Oral Programme BG5.2

BG5.2

Natural and anthropogenic environmental change as evidenced in high-resolution continental archives (including Outstanding Young Scientist Lecture)
Convener: Lotter 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 23 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / 13:30–17:00  / Room 22
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 23 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Poster Area BG

Thursday, 23 Apr 2009
Room 22
Chairperson: A.F. Lotter
10:30–11:00
EGU2009-2389
Branched tetraether membrane lipids: A versatile group of molecular fossils as testimony of past climate change (Outstanding Young Scientist Lecture) (solicited)
J.W.H. Weijers
11:00–11:15
EGU2009-7415
Annually resolved multi-proxy reconstruction of the end of the Piànico interglacial about 390 ka ago
C. Mangili, A. Brauer, J.M. Delgado, P. Dulski, A. Moscariello, and B. Plessen
11:15–11:30
EGU2009-4018
Vegetation setbacks within the Holsteinian interglacial (MIS 11) as recorded in an annually-laminated core from Dethlingen, Northern Germany
A. Koutsodendris, U.C. Müller, A. Brauer, and J. Pross
11:30–11:45
EGU2009-594
Climate dynamics from 17 to 7 kyr BP deduced from a new pollen record from Tenaghi Philippon in comparison with marine palynological data from the northern Aegean Sea
U. Kotthoff, J. Pross, U.C. Müller, I. Dormoy, O. Peyron, A. Bordon, and G. Schmiedl
11:45–12:00
EGU2009-6726
A paleoclimate record with tephrochronological age control for the last climatic cycle from Lake Ohrid, Albania and Macedonia
H. Vogel, B. Wagner, G. Zanchetta, R. Sulpizio, M.J. Leng, and S. Schouten
LUNCH BREAK
13:30–13:45
EGU2009-8436
A multi-proxy record of Lateglacial climatic and environmental changes from Lake Mondsee (Upper Austria)
S. Lauterbach, A. Brauer, P. Dulski, G. Schettler, K. Milecka, M. Hüls, N. Andersen, T. Namiotko, D. L. Danielopol, and U. von Grafenstein and the DecLakes Members
13:45–14:00
EGU2009-5389
Testing the apatite depletion hypothesis for early Holocene ecosystem acidification using the lake sediment record at Kråkenes, Norway.
I.M. Thrasher, J.F. Boyle, R.C. Chiverrell, and A.J. Plater
14:00–14:15
EGU2009-10851
Does sediment geochemistry (based on selective extractions of Al and Fe and REE) provide a record of soil evolution?
B. Mourier, J. Poulenard, O. Blarquez, D. Williamson, F. Arnaud, and C. Carcaillet
14:15–14:30
EGU2009-10471
Holocene Paleoenvironmental reconstruction from laminated sediments of the high-alpine lake Anterne (Lake Anterne, 2063 m asl, NW French Alps)
C. Giguet-Covex, F. Arnaud, D. Enters, J. Poulenard, J-R. Disnar, F. David, C. Delhon, and J-J. Delannoy
14:30–14:45
EGU2009-3087
High resolution record of millet cultivation during the Bronze Age around Lake le Bourget (French Alps). Is there any climatic control?
J. JACOB, J.R. DISNAR, F. ARNAUD, Y. BILLAUD, E. CHAPRON, M.-A. SICRE, and R. BOSCARDIN
14:45–15:00
EGU2009-2004
Cold-season climate change versus anthropogenic nutrient input: signals preserved in chrysophyte stomatocyst assemblages from annually laminated sediments (AD 1940 – 2004) of high-Alpine Lake Silvaplana (Switzerland)
E Baumann, C Kamenik, R de Jong, and M Grosjean
COFFEE BREAK
15:30–15:45
EGU2009-10970
Linkage between instrumental, documentary and dendrochronological data in the last millennium for long-time climate and flood dynamic reconstructions
J. Schoenbein, A. Land, R. Glaser, M. Friedrich, D. Riemann, and M. Kueppers
15:45–16:00
EGU2009-9616
A multiproxy study of Holocene water-depth and environmental changes in Lake St Ana, Eastern Carpathian Mountains, Romania
E. K. Magyari, K. Buczkó, M. Braun, and G. Jakab
16:00–16:15
EGU2009-2428
The impact of ancient mining on the environment of Schwaz (Tirol) evidenced by a multi-proxy analysis
E. Breitenlechner, M. Hilber, J. Lutz, Y. Kathrein, A. Unterkircher, and K. Oeggl
16:15–16:30
EGU2009-12056
A novel firn/ice-core melter system for semi-continuous extraction of PAHs and continuous ICP-QMS trace element analysis
J. Gabrieli, P. Vallelonga, W. Cairn, G. Cozzi, F. Decet, M. Schwikowski, M. Sigl, C. Boutron, and C. Barbante
16:30–16:45
EGU2009-10612
The 3000-4000 cal. BP anthropogenic shift in fire regime in the French Pyrenees.
D. Rius, B. Vannière, D. Galop, and H. Richard
16:45–17:00
EGU2009-3306
The "Crystal Eye of Nunavik" (Pingualuit): New insights from one of the deepest crater lakes and one of the oldest sediment records of the Northern Hemisphere
R. Pienitz and the