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Posters SSP2.3

SSP2.3

Late Paleozoic to Mesozoic stratigraphy, paleoceanography and paleoclimate (sponsored by IAS)
Convener: Jochen Erbacher  | Co-Conveners: Ulrich Heimhofer , Jens Herrle , Stephane Bodin , Micha Horacek , Rainer Brandner 
Orals
 / Tue, 29 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room B13
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 29 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 29 April 2014, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Ulrich Heimhofer & Jochen Erbacher
B445
EGU2014-171
Reconstructing the carbonate compensation depth from 0 to 100 Ma using ocean ion concentrations and bathymetry models
Joel Davis and Carolina Lithgow-Bertelloni

B446
EGU2014-1398
Palynology of Sub-Saharan Karoo Basins: Key to Early Mesozoic palaeoclimate reconstruction
Annette E. Götz

B447
EGU2014-1567
Ocean current intensification during the Cenomanian-Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE2) in the pelagic northern Helvetic Seewen Formation
Stephan Wohlwend and Helmut Weissert

B448
EGU2014-3372
Upper Cretaceous Foraminiferal, Radiolarian and Nannoplankton Zonal Scheme (Eastern Europe)
Valentina Vishnevskaya, Vladimir Beniamovsky, Ludmila Kopaevich, and Maria Ovechkina

B449
EGU2014-3612
Carbon Isotope Stratigraphy of the Triassic-Jurassic Boundary, Northern Calcareous Alps, Southern Bavaria.
Vincent P. C. Blom, Anthony R. Prave, and Timothy D. Raub

B450
EGU2014-3853
Increased hurricane activity during the Early Toarcian extreme warmth
Stephane Bodin, Francois-Nicolas Krencker, Guillaume Suan, Ulrich Heimhofer, and Adrian Immenhauser

B451
EGU2014-6781
Boreal organic-rich sediments of Oceanic Anoxic Event 2: dinoflagellate cysts, anoxia and an intensified hydrological cycle
Tom Young, Ian Jarvis, Paul Dodsworth, João Trabucho-Alexandre, Bruce Tocher, and Martyn Waller

B452
EGU2014-7217
The Eagle Ford Shale, Texas: an initial insight into Late Cretaceous organic-rich mudrock palaeoenvironments
Joline Forshaw, Ian Jarvis, João Trabucho-Alexandre, Bruce Tocher, and Martin Pearce

B453
EGU2014-7376
Stratigraphic assessment of the Santonian to Maastrichtian Postalm section (northwestern Tethyan realm, Austria)
Erik Wolfgring and Michael Wagreich

B454
EGU2014-9898
Integrated orbital time scale of the Valanginian-Hauterivian (Early Cretaceous): Chronological relationships between Paraná-Etendeka LIP, Weissert and Faraoni events
Mathieu Martinez, Jean-François Deconinck, Pierre Pellenard, Laurent Riquier, Miguel Company, Mathieu Moiroud, and Stéphane Reboulet

B455
EGU2014-12064
Community replacement instead of drowning: Evolution of proto-North Atlantic carbonate-platform production in the run-up to of the Early Aptian OAE1a
Stefan Huck, Melody Stein, Thierry Adatte, Karl B. Föllmi, Adrian Immenhauser, and Ulrich Heimhofer

B456
EGU2014-12654
Lateral variations in a tidally influenced Carnian to Early Norian transect in central Svalbard
Berit Husteli, Marit Ann Boxaspen, and Eirik Rosseland Knutsen

B457
EGU2014-14171
Climate change impacts on continental weathering through the Middle Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous of Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic
Jennifer Galloway, Stephen Grasby, Graeme Swindles, and Keith Dewing

B458
EGU2014-14785
Global Paleo-elevation predictions for Phanerozoic based on tectonics
Karin Warners-Ruckstuhl, Cees van Oosterhout, Cyril Hochard, and Christian Vérard

B459
EGU2014-2167
Morphological changes in the Jurassic and Cretaceous radiolarians (Nassellaria) at different stratigraphic levels
Valentina Vishnevskaya

B460
EGU2014-3236
Ca, Sr, Mo and U isotopes evidence ocean acidification and deoxygenation during the Late Permian mass extinction
Juan Carlos Silva-Tamayo, Jon Payne, Paul Wignall, Rob Newton, Anton Eisenhauer, Stenfan Weyer, Nadja Neubert, Kim Lau, Kate Maher, Adina Paytan, Dan Lehrmann, Demir Altiner, and Meiyi Yu

B461
EGU2014-5224
Cenomanian to Campanian sea-level history of the Tarfaya basin (SW Morocco): Evidence from high-resolution XRF scanner-derived elemental records and bulk carbonate stable isotopes
Mohamed Aquit, Wolfgang Kuhnt, Ann Holbourn, El Hassane Chellai, Jacqueline A. Lees, Oliver Kluth, Haddou Jabour, and Jean-Pierre Delaporte

B462
EGU2014-7454
New integrated stratigraphic data from Hungary and a global carbon isotope stack across the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary
Gregory Price, István Főzy, and József Pálfy

B463
EGU2014-11817
High Arctic paleoenvironmental and Paleoclimatic changes in the Mid-Cretaceous
Jens Herrle, Claudia Schröder-Adams, David Selby, Alice Du Vivier, Sascha Flögel, Alison McAnena, William Davis, Adam Pugh, Jennifer Galloway, Peter Hofmann, and Thomas Wagner

B464
EGU2014-15312
Late Permian Tsunamites in Guryul Ravine (Kashmir, India) - revisited and rejected
Leopold Krystyn, Micha Horacek, Rainer Brandner, and Suraj Parcha

B465
EGU2014-15752
A mechanism for brief glacial episodes in the Mesozoic greenhouse
Yannick Donnadieu, Gilles Dromart, Yves Goddéris, Emmanuelle Pucéat, Guillaume Dera, Nicolas Olivier, Benjamin Brigaud, and Christophe Dumas

B466
EGU2014-16259
Pronounced carbonate deposition in the Early Triassic Dienerian substage: Who was the carbonate producer?
Micha Horacek and Rainer Brandner

B467
EGU2014-16382
Is these a link between eustatic variations, platform drowning, oceanic anoxic events, and ammonite faunal turnovers ? Case study of the Aptian sediments along the northern Tethyan margin
Antoine Pictet, Karl Föllmi, and Jorge Spangenberg

B468
EGU2014-12537
High precision time calibration of the Permo-Triassic boundary mass extinction by U-Pb geochronology
Björn Baresel, Hugo Bucher, Morgane Brosse, and Urs Schaltegger

B469
EGU2014-12518
A multiproxy geochemical record of the early Aptian Selli event (OAE1a) from the platform carbonates of southern Italy
Maria Lechler, Hugh C. Jenkyns, Jeremy D. Owens, Philip A.E. Pogge von Strandmann, Timothy W. Lyons, Giacomo Prosser, and Mariano Parente

B470
EGU2014-2563
Warm mid-Cretaceous high-latitude sea-surface temperatures from the southern Tethys Ocean and cool high-latitude sea-surface temperatures from the Arctic Ocean: asymmetric worldwide distribution of dinoflagellates
Edwige Masure, Delphine Desmares, and Bruno Vrielynck