Carbon and Hydrogen Isotopes: Extracting the Signal from the Noise to Improve Paleoclimate Applications I Posters

Thursday, 18 December 2014: 8:00 AM-12:20 PM
Chairs:  João Pedro Trabucho-Alexandre, Utrecht University, Utrecht, 3584, Netherlands and Aaron F Diefendorf, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, United States
Primary Conveners:  João Pedro Trabucho-Alexandre, Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom; Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Co-conveners:  Christopher K Junium, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States, Aaron F Diefendorf, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, United States and Erika J Freimuth, University of Cincinnati Main Campus, Cincinnati, OH, United States
OSPA Liaisons:  João Pedro Trabucho-Alexandre, Utrecht University, Utrecht, 3584, Netherlands

Abstracts Submitted to this Session:

Carbon isotopes of plant biomarkers record past changes in the carbon cycle, but separating signal from noise is key to reducing uncertainties
Aaron F Diefendorf, University of Cincinnati, Department of Geology, Cincinnati, OH, United States, Katherine H Freeman, The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Geosciences, University Park, PA, United States, Scott L Wing, Smithsonian Instituition, Department of Paleobiology, Washington, DC, United States and Ellen D Currano, University of Wyoming, Department of Botany, Laramie, WY, United States
From buds to litter: seasonal changes in leaf wax concentrations and carbon isotopes and implications for the geologic past
Yeon Jee Suh and Aaron F Diefendorf, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, United States
Application of δ13c Values Recorded in Neoproterozoic Marine Dolomite As a Marker for Global Correlations: Significance of Major δ13c Variations for the Carbon Cycle Based on Studies of Modern Dolomite Precipitating Environments
Judith A. McKenzie1, Tomaso R.R. Bontognali1, Anelize Bahniuk2 and Crisogono Vasconcelos1, (1)ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, (2)Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba, Brazil
Furongian Stable Carbon Isotope Excursions (SPICE and HERB) in the Mixed Carbonate-Siliclastics on an Epeiric Platform of the Taebaeksan Basin, Korea
Gong S Chung1, Jong N Lim1, Tae-Yoon Park2, Kwang-Sik Lee3, Byung-Su Lee4 and Kwang-Soo Seo5, (1)Chungnam National University, Geology and Earth Environmental Sciences, Daejeon, South Korea, (2)KOPRI Korea Polar Research Institute, Earth-System Sciences, Incheon, South Korea, (3)Korea Basic Science Inst, Cheongwon, South Korea, (4)Chonbuk National University, Earth Science Education, Jeonju, South Korea, (5)Kongju National University, Geoenvironmental Science, Gongju, South Korea
Coupled Variation of C and Mg Isotopes in the Middle to Late Cambrian Carbonate Ramp Deposits of the Machari Formation in the Yeongweol Area, Korea
Sin-Woo Lee1,2, Gong S Chung1, Jong-Sik Ryu3 and Kwang-Sik Lee4, (1)Chungnam National University, Geology and Earth Environmental Sciences, Daejeon, South Korea, (2)KBSI Korea Basic Science Institute, Seoul, South Korea, (3)KBSI Korea Basic Science Institute, Chungbuk, South Korea, (4)Korea Basic Science Inst, Cheongwon, South Korea
Coupling Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope with Carbonate Carbon Isotope Excursion Across the Early Mississippian Kinderhookian-Osagean Boundary in Great Basin, Western USA
Dev K Maharjan1, Ganqing Jiang1, Yongbo Peng2, Swapan K Sahoo1 and Robert A Henry1, (1)University of Nevada Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, United States, (2)Indiana University Bloomington, Department of Geological Sciences, Bloomington, IN, United States
The Carboniferous carbon isotope record from sedimentary organic matter: can we disentangle the carbon cycle?
Sarah J Davies1, Carys E Bennett2, Melanie J Leng3, Timothy Kearsey4, John EA Marshall5, David Millward4, Emma J Reeves5, Andrea Snelling3 and Janet E Sherwin2, (1)University of Leicester, Leicester, LE1, United Kingdom, (2)University of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom, (3)British Geological Survey, Nottingham, United Kingdom, (4)British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, (5)University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom
Distribution of Iridium in Upper Triassic-Lower Jurassic Strata of the Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria
Lawrence H Tanner, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY, United States, Frank T Kyte, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, United States and Sylvain Richoz, Austrian Academy of sciences, Graz, Austria
Understanding Intrabasinal Organic Carbon Records: A New Carbon Isotope Record for the Early Cretaceous Abu Dhabi, UAE
Aisha H Al-Suwaidi, Petroleum Institute, Petroleum Geoscience Dept., Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Constraining riverine δ13C-DIC using Late Cretaceous and Early Paleogene freshwater bivalve mollusks (Unionoidea) form Montana
David P Gillikin, Union College, Geology, Schenectady, NY, United States, David H Goodwin, Denison University, Geosciences, Granville, OH, United States, Max Davidson, Union College, Schenectady, NY, United States and Joseph Hartman, University of North Dakota, Hamm School of Geology and Geological Engineering, Grand Forks, ND, United States
The onset of the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum, including the K/X event, at Branch Stream, Clarence Valley, New Zealand
Benjamin S Slotnick1, Gerald R Dickens2, Chris J Hollis3, James S. Crampton3, Percy Strong3, Edoardo Dallanave4 and Andy Philips3, (1)Rice University, Houston, TX, United States, (2)Rice Univ, Houston, TX, United States, (3)GNS Science-Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Ltd, Lower Hutt, New Zealand, (4)Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Munich, Germany
Comparison between organic and inorganic stable carbon isotope ratios for understanding Pleistocene global and local climates, results from IODP Exp. 317 offshore South Island of New Zealand
Koichi Hoyanagi1, Tokinori Takeuchi1, Eri Ichinose1 and Yuki Kobayashi2, (1)Shinshu University, Matsumoto, Japan, (2)Pacific Consultants Co. Ltd., Land Conservation Division, Osaka, Japan
Deciphering the Paleochemistry and Holocene Environmental Variability in Central New York: Different Perspectives from the Stable Carbon Isotopes of Organic Matter and Carbonates.
David B Finkelstein1, Devon Elizabeth Colcord2 and Tara Curtin1, (1)Hobart and William Smith College, Geneva, NY, United States, (2)Indiana University Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States
Dissolved inorganic carbon isotopic composition of the Gulf of Mexico deep-water masses.
José Gerardo Quintanilla-Terminel1, Juan Carlos Herguera1, Vicente Ferreira-Bartrina1, José Martín Hernández-Ayón2 and Víctor Camacho-Ibar2, (1)CICESE National Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education of Mexico, Ensenada, Mexico, (2)Autonomous University of Baja California- UABC, Instituto de Investigaciones Oceanológicas, Ensenada, Mexico
Can Stress-Induced Biochemical Differences drive Variation in the Hydrogen Isotope Composition of Leaf Wax n-Alkanes from Terrestrial Higher Plants?
Yvette Eley1, Nikolai Pedentchouk1 and Lorna Dawson2, (1)University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4, United Kingdom, (2)James Hutton Research Institute, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
From Leaf Synthesis to Senescence: n-Alkyl Lipid Abundance and D/H Composition Among Plant Species in a Temperate Deciduous Forest at Brown’s Lake Bog, Ohio, USA
Erika J Freimuth, Aaron F Diefendorf and Thomas V Lowell, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, United States
Leaf water and plant wax hydrogen isotopes in a European sample network
Daniel B Nelson, University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland and Ansgar Kahmen, ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
Stomatal Density Influences Leaf Water and Leaf Wax D/H Values in Arabidopsis
Hyejung Lee1, Sarah J Feakins1 and Leonel O Sternberg2, (1)University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States, (2)Univ Miami, Miami, FL, United States
Increased Deuterium Discrimination in Micronesian Mangroves Growing at High Salinity: Insights from Leaf and Xylem Water Isotopes
Nemiah Ladd and Julian P Sachs, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, United States
A biomarker isotope record of hydrologic change in NE Spain from the late Eocene to early Oligocene
Kellyn Patros, University of Connecticut, Groton, CT, United States and Michael T Hren, University of Connecticut, Center for Integrative Geosciences, Groton, CT, United States
Evaluating Changes in Paleo-temperature Gradients using Hydrogen Isotopic Compositions of Leaf-wax Biomarkers
Srinath Krishnan1, Matthew Huber2 and Mark Pagani1, (1)Yale University, New Haven, CT, United States, (2)University of New Hampshire Main Campus, Durham, NH, United States
Holocene n-Fatty Acid Δd Records from Lake Hurleg, Northeastern Tibetan Plateau
Yuxin He, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, Cheng Zhao, CAS Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Beijng, China, Zhonghui Liu, The University of Hong Kong, Pok Fu Lam Road, Hong Kong, Huanye Wang, State Key Laboratory of Loess and Quaternary Geology, IEE, CAS, Xi'an, China, Weiguo Liu, CAS Chinese Academy of Sciences, State Key Laboratory of Loess and Quaternary Geology, Beijng, China and Zicheng Yu, Lehigh University, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Bethlehem, PA, United States