein (1831-1895). Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich, 152(4): 111-117.

Letsch, D., (2006): Die Wulp-Schotter im Küsnachter Tobel. Vierteljahrsschrift der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Zürich, 151(3): 67-72.

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