Information - MPRG2 Paleo-, Rock and Environmental Magnetics in the marine realm: tribute to Ulrich Bleil
In the past four decades, magnetic studies of the ocean floor and sediments have revealed a wealth of information on Earth history: Plate tectonic motions, geomagnetic variations and paleoenvironmental conditions have registered themselves continously in the marine magnetic record sketching a surprisingly dynamic planet. Ulrich Bleil's career in marine rock and paleomagnetics at München, Bochum and Bremen nearly spans this productive research period to which he contributed essential studies on the low-temperature alteration of titanomagnetite, geomagnetic event records at high latitudes, magnetotactic bacteria in the deep sea and early diagenesis of magnetic minerals. As a tribute to his scientific work and long standing DSDP/ODP services, this session invites friends, pioneers and newcomers from all fields of marine magnetics to present original results and ideas!
Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
John Tarduno (University of Rochester)
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