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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL1 Organic Carbon-Rich Marine Sediments Past, Present and Future : Oceans and Climate Feedbacks (co-listed in BG & SSP)

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Why the study of organic carbon rich sediment

Bond, D
Sea level and marine anoxia during the Frasnian-Famennian (Late Devonian) mass extinction

Wignall, P
Oceanic anoxia and mass extinction

Mattioli, E.; Pittet, B.; Suan, G.
Calcareous nannoplankton across the Early Toarcian anoxic event: implications for paleoceanography within the western Tethys

Lückge, A.; Scheeder, G.; Kasten, S.
Productivity changes in the Arabian Sea during the past 650 years as consequence of reduced Indus River discharge

Armstrong, HA; Abbott, GD; Turner, BR; Makhlouf, IM; Boyle, J; Muhammad, AB; Pedentchouk, N; Peters , H
Black shale deposition in high latitude, peri-glacial shelf basins during Hirnantian (end Ordovician) deglaciation

März, C.; Kasten, S.; Küster, K.; Beckmann, B.; Wagner, T.; de Lange, G.J.
Rapid redox changes during Late Cretaceous black shale formation - A high-resolution geochemical study of OAE 3 (Demerara Rise)

Gallego-Torres, D.; Martinez-Ruiz, F.; Paytan, A.; Romero, O.; Jimenez-Espejo, F.J.; Ortega-Huertas, M.
Evolution of conditions for sapropel deposition in the eastern Mediterranean from Pliocene to Holocene: Multiproxy study on paleoproductivity and paleoxygentanion.

Marino, G.; Rohling, E.J.; Rijpstra, W.I.C; Sangiorgi, F.; Brinkhuis, H.; Schouten, S.; Sinninghe Damsté, J.S.
Major ecological changes in the eastern Mediterranean during the last interglacial sapropel S5

John, E.H.; Cliff, R. ; Wignall, P.B.
A comparison between two Late Devonian seawater 87Sr/86Sr curves over separate intervals of apparent perturbations in global carbon cycling

Capozzi, R.
Role of sea-level controlled sedimentary processes on space and time distribution of organic carbon-rich marine sediments.

Kuroda, J.; Ogawa, N.O.; Tanimizu, M.; Tejada, M.L.G; Suzuki, K.; Ohkouchi, N.
Carbon isotopic variation across the Livello Selli black shale: paleoenvironmental implications for the Early Aptian anoxic event (OAE-1a)

Brüchert, V; Dale, A
The challenge of distinguishing anoxia and euxinia by the chemical and isotopic composition of sedimentary sulfides

Wille, M.; Nägler, T.F.; Schröder, S.; Lehmann, B
Deep water upwelling and its implication for the Precambrian Cambrian boundary. Evidences from Molybdenum isotopes in black shales

Wagner, T.; Herrle, J.; Hofmann, P.; Schouten, S.; Stuesser, I.; Sinninghe Damste, J. S.; Wallmann, K.
Consequences of moderate 25,000 year lasting methane emission into the mid-Cretaceous ocean

Wagner, T.; Beckmann, B.; Floegel, S.; Hofmann, P.
Consequences of regional variations in Mid-Cretaceous hydrologic cycling on tropical Atlantic ocean redox and marine sedimentation

Challands, T; Armstrong, H; Davies, J; Wilson, D; Owen, A; Williams, M
Climate belt reorganization, coastal upwelling, carbon sequestration and global climate change in the late Ordovician: a case study from the Welsh Basin, U.K.

Gennari, G. ; Tamburini, F. ; Spezzaferri, S. ; Ariztegui, D.
Geochemical signature of Sapropel S1 on the Cretan Ridge (Eastern Mediterranean).

Kemp, D. B.; Lodola, D.; Davies, R. B.; Hulka, C. M.; Kilner, B. R.; Sharland, P. R.; Simmons, M. D.; Sutcliffe, O. E.
Eustatic, geodynamic and palaeoclimatic controls on organic-rich facies development: insights from the western former Soviet Union

Hermoso, M.; Le Callonnec, L.; Minoletti, F.; Emmanuel, L.; de Rafélis, M.; Renard, M.
Comparison between NW European and Tethyan realms during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event (withdrawn)

Van Bentum, E.C.; Hetzel, A.; Forster, A.; Reichart, G.-J.; Brumsack, H.-J.; Sinninghe Damsté, J.S.
Reconstructing water column anoxia during the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary event using biomarker and trace metal proxies

Kraal, P.; Slomp, C.P.; Forster, A.; Brumsack, H.-J.
Phosphorus burial in marine sediments during the Cenomanian-Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE-2)

Gröcke, D.R.; van Hengstum, P.J.
A high-resolution stable-isotope record of the Middle Devonian (Eifelian–Givetian boundary) Kacák Event: a global ocean anoxic event

Edwards, N.R.; Self, S.
Can submarine super-eruptions lead to oceanic anoxic events?

Papazzoni, C.A.; Ferretti, A.; Trevisani, E.
The Eocene Fossil-Lagerstätte of Bolca (Italy): a guarantee of organic matter preservation?

Luciani, V.; Cobianchi, M.
The OAE1a at the slope-to-basin settings of the Apulia Platform Margin (southern Italy): regional record of the global oceanic anoxic event

Luciani, V.; Cobianchi, M.
The Albian oceanic anoxic events at the Apulian Platform Margin (southern Italy): regional record and global control

Báldi, K.; Vetõ, I.
Coupling of the benthic foraminifera Cassidulina carinata and hydrogen rich, isotopically heavy organic matter indicating algal blooms in the Mid Miocene Paratethys (withdrawn)

Coccioni, R.; Luciani, V.
Peculiar architectures in the Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera: links to oceanic anoxic events and major global changes

Brumsack, H.-J.; Sangiorgi, F.; Brinkhuis, H.; Stein, R.; Schnetger, B.
Paleogene black shales from the Central Arctic Ocean: A Black Sea analogue?

Stuart, FM; Sephton, MA; Wignall, P
Helium Isotopes in Norian-Rhaetian Shales from Black Bear Ridge: Evidence for the Manicouagan Impact Origin of a Late Triassic Biotic Crisis?

Aceñolaza, F.G.; Esteban, S.B.
Black carbonates in the Ediacaran-Lower Cambrian outcrops in Northwest Argentina

Vecoli, M.
Palynological and geochemical characterization of Early Silurian "Hot Shales" in Southern Tunisia ("SEREPT" boreholes Tt 1 and Lg 3).

Koren’, T.N. ; Sobolev, N.N. ; Tolmacheva , T.Yu.; Petrov , E.O.
Geodynamic settings and depositional environments of carbon rich sediments in Russia

Porcu, A.M.; Pittau, P.; Cervato, C.; Melis, R.
Holocene multiproxy paleoclimate record from lagoonal organic shales of the Gulf of Cagliari, south Sardinia, Italy

Pittau, P. ; Cotza, F. ; Cristini, S. ; Del Rio, M.
Fossil distribution pattern and trace metal enrichments in the SOM of the deep basin Silurian black shales of Sardinia (Italy)

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