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Poster Programme SSP3.1

SSP3.1

Sedimentary and early diagenetic processes in modern and ancient carbonate systems (sponsored by IAS)
Convener: Stephen Lokier 
Oral Programme
 / Fri, 08 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / Room 41
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Fri, 08 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Display Fri, 08 Apr, 08:00–17:00  / Hall A

Display time: Friday, 08 Apr 08:00–17:00
Attendance Time: Friday, 08 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Stephen Lokier and Thomas Steuber
A409
EGU2011-2437 | presentation | presentation
Transition between the massive reef - backreef and cyclic lagoon facies of the Dachstein Limestone in the southern part of the Dachstein Plateau, Northern Calcareous Alps, Upper Austria
Janos Haas, Olga Piros, Tamás Budai, Ágnes Görög, Gerhard Mandl, and Harold Lobitzer

A410
EGU2011-3497
Granulometry and geochemistry of micritic carbonates along a Carboniferous and a Jurassic platform to basin transects
Mélanie Turpin, Thomas Rinder, Martin Dietzel, Juan R. Bahamonde, and Adrian Immenhauser

A411
EGU2011-4403
Temporal evolution of Recent shallow-marine sedimentary facies belts, offshore Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Stephen Lokier, Flavia Fiorini, and Yunlong Zhao

A412
EGU2011-6945
Late Carboniferous cyclic carbonate platform deposits from the Franklinan Shelf: from Svalbard to the Sverdrup Basin
Christian Scheibner, Dierk Blomeier, and Holger Forke

A413
EGU2011-4415
Stable isotope sclerochronology of Pleistocene shells of Tridacna from Abu Dhabi (UAE)
Ayesha Eid Al-Suwaidi, Stephen Lokier, and Thomas Steuber

A414
EGU2011-10980
The Trogkofel Limestone (Lower Permian, Carnic Alps): a shallowing-upward succession of a carbonate platform margin
Maria Schaffhauser, Karl Krainer, and Diethard Sanders

A415
EGU2011-11604
Geometry and facies distribution of a biocalcarenitic wedge; Favignana Island, Sicily, Italy
Arnoud Slootman, Robert A. Kil, Jort G. Koopmans, Joris T. Eggenhuisen, Poppe L. de Boer, and Andrea Moscariello

A416
EGU2011-11956 | presentation | presentation
Sedimentological analysis of large-scale cross-beds from the Burdigalian mixed carbonate-siliciclastic succession of the Bonifacio Basin (South Corsica)
Valentina Rossi, Fabrizio Berra, Alessandro Lanfranchi, Flavio Jadoul, and Cristiana Panzeri