BG6.1Marine and Terrestrial proxies: development and reconstructions.
|Convener: Lennart de Nooijer | Co-Conveners: Kai G. Schulz , Daniela Schmidt , Darren R. Gröcke , André F. Lotter , Stuart Robinson , Jung-Hyun Kim|
Environmental archives in oceans and on continents record past changes in atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and anthroposphere on a range of temporal and spatial scales. Analysis of biotic and abiotic proxies in natural archives such as deep sea, lake and mire deposits allows the reconstruction of conditions, processes and mechanisms of environmental change on annual to millennial time-scales.
This session invites contributions that span the development and improvement of a wide ranges of (novel) proxies as well as those that present (multi-)proxy studies of past environmental change (climate, human impact, as well as biotic and abiotic system responses) as recorded in continental and or marine archives on annual, decadal, centennial and millennial time-scales.