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Posters SSP4.3

SSP4.3

Integration of geological and biological processes using fossils to understand the evolution of terrestrial and marine ecosystems
Convener: Daniele Scarponi  | Co-Conveners: Wolfram Michael Kürschner , Martin Zuschin , Luke Mander , Adam Tomasovych , Benjamin Sames , Stefano Dominici 
Orals
 / Mon, 24 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room 1.85
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 24 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Hall X2

Attendance Time: Monday, 24 April 2017, 15:30–17:00
Hall X2
Chairperson: Daniele Scarponi
X2.36
EGU2017-2209
Terrestrial spore-pollen record across the Cenomanian-Turonian hothouse episode
Ulrich Heimhofer, Nina Wucherpfennig, Thierry Adatte, Stefan Schouten, and Ariane Kujau

X2.37
EGU2017-19021
Is lamination in inoceramid shells as a result of paleoenvironment changes in the Late Cretaceous? Study case from the Skole Unit (Eastern Carpathians, Poland).
Adam Wierzbicki and Mariusz Kędzierski

X2.38
EGU2017-15264
Recent advances on the knowledge of the Eocene primates from the Pyrenean Basins (NE Spain)
Raef Minwer-Barakat, Judit Marigó, Joan Femenias-Gual, and Salvador Moyà-Solà

X2.39
EGU2017-4564
Lake sedimentological and plant ecological development across the Early Danian hyperthermal, Boltysh Impact Crater, Ukraine
Alena Ebinghaus, David Jolley, Steven Andrews, and David Kemp

X2.40
EGU2017-3928
Taxonomic and numerical sufficiency in depth- and salinity-controlled marine paleocommunities
Martin Zuschin, Rafal Nawrot, Mathias Harzhauser, Oleg Mandic, and Adam Tomašových

X2.41
EGU2017-6159
The Oligocene flora from the Uricani coalfield, Petrosani Basin, Romania
Roxana Pirnea and Mihai E. Popa

X2.42
EGU2017-7688
Reinvestigating an interval of the English Wealden (non-marine Lower Cretaceous): Integrated analysis for palaeoenvironmental and climate cyclicities
Benjamin Sames

X2.43
EGU2017-13195
Analyzing shell size variability in the opportunistic bivalve Corbula gibba: comparing Recent and fossil data
Adam Tomášových, Tomáš Fuksi, and Martin Zuschin

X2.44
EGU2017-14983
Climate variations in the late Miocene – early Pliocene in the Black Sea region (Taman peninsula) inferred from palynological analyses.
Ekaterina Grundan, Wolfram Kürschner, and Wout Krijgsman

X2.45
EGU2017-19478
Anatomy of biocalcarenitic units in the Plio-Pleistocene record of the Northern Apennines (Italy)
Simone Cau, Marco Roveri, and Marco Taviani

X2.46
EGU2017-16739
Paleocommunity turnover in an Early Pliocene seamount from southeastern Spain
Diego Antonio García-Ramos and Martin Zuschin

X2.47
EGU2017-7233
Parasites and Holocene sea-level rise: Recurrent upsurges in trematode infestation linked to repeated flooding events in the Adriatic Sea
Daniele Scarponi, Michele Azzarone, Michał Kowalewski, and John Warren Huntley

X2.48
EGU2017-11667
Stratigraphic palaeobiology around the Pliocene-Pleistocene boundary at Altavilla Milicia (Sicily, Italy)
Stefano Dominici, Marco Benvenuti, Vittorio Garilli, Alfred Uchman, and Francesco Pollina

X2.49
EGU2017-449
Systematic vertical and lateral changes in quality and time resolution of the macrofossil record: insights from Holocene transgressive deposits, Po coastal plain, Italy
Michele Azzarone, Daniele Scarponi, Kristopher Kusnerik, Alessandro Amorosi, Kevin M. Bohacs, Tina M. Drexler, and Michał Kowalewski

X2.50 EGU2017-18216
Onset of grasslands in the Amazon drainage basin: Evidence from the marine record (Brazilian Equatorial Margin) (withdrawn)
Carina Hoorn, Giovanni Bogota-Angel, Millerlandy Romero-Baez, Emmy Lammertsma, Suzette Flantua, Elton Dantas, Rodolfo Dino, Dermeval do Carmo, and Farid Chemale Jr.

X2.51
EGU2017-13679
Was the Mediterranean Sea during the Calabrian (Early Pleistocene) a low seasonality environment?
Gotje von Leesen, Lars Beierlein, Daniele Scarponi, Bernd R Schöne, and Thomas Brey

X2.52
EGU2017-14569
Preliminary study on the L ate Cretaceous ostracods from continental scientific drilling SK1 in the Songliao Basin, NE China
Dangpeng Xi, Haiying Qu, Zhongye Shi, and Xiaoqiao Wan

X2.53
EGU2017-16703
Marine ostracod turnover tracks orbitally forced palaeoenvironmental changes at the Lower-Middle Pleistocene transition: the case study of the Valle di Manche section (Calabria, southern Italy)
Veronica Rossi, Daniele Scarponi, Luca Capraro, Patrizia Ferretti, and Patrizia Macrì