Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

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PP001. Advanced understanding of tropical hydroclimate changes during the Pleistocene and Holocene
Chun-Yuan Huang | National Taiwan University
Lisa Goes | University of Miami
Xianfeng Wang | Nanyang Technological University
Shih-Yu Lee | Academia Sinica
PP002. Advances in paleoecology and paleoclimate with emphasis on contextualizing human evolutionary history
Christopher Lepre | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
Cynthia Liutkus-Pierce | Appalachian State University
Christopher Campisano | Arizona State University
PP003. Advances in understanding calcareous nannofossil response to climate change in modern and ancient oceans.
Barbara Balestra | University of California Santa Cruz
Jose-Abel Flores | University of Salamanca, Department of Geology
Jean Self-Trail | US Geological Survey
Richard Jordan | Yamagata Univ
PP004. Alkenones in marine, estuarine and lacustrine environments: new biogeochemical insights and paleoclimatic applications
Linda Amaral-Zettler | Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Julian Sachs | University of Washington
Marcel van der Meer | NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
William D'Andrea | Columbia University
Yongsong Huang | Brown University
PP005. Assessing Regional Climate Signals From Southern South America: Modern and Paleo Efforts
Josef Werne | University of Pittsburgh
Sergio Contreras | Universidad Catolica de la Santisima Concepcion
PP006. Astronomical Forcing of Past Climates
Rocio Caballero-Gill | Brown UniversityGeorge Mason University Fairfax
Molly Patterson | Binghamton University
Helen Habicht | UMass Amherst-Geosciences
Edward Gasson | University of Massachusetts Amherst
PP007. Biomarkers from Source to Sink: Proxy Development, Mechanistic Theory, and Applications
Nemiah Ladd | University of Washington
Yige Zhang | Yale University
William Daniels | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Bernhard Naafs | Cabot Institute, University of Bristol
PP008. Carbonate Sediments Through Time: Processes of Deposition and Diagenesis
Lizzy Trower | University of Colorado Boulder
Theodore Present | California Institute of Technology
Kristin Bergmann | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
PP009. Chasing carbon cycle perturbations through the Cenozoic
Tali Babila | National Oceanography Center, Soton
Maria Makarova | Rutgers University New Brunswick
Sindia Sosdian | Cardiff University
PP010. Climate of the Common Era
Kevin Anchukaitis | Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst
Kim Cobb | Georgia Institute of Technology
Edward Cook | Lamont -Doherty Earth Observatory
Jason Smerdon | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
PP011. Cyclostratigraphy and Astrochronology in Deep Time
Mingsong Li | Penn State University
Chao Ma | University of Utah
Wei Liu | George Mason UniversityChina University of Geosciences, Beijing
Yang Zhang | Purdue University
PP012. Development of the cryosphere: evidence from sedimentary records in the high latitudes
Sandra Passchier | Montclair State--EES
Kristen St John | James Madison Univ
PP014. Evolution of the Earth System
Benjamin Johnson | University of Victoria
Colin Goldblatt | University of Victoria
Jon Husson | Princeton University
PP015. Evolution of the marine silica cycle
Donald Penman | Yale University
Andy Ridgwell | University of California Riverside
Pincelli Hull | Yale University
Katharine Hendry | University of Bristol
PP016. Fifty years of sea-levels, chronology and climate change from coral reefs
Mordechai Stein | Geological Survey of Israel
Paul Aharon | Univ Alabama
PP017. From Holocene to Anthropocene : Linking palaeoclimatic information from natural archives and instrumental data
Maxime Debret | Normandie Univ, UNIROUEN, UNICAEN, CNRS, M2C
Bastien Dieppois | University of Cape Town
Nicolas Massei | University of Rouen-Normandy, Continental and Coastal Morphodynamics Laboratory
PP018. High-Resolution Paleoclimate and Paleoenvironmental Records from Africa: Providing Context for Human Evolution and Dispersal from the Pliocene to the Present
Chad Yost | University of Arizona
Anne Billingsley | University of Arizona
Rachel Lupien | Brown University
PP019. High Resolution, High Latitude Marine Proxies
Daniel Sinclair | Victoria University of Wellington
Nicholas Hitt | Victoria University of Wellington
PP020. Indian Ocean Dynamics Past and Present: Significance for Ocean Circulation and Terrestrial Climate
Ian Hall | Cardiff University
Sidney Hemming | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
Kaustubh Thirumalai | Brown University
Melissa Berke | University of Notre Dame
PP021. Isotope and Trace Element Incorporation in Marine Calcifiers: Cracking the Biomineralization Code to Improve Paleoceanographic Reconstructions
Jennifer Fehrenbacher | Oregon State University
Kelly Gibson | University of South Carolina Columbia
Catherine Davis | UC Davis
Weifu Guo | Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst.
PP022. Lessons for the Future from Cenozoic Warm Climates
Deepak Chandan | University of Toronto
Gilles Ramstein | LSCE Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement
Nav Sagoo | University of Bristol
Alan Haywood | University of Leeds
PP023. Limnogeology and Paleolimnology
Torsten Haberzettl | University of Greifswald
Guillaume St-Onge | Univ Quebec a Rimouski
PP024. Looking Back, You Know It’s Hot: Climate Reconstructions from the Mesozoic and Cenozoic Warm Intervals
Helen Habicht | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Adriane Lam | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Benjamin Keisling | University of Massachusetts Amherst
PP026. New perspectives on past climates: progress in proxy system modeling, reconstruction algorithms and uncertainty quantification
Kuan-Hui Elaine Lin | Academia Sinica
Daniel Amrhein | University of Washington
Wanchen Wu | Academia Sinica
Michael Evans | Univ Maryland
PP027. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology: General Contributions
Matthew Kirby | Cal-State Fullerton
Jennifer Hertzberg | Old Dominion University
Petra Dekens | San Francisco State University
PP028. Paleoclimate variability in the Indo-Pacific region.
David De Vleeschouwer | Vrije Universiteit Brussels
Briony Mamo | University of Hong Kong
Peter Clift | Louisiana State University
Tali Babila | National Oceanography Center, Soton
PP029. Paleoclimatic history of El Niño-Southern Oscillation
Thomas Marchitto | University of Colorado
Kim Cobb | Georgia Institute of Technology
Diane Thompson | Boston University
PP030. Paleo-CO2 reconstruction in the Phanerozoic
Ying Cui | Pennsylvania State University
Yige Zhang | Yale University
Brian Schubert | University of Louisiana at Lafayette
William Lukens | Baylor University
PP031. Proterozoic Snowball Earth Events
Yonggang Liu | Peking University
Bing Shen | Peking University
Dawei Li | The University of Chicago
PP032. Quantifying Arctic System Change: Past, Present, and Future
Gaylen Sinclair | Oregon State University
Simon Pendleton | University of Colorado at Boulder
Jamie McFarlin | Northwestern University
PP033. Sea Level and Ice Sheet Reconstructions over Glacial Cycles
Jacqueline Austermann | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
Jeremy Shakun | Boston College
Robert Barnett | University of Exeter
PP034. Temporal and Geographical Phasing of Northern Hemisphere Climate Change
Aaron Putnam | University of Maine
Raymond Bradley | Univ Massachusetts
Zhisheng An | IEE Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Weijian Zhou | Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences
PP035. Terrestrial Hydroclimate Variability in the Americas: Assessing Causes and Impacts using Proxies and Models
Jessica Rodysill | USGS
Matthew Finkenbinder | Wilkes University
Aubrey Hillman | University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Sophie Lehmann | University of Pittsburgh
PP036. The Big 4: Records of worldwide Stage 4 glacial, climatic, and environmental changes
Michael Kaplan | Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Alice Doughty | Bates College
Stephen Barker | Cardiff University
PP037. The Changing Face of the Mid-Pleistocene Transition
Sindia Sosdian | Cardiff University
Thomas Chalk | University of Southampton
Henrieka Detlef | Cardiff University
PP038. The global expression of the 8.2 ka event
Alyssa Atwood | University of California Berkeley
Julian Sachs | University of Washington
PP039. The K-Pg Mass Extinction and the Chicxulub Impact Crater
Chris Lowery | University of Massachusetts
Sonia Tikoo | Rutgers University
Gail Christeson | UTIG
Timothy Bralower | Pennsylvania State University Main Campus
PP040. The Last Glacial Termination in the Mid and High Latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere
Esteban Sagredo | Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Moreno Patricio | Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad (IEB), Centro Fondap (CR)2, Nucleo Milenio en Paleoclima Hemisferio Sur.
Michael-Shawn Fletcher |
Fabrice Lambert | University of Chile
PP041. The North Atlantic region in the early icehouse world
Brian Romans | Virginia Tech
Helen Coxall | Stockholm University
Peter Lippert | University of Utah
Katarzyna Sliwinska | Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland
PP042. Toward a Phanerozoic History of Earth’s Surface Temperature
Scott Wing | Smithsonian Institution
Brian Huber | National Museum of Natural History
Caitlin Keating-Bitonti | Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Jessica Moerman | University of MichiganNational Museum of Natural History
PP043. Trace metals as recorders of biogeochemical cycling in modern and ancient settings
Minming Cui | Tulane UniversityJohns Hopkins University
Karen Johannesson | Tulane Univ Earth&Environ Sci
Maya Gomes | Johns Hopkins University
Saugata Datta | Kansas State University
PP044. Understanding the Indian-Asian-Australian Monsoon: evolution and linkages to tectonic, climatic, and biogeochemical cycles
Marci Robinson | USGS, Eastern Geology and Paleoclimate Science Center
Petra Dekens | San Francisco State University
Ann Holbourn | University of Kiel
Steven Clemens | Brown Univ
PP045. Water Isotope Systematics: Improving Modern and Paleoclimate Interpretations
Aleya Kaushik | NOAA Boulder
Jesse Nusbaumer | NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Clay Tabor | University of Connecticut
Sylvia Dee | Brown University
C022. Ice Core Records of Environmental Change
Tyler Fudge | University of Washington Seattle Campus
Erich Osterberg | Dartmouth College
Murat Aydin | University of California Irvine
Yuzhen Yan | Princeton University
EP017. Forensic Earth: Novel Approaches to Reading Environmental Signals and Quantifying Surface Processes in the Geological  Record
Anjali Fernandes | The University of Connecticut at Storrs
Yvette Eley | The University of Birmingham
Arvind Singh | University of Central Florida
Jorge Lorenzo-Trueba | Montclair State University
EP020. From the Mountains to the Sea: Significance of Grain-Size Distributions in Stratigraphy, Sedimentology & Paleoclimatology - Analyses, Application, and Interpretation
Bjoern Machalett | Humboldt University of Berlin
P Thompson Davis | Bentley University
Inka Meyer | Ghent University
H048. Drought in tropical and subtropical humid environments: Dynamics, impacts, resilience, and mitigation
Frances O'Donnell | Auburn University
Di Tian | Auburn University
Christopher Burton | Auburn University
Martin Medina-Elizalde | Auburn University