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  Poster Programme - CL36 Warm Climates in the Past

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Convener: Winguth, A.
Co-Convener: Bice, K., Brinkhuis, H., Kirk-Davidoff, D., Ridgwell, A.

Author in Attendance:

Wednesday, 16 April 2008 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Wednesday, 16 April 2008 08:00 -
Wednesday, 16 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: N.N.

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EGU2008-A-07781;  CL36-1WE5P-0283
Chen, Z. Q.
Benthic responses to Permian icehouse-greenhouse climatic turnover from Gondwana and Tethys: Evidence from brachiopod faunas in South China and Western Australia

EGU2008-A-05999;  CL36-1WE5P-0284
Horne, D.J.
A temporary pond in the Early Cretaceous of southern England: palaeoclimatic implications of nonmarine “Purbeck-Wealden” ostracod faunas

EGU2008-A-09509;  CL36-1WE5P-0285
Spofforth, D. J.; Agnini, C.; Pälike, H.; Rio, D.; Bohaty, S.; Fornaciari, E.; Giusberti, L.; Lanci, L.; Luciani, V.; Muttoni, G.
Evidence for the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum (“MECO”) in the Venetian Alps.

EGU2008-A-10116;  CL36-1WE5P-0286
Stoll, H.; Shimizu, N.; Ziveri, P.; Zentner, D.; Emhoff, K.
Response of coccolithophorid algae to the PETM: productivity and carbon acquisition

EGU2008-A-10069;  CL36-1WE5P-0287
Luciani, V; Agnini, C; Backman, J; Giusberti, L; Lucchi, R; Muttoni, G; Rio, D
Planktonic foraminiferal response to the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum at the Tethyan Possagno section (Italy)

EGU2008-A-04140;  CL36-1WE5P-0288
Lunt, D.J.; Valdes, P.J.; Ridgwell, A.
Sensitivity to CO2 of the Eocene climate - implications for ocean circulation and glaciation

EGU2008-A-01391;  CL36-1WE5P-0289
Sijp, W.; England, M.
Eocene warmth, Drake Passage and the hydrological cycle

EGU2008-A-08638;  CL36-1WE5P-0290
Handley, L.; Hollis, C. ; Crouch, E. ; Schouten, S.; Huber, M.; Morgans, H.; Pearson, P. ; Baker, J.; Burgess, C.; Pancost, R.
Dramatic high latitude sea surface temperature change during the Paleogene: New multi-proxy records from New Zealand

EGU2008-A-02445;  CL36-1WE5P-0291
Stap, L.; Lourens, L.J.; Sluijs, A.; Thomas, E.
Reconstruction of ocean temperature and carbonate dissolution during ETM-2 (53.7 Ma)

EGU2008-A-10810;  CL36-1WE5P-0292
Dedert, M; Stoll, HM; Ziveri, P
Calcareous nannoplankton productivity response to the Early Eocene Hyperthermal Event (ETM2) Elmo

EGU2008-A-02066;  CL36-1WE5P-0293
Haywood, A. M.; Lunt, D. J.
Modelling mid Pliocene warmth: contribution of atmosphere, oceans and cryosphere revisited

EGU2008-A-00498;  CL36-1WE5P-0294
Bonham, S; Haywood, A; Lunt, D; Collins, M
Pliocene Climate, ENSO and Equifinality

EGU2008-A-09996;  CL36-1WE5P-0295
Etourneau, J.; Schneider, R.; Martinez, P.; Blanz, T.
Nitrogen fixation within both Benguela Upwelling System and Eastern Equatorial Pacific as a strong contributor of the Pliocene cooling?

EGU2008-A-04332;  CL36-1WE5P-0296
Vizcaino, M.; Rupper, S.; Chiang, J.
Comparation of different mechanisms explaining the absence of Northern Hemisphere ice sheets prior to ~2.75 Ma

EGU2008-A-02390;  CL36-1WE5P-0297
Helmke, J.P.; Bauch, H.A.; Röhl, U; Kandiano, E.S.
Uniform climate development between the subtropical and subpolar Northeast Atlantic across marine isotope stage 11

EGU2008-A-05701;  CL36-1WE5P-0298
Dickson, A. J.; Bendle, J. A.; Leng, M. J.; Maslin, M. A.; McClymont, E. L.; Pancost, R. D.
Surface water heat transport in the South East Atlantic Ocean during Marine Isotope Stage 11

EGU2008-A-02076;  CL36-1WE5P-0299
Kellerer-Pirklbauer, A.; Drescher-Schneider, R.; Lieb, G.K.; Slupetzky, H.
New insight into the Holocene environment of the Central Alps of Austria based on recent peat findings at Pasterze Glacier, Central Austria

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