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Carbonate systems: records and responses to global change (sponsored by IAS and SEPM)PICO Session
Convener: Stephen Lokier 
Co-Conveners: Kyle Morgan , Chris Perry 
Session details
 / Fri, 22 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / PICO spot 3
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Friday, 22 Apr 2016
PICO spot 3
Chairperson: Stephen Lokier
10:30–10:40 PICO3.1
Exploring the hidden shallows: extensive reef development and resilience within the turbid nearshore Great Barrier Reef
Kyle Morgan, Chris Perry, Scott Smithers, Jamie Johnson, and James Daniell
10:40–10:42 PICO3.2
Coastal evolution and facies successions in a subtropical arid carbonate environment – Initial results from the sabkha of Al-Zareq, Gulf of Salwa (Qatar) (withdrawn)
Max Engel, Kim T. Peis, Christian J. Strohmenger, Anna Pint, John M. Rivers, Dominik Brill, and Helmut Brückner
10:42–10:44 PICO3.3
Reef productivity and preservation during the Late Neogene
Laurent Husson, Anne-Morwenn Pastier, Anais Schmitt, Anta-Clarisse Sarr, Mary Elliot, Kevin Pedoja, and Antoine Bezos
10:44–10:46 PICO3.4
A new sediment core from the early Aptian OAE1a: the Cau section (Prebetic Zone, Spain)
Pedro Alejandro Ruiz-Ortiz, José Manuel Castro, Ginés A. de Gea, Ian Jarvis, Hannes Loeser, José Miguel Molina, Luis Miguel Nieto, Richard Pancost, María Luisa Quijano, Matías Reolid, Peter Skelton, and Helmut Weissert
10:46–10:48 PICO3.5
Performance of portable XRF and micro-XRF on carbonates
Niels de Winter, Matthias Sinnesael, Christina Makarona, and Philippe Claeys
10:48–10:50 PICO3.6
Testing new approaches to carbonate system simulation at the reef scale: the ReefSam model first results, application to a question in reef morphology and future challenges.
Samuel Barrett and Jody Webster
10:50–10:52 PICO3.7
Coral reef ecosystem decline: changing dynamics of coral reef carbonate production and implications for reef growth potential
Chris Perry
10:52–10:54 PICO3.8
Mangroves and Sediments – It’s not all about mud!
Stephen Lokier, Andreas Paul, and Flavia Fiorini
10:54–10:56 PICO3.9
Studying the Permian cross-section (Volga region) using chemical and isotopic investigations
Bulat Gareev, Batalin Georgii, Danis Nurgaliev, and Nuriya Nurgalieva
10:56–10:58 PICO3.10
Stratigraphy of divers pleistocene dunefields of carbonate sands on Fuerteventura (Spain)
Christopher-B. Roettig, Thomas Kolb, Daniel Wolf, Philipp Baumgart, Christiane Richter, Ludwig Zöller, and Dominik Faust
10:58–11:00 PICO3.11
Architecture and morphology of coral reef sequences. Modeling and observations from uplifting islands of SE Sulawesi, Indonesia
Anne-Morwenn Pastier, Laurent Husson, Antoine Bezos, Kevin Pedoja, Mary Elliot, Abdul Hafidz, Muhammad Imran, Pascal Lacroix, and Xavier Robert
11:00–11:02 PICO3.12
Brackish to hypersaline lake dolostones of the Mississippian
Carys Bennett, Timothy Kearsey, Sarah Davies, David Millward, and John Marshall
11:02–11:04 PICO3.13
Island evolutionary stage a stronger short-term driver of island instability than sea-level on Maldivian reef rim islands (withdrawn)
Kyle Morgan and Chris Perry
11:04–11:06 PICO3.14
New insights into Gondwana paleography based on palinological data from Morro do Chaves Formation (Sergipe-Alagoas Basin, Brazil)
Gustavo Gonçalves Garcia, Antônio Jorge Vasconcellos Garcia, and Maria Helena Henriques
11:06–11:08 PICO3.15
The role of coral reef rugosity in dissipating wave energy and coastal protection
Daniel Harris, Alessio Rovere, Valeriano Parravicini, and Elisa Casella
11:08–11:10 PICO3.16
Seismic interpretation of the sedimentation systems, structural geology and stratigraphic of the Chicxulub crater, carbonate platform of Yucatan, Mexico.
Canales-Garcia Iza, Urrutia-Fucugauchi Jaime, Aguayo-Camargo Joaquin Eduardo, and Alatorre-Mendieta Miguel Angel
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