PhD student Álvaro Del Rey and MSc Julius Havsteen participated in the Uranium Biogeochemistry Conference in Ascona (Switzerland). Results from Julius’ thesis were presented at the poster session Wednesday afternoon, which put forward new constraints on the global oxygenation state of the Late Silurian ocean and discuss the use of brachiopods instead of bulk carbonate samples […]
When Wednesday April 26, 2017 at 12:30-14:00 Where Undervisningslokalet Øster Farimagsgade 2D What Sune F Månsson will defend his MSc thesis entitled: “Did Bioturbating Animals in the Early Cambrian Influence the Global Biogeochemical Cycles of Carbon and Sulfur?” Abstract A major global change in the biogeochemical cycle of carbon in the Early Cambrian, Stage 2 […]
IGCP 653 conference on “The onset of the Great Ordovician Biodiversity Event” at Durham University Sunday, 25 September 2016 – Saturday, 1 October 2016 More info: www.igcp653.org Registration
Tais will present isotope evidence for a brief oxygenation episode during the Cambrian explosion of animal life 520 Myr. The event reflects a reorganization of Earth’s global biogeochemical cycles driven by faster biological pump. One explanation is that animals themselves accelerated the transport of organic matter out of the oceans and into the sediments; for example as a result of creating larger faecal pellets, […]
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