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Posters SSP4.6

SSP4.6

Evaluating historical changes in past ecosystems with conservation paleobiology, stratigraphic palaeobiology and biomineralization (sponsored by PalAss)
Convener: James Nebelsick  | Co-Conveners: Martin Zuschin , Fiona Gill , Liz Harper , Clemens Vinzenz Ullmann 
Orals
 / Mon, 18 Apr, 08:30–12:15  / Room L6
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 18 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1

Attendance Time: Monday, 18 April 2016, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
Chairperson: Nebelsick
X1.214
EGU2016-16044
Calcareous nannofossils of the Toarcian-Aalenian transition in the São Gião section (Lusitanian Basin, Portugal): preliminary results
André Cortesão and Maria Helena Henriques

X1.215
EGU2016-1897
Growth rate effects on Mg/Ca and Sr/Ca ratios constrained by belemnite calcite
Clemens Vinzenz Ullmann

X1.216
EGU2016-6721
Regional-scale variation in size and abundance of the bivalve Varicorbula (Middle Miocene, Central Paratethys)
Tomáš Fuksi, Adam Tomašových, and Luboš Rušin

X1.217
EGU2016-5016
Palaeocommunities, diversity and sea-level change from middle Eocene shell beds of the Paris Basin
Stefano Dominici and Martin Zuschin

X1.218
EGU2016-3582
Analysis of naticid gastropod predation across the trans-Arctic invasion in the Tjörnes beds, Iceland, and the Red Crag Formation, East Anglia, England
Samuel H. Neely and Patricia H. Kelley

X1.219
EGU2016-7366
Drilling predation on molluscs in the northern Adriatic Sea: Spatial variability and temporal trends over the last millennia
Markus Dengg, Sandra Wurzer, Ivo Gallmetzer, Alexandra Haselmair, and Martin Zuschin

X1.220
EGU2016-7218 | presentation
Down-core changes in molluscan death assemblages at Panzano Bay, an impacted area in the northern Adriatic Sea
Alexandra Haselmair, Ivo Gallmetzer, Michael Stachowitsch, Adam Tomasovych, and Martin Zuschin

X1.221
EGU2016-6871
Intensities of drilling predation of molluscan assemblages in intertidal and subtidal soft substrates in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf
Sabine M. Handler, Paolo G. Albano, Rudolf Bentlage, Hannah Drummond, Diego A. García-Ramos, and Martin Zuschin

X1.222
EGU2016-5445
Cephalopod associations and palaeoecology of the Cretaceous in the Alpstein, Switzerland
Amane Tajika and Christian Klug

X1.223 EGU2016-8964
Bivalve microstructural evolution: evidence from the fossil record (withdrawn)
Liz Harper

X1.224
EGU2016-10835
Quantifying component diversities along temporal and geographic gradients in Cenozoic circumalpine carbonates
James Nebelsick, Davide Bassi, Florian Nitsch, and Tobias Grun

X1.225
EGU2016-10307
Time averaging and stratigraphic disorder of molluscan assemblages in the Holocene sediments in the NE Adriatic (Piran)
Adam Tomasovych, Ivo Gallmetzer, Alexandra Haselmair, Darrell S. Kaufman, and Martin Zuschin

X1.226 EGU2016-14270
Stable isotopic signatures of hydrothermal vent mollusc shells (withdrawn)
Fiona Gill, Emma Stirk, Edine Pape, Crispin Little, and Robert Newton

X1.227
EGU2016-7993
Fidelity of rocky intertidal mollusks in subtidal death assemblages to their counterpart life assemblages: a case study in San Salvador Island, Bahamas.
Diego A. García-Ramos

X1.228
EGU2016-13129
Middle Miocene coralline algal facies from the NW Transylvanian Basin (Romania)
Ramona Chelaru, Ioan I. Bucur, Emanoil Săsăran, Ramona Bălc, and Tudor Tămaș

X1.229
EGU2016-11263
A 3D photogrammetric reconstruction attempt of specimens of Badenian echinoids
Bálint Polonkai, Andrea Raveloson, Ágnes Görög, Emese Bodor, and Balázs Székely

X1.230
EGU2016-14769
Study on Pleistocene Fossil Cats (Carnivora, Felidae) From a Limestone Cave in Kenting, Southern Taiwan, East Asia
Yi Gan, Chun-Hsiang Chang, and Ming-Chee Wu

X1.231
EGU2016-14893
Microstructural changes reflect the degree of diagenetic alteration in biogenic carbonates
Laura A. Casella, Erika Griesshaber, Rolf Neuser, Kevin Stevens, Anne-Christine Ritter, Jörg Mutterlose, Uwe Brand, Adrian Immenhauser, and Wolfgang W. Schmahl

X1.232
EGU2016-15564
Taphonomy of deciduous leaves and changes in the d13C signal after deposition in fresh water settings
Simon Reimann, Anita Roth-Nebelsick, James Nebelsick, and Michaela Grein

X1.233
EGU2016-16090
A combinatorial morphospace for angiosperm pollen
Luke Mander

X1.234
EGU2016-10419
Ability of surface and subsurface death assemblages to track km-scale spatial and decade-scale temporal variability in living communities: Tests using the urban southern California continental shelf
Susan M. Kidwell and Adam Tomasovych

X1.235
EGU2016-2034
Early diagenetic high-magnesium calcite and dolomite indicate that coal balls formed in marine or brackish water: Stratigraphic and paleoclimatic implications
Anne Raymond

X1.236
EGU2016-10816
Diversity and taphonomic gradients from shoreface to deep water: Case studies based on sea urchin assemblages from the Miocene of Sardinia
James Nebelsick and Andrea Mancosu

X1.237
EGU2016-8038
A functional collapse of persistent shell-gravel benthic ecosystem on the California shelf within the last century
Adam Tomasovych and Susan M. Kidwell

X1.238
EGU2016-7595
Fidelity of life and death molluscan assemblages from carbonate tidal flats in the Persian (Arabian) Gulf
Diego A. García-Ramos, Paolo G. Albano, Mathias Harzhauser, Werner E. Piller, and Martin Zuschin

X1.239
EGU2016-14018
Skeletal growth phases of the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa shown by scanning electron microscope and electron backscatter diffraction
Vincent Mouchi, Pierre Vonlanthen, Eric P. Verrecchia, and Quentin G. Crowley

X1.240 EGU2016-539
A stable isotopic investigation of chemosymbiosis through geological time (withdrawn)
Edine Pape, Fiona L. Gill, Crispin T.S. Little, and Robert J. Newton

X1.241
EGU2016-5674
Bivalve shells as high resolution biomineral archives of early Pleistocene seasonality
Gaia Crippa, Lucia Angiolini, and Melanie Leng

X1.242
EGU2016-7380 | presentation
Changes in the northern Adriatic molluscan community from the Holocene transgression up to the present
Ivo Gallmetzer, Alexandra Haselmair, Adam Tomasovych, Michael Stachowitsch, and Martin Zuschin

X1.243
EGU2016-13765
Aragonite and the fossil record: are we overlooking something?
Uwe Balthasar