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Posters SSP4.10

SSP4.10

Benthic foraminifera as proxies to understand modern and ancient environments
Convener: Flavia Fiorini  | Co-Conveners: Patrick Grunert , Antonino Briguglio , Michael Kaminski , Fabrizio Frontalini 
Orals
 / Thu, 27 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room 1.85
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Hall X2

Attendance Time: Thursday, 27 April 2017, 13:30–15:00
Hall X2
Chairperson: Flavia Fiorini, Patrick
X2.41
EGU2017-814
Reconstruction of Paleoceanographic Conditions in the Rio Grande Rise Area, western South Atlantic: Evidence from Benthic Foraminiferal Data
Liubov Kuleshova and Ekaterina Ovsepyan

X2.42
EGU2017-840
Benthic Foraminiferal Distribution in the Baltic Sea as Indicator of the North Atlantic Water Inflow
Ekaterina Ponomarenko and Viktor Krechik

X2.43
EGU2017-1539
Benthic foraminiferal fauna as a tool to indicate the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event in homogeneous Ammonitico Rosso series of Bakonycsernye (Transdanubian Hungary)
Gábor Zsiborás and Ágnes Görög

X2.44
EGU2017-1980
Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the Oligocene-Miocene deposits of the Tethyan Seaway, Qom Formation, Central Iran
Fatemeh dabaghi sadr and Gerhard Schmiedl

X2.45
EGU2017-3240
The Response of Living Benthic Foraminifera at an Organically Polluted Locality in Eastern Bahrain
Muhammad Arslan, Michael Kaminski, and Fabrizio Frontalini

X2.46
EGU2017-3604
Environmental factors controlling benthic foraminiferal distribution in Hurghada area, Red Sea coast, Egypt
Ramadan Mounir El-Kahawy and Mohamed Abd El-Wahab

X2.47
EGU2017-8066
Metals anomalies in foraminiferal shells as indicators for industrial pollution: a case study from the Mediterranean coast of Israel
Danna Titelboim, Aleksey Sadekov, Ahuva Almogi-Labin, Barak Herut, Michal Kucera, and Sigal Abramovich

X2.48
EGU2017-8516
Foraminiferal indicators of high OC content in marine sediments; a question of OC source?
Elena Lo Giudice Cappelli, William Austin, Laura Smith, Hannah Ward, Jess Clarke, Jade Green, and Craig Smeaton

X2.49
EGU2017-11996
Porosity and test ultrastructure of costate and non-costate Bulimina species
Patrick Grunert and Werner E. Piller

X2.50
EGU2017-12449
An attempt to reconstruct phylogenetic relationships within Caribbean nummulitids: simulating relationships and tracing character evolution
Wolfgang Eder, Ana Ives Torres-Silva, and Johann Hohenegger

X2.51
EGU2017-12709
Operculina from the northwestern Pacific (Sesoko Island, Japan) Species Differentiation, Population Dynamics, Growth and Development
Julia Woeger, Wolfgang Eder, Shunichi Kinoshita, Antonino Briguglio, and Johann Hohenegger

X2.52
EGU2017-10581
Growth, chamber building rate and reproduction time of Palaeonummulites venosus under natural conditions.
Shunichi Kinoshita, Wolfgang Eder, Julia Wöger, Johann Hohenegger, and Antonino Briguglio

X2.53
EGU2017-3263
The paleogeographic evolution of the orthophragminids of the Paleogene
Marcelle BouDagher-Fadel and G David Price

X2.54
EGU2017-6814
Recent benthic foraminifera assemblages from mangrove swamp and channels of Abu Dhabi (UAE)
Flavia Fiorini, Stephen W. Lokier, Weaam A.S. Al Odeh, Andreas Paul, Jianfeng Song, Mark Freeman, and Françoise Michel

X2.55
EGU2017-12487
Living (Rose-Bengal-Stained) benthic foraminifera along the Kveithola Trough (NW Barents Sea), environmental implications
Anna Sabbatini, Caterina Morigi, Renata G. Lucchi, Cinzia de Vittor, and Matteo Bazzano and the scientific party of the CORIBAR project

X2.56
EGU2017-12538
The application of “natural” growth rates of Heterostegina depressa to infer timing of reproduction events
Wolfgang Eder, Woeger Julia, Shunichi Kinoshita, Johann Hohenegger, and Antonino Briguglio

X2.57
EGU2017-15345
The distribution and utility of sea-level indicators in Eurasian sub‑Arctic salt marshes (White Sea, Russia).
Daria Nikitina, Andrew Kemp, Benjamin Horton, Christopher Van, Marina Potapova, Stephen Culver, Tatyana Repkina, and David Hill

X2.58
EGU2017-17042
Differences and similarities of the Eocene to recent Sphaerogypsina tests collected from the Pannonian basin to the Adriatic Sea
Katica Drobne, Vlasta Ćosović, Janko Čretnik, Janez Turk, Antonino Briguglio, Fred Rögl, and Anton Praprotnik