PICOs

BG3.2 | PICO

Biological and ecological experimental studies in laboratory and nature, and their applications to the paleo- and future understanding of marine environments

In order to discuss Earth marine realms and answer questions about biotic evolution and ecosystem functioning in the Past, Present and Future, scientists try to take various laboratory- or natural-based experimental approaches. This includes experiments controlling environmental variables, experiments with stable or radioactive isotopic biomarkers, breeding experiments, genetic analyses (e.g. ancient DNA), or so-called natural laboratories (e.g. the Lessepsian invasion via the Suez Canal or natural CO2 vents functioning as ocean acidification analogues). Altogether, they unriddle faunal and ecosystem functional responses to changing connectivity patterns, habitat change or global change threats. These experimental approaches are effective to make clear how biotic evolution takes place in nature, how ecosystems also act as functional labs and how Earth systems have moved and can move dynamically. They enable us to make more robust projections into the future or decipher past ecosystem trajectories with potential analogues to future change. In this session we welcome contributions that use experimental approaches in this context, but also discussing biogeochemical proxies that fix information of past environmental change during biomineralization in calcareous or siliceous tests.

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Co-organized as SSP4.8, co-sponsored by JpGU
Convener: Petra Heinz | Co-conveners: Hiroshi Kitazato, Takashi Toyofuku, Marlene Wall, Martin Zuschin
PICOs
| Wed, 10 Apr, 14:00–15:45
 
PICO spot 5b

Wednesday, 10 April 2019

PICO spot 5b
Chairperson: Petra Heinz, Hiroshi Kitazato
14:02–14:04 |
PICO5b.2 |
EGU2019-17209
Ines Barrenechea, Raphael Morard, Franck Lejzerowicz, Tristan Cordier, Stephan Mulitza, Michal Kucera, Daniel Ariztegui, and Jan Pawlowski
14:06–14:08 |
PICO5b.4 |
EGU2019-11854
Takashi Toyofuku
14:08–14:10 |
PICO5b.5 |
EGU2019-6264
Shunichi Kinoshita, Johann Hohenegger, Azumi Kuroyanagi, Reishi Takashima, and Hiroshi Nishi
14:10–14:12 |
PICO5b.6 |
EGU2019-3391
Chiara Borrelli and Giuliana Panieri
14:12–14:14 |
PICO5b.7 |
EGU2019-6892
Michael Lintner, Julia Wukovits, and Petra Heinz
14:14–14:16 |
PICO5b.8 |
EGU2019-15652
Fabricio Guaman-Guevara, William Austin, and Natalie Hicks
14:16–14:18 |
PICO5b.9 |
EGU2019-6189
Michael Zuykov, Michael Schindler, Michel Gosselin, Philippe Archambault, Christopher W. McKindsey, Galina Kolyuchkina, Julia Anderson, and Émilien Pelletier
14:18–14:20 |
PICO5b.10 |
EGU2019-11632
Judith Nagel-Myers, Ioannis Mastorakos, and Philip Yuya
14:20–14:30 |
PICO5b.11 |
EGU2019-7869
Jan Steger, Bella S. Galil, Anna Hinterplattner, Martin Zuschin, and Paolo G. Albano
14:30–14:32 |
PICO5b.12 |
EGU2019-5677
Martin Zuschin, Ivo Gallmetzer, Alexandra Haselmair, Adam Tomasovych, Anna-Katharina Mautner, Sara-Maria Schnedl, Daniele Cassin, and Roberto Zonta
14:32–14:34 |
PICO5b.13 |
EGU2019-12213
Balázs Székely, Bálint Polonkai, Boglárka Maróti, Zsolt Kasztovszky, Veronika Szilágyi, Zoltán Kis, and László Szentmiklósi
14:34–14:36 |
PICO5b.14 |
EGU2019-15094
Angelo Bonanno, Marco Barra, Simona Genovese, Gualtiero Basilone, Teresa Romeo, Pietro Battaglia, Franco Andaloro, and Paola Rumolo
14:36–15:45