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  List of Accepted Contributions - SSP22 Understanding the linkages of geosphere and biosphere evolution during Cenozoic and Mesozoic times (co-sponsored by IAS)

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Maghfouri moghaddam, I
Microbiostatigraphy of the Tarbur Formation(Campanian-Masstrichtian)of the Zagros Range

Maghfouri Moghaddam, I
Microbiostratigraphy of the Tatbur Formation(Upper Cretaceous)of the Zagros Range,Western Iran

Weissert, H.; Rais, P.; Louis Schmid, B.; Bernasconi, S.
Late Jurassic carbonate oceans and an El Nino-type climate mode

Casellato, C.E.; Erba, E.
Change in the earth system and calcareous nannofossil evolution: does any linkage exist? An example from the Late Jurassic Tethys Ocean

Parente, M.; Frijia, G.; Di Lucia, M.
Stepwise larger foraminifera extinction at the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary: a role for nutrients?

Babazadeh , A; Amirov, E
Ostracodes as an indicator of habitat (case study of Holocene ostracodes in the delta of Kura river, the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan)

Szulc, J.
Depositional sequences and faunal composition and evolution in an ocean-periphery basin: An example of the Middle Triassic Muschelkalk, Central Europe

Gröcke, D.R.; Joeckel, R.M.; Ludvigson, G.A.; Ufnar, D.F.; Witzke, B.L.; Ravn, R.L.
Recognizing the Albian–Cenomanian (OAE1d) sequence boundary using plant carbon isotopes: evidence for sea-level fall during an OAE

Herrle, J.O.
Major changes in the marine and terrestrial environment during the latest Aptian and earliest Albian

Neuhuber, S.; Wagreich, M.
Timing and stratigraphy of the change from anoxic to oxic oceans during the Turonian

Koskeridou, E.; Drinia, H.; Antonarakou, A. ; Kyriacopoulos, K.
Benthic fauna of a Pleistocene shallow water hydrothermal vent, Kos Island, Aegean Sea

Schulte, P.; Sprong, J.; Speijer, R.P.; Youssef Ali, M.; Krumm, S.
Sedimentology and quantitative mineralogy of the Danian-Selandian (D-S) transition on the southern Tethyan margin in Egypt: Implications for sequence stratigraphy and eustatic sea-level changes

Varrone, D.; d'Atri, A.
Foramol ramp evolution in different tectonic settings: examples from internal and external Cenozoic Alpine basins (Western Italy)

Agnini, C.; Fornaciari, E. ; Raffi, I.; Rio, D.; Röhl , U.; Westerhold, T.
Interactions between early Paleogene calcareous nannoplankton evolution and changes in environmental conditions: evidence from ODP Site 1262

Petrizzo, M. R.; Huber , B. T.; Wilson , P. A.; MacLeod, K. G.
Late Albian-early Cenomanian planktonic foraminifera and stable isotope records from the western subtropical North Atlantic (ODP Leg 171B , Blake Nose)

Barut, I.F.; Meric, E.; Avsar, N.; Unlu, V.S.
Factor determining the distribution of benthic foraminiferal assemblages in the Saltpan and Salt Lakes of Gulf of Saros

Koskeridou, E.; Agiadi-Katsiaouni, K.; Moissette, P.
Fish otoliths and depth variations in the Plio-Pleistocene of Rhodes island, Aegean Sea

Graziano, R.
Cyanobacteria Blooms and Drowning Unconformities of Carbonate Platforms: Signs of Earth’s Endogenic, Global Control on the Productivity of Carbonate Depositional System. Examples from the Jurassic-Cretaceous of the Mediterranean Tethys.

Gavrilov, Yu.; Shcherbinina, E.
Plausible scenario of certain biospheric events

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