Poster Programme SSP2

Phanerozoic climate signatures in continental and marine records: biosphere - geosphere interactions and orbital forcing (co-sponsored by IAS)
Conveners: H.A. Abels  and Casellato 
Co-Conveners: J. O. Herrle , H. Weissert , Garces , and I. Cojan 
Session DetailsOral Programme

Attendance Time: Monday, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
A384
EGU2009-1301
Assessing the salinity effect on planktonic foraminiferal Mg/Ca: Evidence from Aegean Sea core-top samples (Eastern Mediterranean).
G. Kontakiotis, A. Antonarakou, P. G. Mortyn, M. V. Triantaphyllou, M. À. Martínez-Botí, and M.D. Dermitzakis

A385
EGU2009-1445
Glacial to Holocene climate changes in Easter Island (SE Pacific, 27
A. Sáez, S. Giralt, B.L. Valero-Garcés, A. Moreno, R. Bao, J.J. Pueyo, and A. Hernández

A386 EGU2009-2059
Climate, water and CO2: Phanerozoic isotope record (withdrawn)
J. Veizer

A387
EGU2009-4103
Sodium storage in deep paleoweathering profiles beneath the Paleozoic-Triassic unconformity
M. THIRY, D. PARCERISA, C. RICORDEL-PROGNON, and J.-M. SCHMITT

A388
EGU2009-4574
Reworked planktonic Foraminifera from the Late Rupelian of the southern Upper Rhine Graben and their palaeogeographic and biostratigraphic implications
C. Pirkenseer, S. Spezzaferri, and J.-P. Berger

A389
EGU2009-5483
Sea surface temperature development during the Early Aptian Oceanic Anoxic Event 1a at ODP Site 641C Galicia Margin, tropical Atlantic
L. Handley, H.M. Talbot, P. Hofmann, and T. Wagner

A390
EGU2009-7370
Unraveling fan-climate relationships: Milankovitch cyclicity in a Miocene alluvial fan (Teruel Basin, Spain)
D. Ventra, H.A. Abels, F.J. Hilgen, and P.L. De Boer

A391
EGU2009-9411
Terrestrial input into the upper Cretaceous western tropical Atlantic as traced by biomarker and maceral analyses
B. Beckmann, D. Birgel, J. Erbacher, and A. Lückge

A392
EGU2009-9864
Tibetan uplift prior to the Eocene-Oligocene transition, insight from chronostratigraphic and palynologic analyses
J. Straathof, H.A. Abels, G. Dupont-Nivet, C. Hoorn, and W. Krijgsman

A393
EGU2009-10231
The Early Aptian C-cycle perturbation leading to Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE) 1a
C.E. Keller, S. Méhay, M. Giorgioni, T.I. Garcia, S.M. Bernasconi, P.A. Hochuli, E. Erba, C. Bottini, and H. Weissert

A394
EGU2009-10420
The oceanic carbon cycle implicated in the d13Ccarb and the d13Corg variations from the terminal Ediacaran to the Early Cambrian
T. Ishikawa, Y. Ueno, T. Komiya, D. Shu, Y. Li, N. Yoshida, and S. Maruyama