Paleo TERSANERS at EGU23. Presentations now successfully completed. Well done everybody!
Dr. Carl Reddin is talking about how thermal structure of Late Pliensbachian assemblages determines their response to Early Toarcian warming pulses.
Daniel Burt is live presenting a new biogeochemical model across the end-Permian mass extinction :”The sensitivity of the latest Permian climate-carbon state to CO2 emissions in an Earth System Model”
Successful first poster at a big conference. Well done Danijela!
At this years General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union, Dr. Kenneth De Baets et. al presented their findings regarding “The impact of the Pliensbachian-Toarcian crisis on belemnite diversity and size distribution”. The abstract and presentation can be viewed here.
February 12th – 13th, 2020, Berlin (Germany) – TERSANE II – Workshop. Our inaugural meeting of TERSANE 2 was a full success.
February 4th, 2020 – TERSANE II Student, Gregor Mathes, wins best presentation award at the Paleobiology Symposium in Bolognia.
Established in 2016, TERSANE is a collaborative, DFG-funded Research Unit exploring the impacts of climate change on multiple spatial and temporal scales.