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### Open Access Journals

JMD

We construct explicit closed $\mathrm{GL}(2; \mathbb{R})$-invariant
loci in strata of meromorphic quadratic differentials of arbitrarily large dimension with fully degenerate Lyapunov spectrum. This answers
a question of Forni-Matheus-Zorich.

JMD

We study infinite translation surfaces which are $\ZZ$-covers of finite
square-tiled surfaces obtained by a certain

*two-slit cut and paste construction*. We show that if the finite translation surface has a one-cylinder decomposition in some direction, then the Veech group of the infinite translation surface is either a lattice or an infinitely generated group of the first kind. The square-tiled surfaces of genus two with one zero provide examples for finite translation surfaces that fulfill the prerequisites of the theorem.
DCDS

For the 'infinite
staircase' square tiled surface we classify the Radon invariant
measures for the
straight line flow, obtaining an analogue of the celebrated Veech
dichotomy for an infinite genus lattice surface.
The ergodic Radon measures arise from Lebesgue measure on a one parameter family of deformations of the surface.
The staircase is a $\mathbb{Z}$-cover of the torus,
reducing the question to the well-studied cylinder map.

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