Carbonate sediments have formed in a wide range of marine and non-marine settings through the complex interplay of biological, chemical and physical processes. Precisely-constrained high-resolution stratigraphic records are important for determining past global change and understanding the complex interactions between climatic processes, oceanographic and environmental changes, the biosphere and stratigraphic architecture. The complementary study of Recent carbonate depositional systems is crucial to the interpretation of these systems. This session invites contributions from general and interdisciplinary topics within the diverse fields of Carbonate Sedimentology, Stratigraphy and Bioconstructions, the session will explore a broad range of geochemical, biological and stratigraphic proxies and their applications to understanding Earth history.

Convener: Stephen Lokier | Co-conveners: Mariano Parente, Stephane Bodin, Joanna Pszonka, David Bond
| Wed, 10 Apr, 14:00–18:00
Room G2
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X1

Attendance time: Thursday, 11 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Joanna Pszonka, Stephane Bodin, Mariano Parente , David Bond, Stephen Lokier
X1.196 |
Jan Danisch, Malte Mau, Alexis Nutz, Lahcen Kabiri, Emanuela Mattioli, and Stéphane Bodin
X1.198 |
| Highlight
Chelsea Pederson, Leonie Weiss, Vasileios Mavromatis, Claire Rollion-Bard, and Adrian Immenhauser
X1.199 |
Yuzhu Ge, Chelsea Pederson, Stephen Lokier, and Adrian Immenhauser
X1.202 |
Yang Lu, Xin Yang, Xiaoming Sun, Zhiyong Lin, and Tingting Chen
X1.203 |
Nina Valand, Aleša Uršič Arko, Luka Willewaldt, Bogomir Celarc, Giovanna Della Porta, and Adrijan Košir
X1.205 |
Vincenzo Randazzo, Johan Le Goff, John Reijmer, Pietro Di Stefano, and Simona Todaro