S 1. Biota evolution, biomineralization and responses of ecosystems to environmental perturbations: from local to global, from short- to long-term

Conveners and Chairpersons Giulia Faucher (Univ. Milano), Massimo Bernardi (MUSE - Museo delle Scienze, Trento)


Venerdi 14 Settembre 2018 [08.30-10.30]

Aula A3

1-1    08.30 - 08.45
Brandano M.*, Tomassetti L., Mateu-Vicens G. & Gaglianone G. : The seagrass skeletal assemblage from modern to fossil and from tropical to temperate: insight from Maldivian and Mediterranean examples

1-2    08.45 - 09.00
Di Bella M.*, Italiano F., Sabatino G., Quartieri S., Ferretti A., Cavalazzi B., Barbieri R., Foucher F. & Messori F. : New insight on the nature of iron Ooid formation – a study from Panarea island (Sicily, Italy)

1-3    09.00 - 09.15
Medas D.*, Carlomagno I., Meneghini C., Araki T. , Bedolla D.E., Buosi C., Casu M.A., Gianoncelli A., Kuncser A.C., Maraloiu V.A. & De Giudici G. : Zinc incorporation in marine bivalve shells grown in mine polluted seabed sediments

1-4    09.15 - 09.30
Todaro S.*, Rigo M., Randazzo V. & Di Stefano P. : Correlation between extinction pattern and δ13C fluctuations across the Triassic Jurassic boundary in shallow water settings: a proxy for the present day acidification processes

1-5    09.30 - 09.45
Visentin S., Reolon D., Faucher G. & Erba E.* : Calcareous nannofossil paleoceanography across the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event: a story of fertility and acidification  (Sogno Core, Lombardy Basin, Northern Italy)

1-6    09.45 - 10.00
Cornacchia I.*, Brandano M., Raffi I., Tomassetti L. & Flores I. : The central Mediterranean carbon isotope record across the Eocene–Oligocene transition: the inorganic vs the organic carbon isotope signals

1-7    10.00 - 10.15
Posteraro L., Ziveri P., Grelaud M., Ferretti P. & Lupi C.* : Calcareous nannoplankton response to climate variability during Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 19 in the SW Pacific

1-8    10.15 - 10.30
Bernardi M.* & Benton M.J. : The Carnian Pluvial Episode and its impact on the diversification of dinosaurs and on the origin of modern terrestrial vertebrate faunas


Venerdi 14 Settembre 2018

Area Poster

1-9    Pannello 1

Bottini C. & Faucher G.* : The effects of paleoenvironmental changes on nannoplankton biocalcification: mid-Cretaceous size variations of Biscutum constans

1-10    Pannello 2

D’Onofrio R., Luciani V.*, Giusberti L., Fornaciari E., Sabatino N. & Calderone G. : Planktic foraminiferal response to the ETM2 in the Tethys realm: upper water column disruption and marked dwarfism

1-11    Pannello 3

Faucher G.*, Erba E. & Poli S. : Emiliania huxleyi sensitivity to ecological changes: a new methodological approach to ascertain if and which environmental parameter influences coccolith sizes and shapes 

1-12    Pannello 4

Guido A.*, Russo F. & Mastandrea A. : From autochthonous Micrite to Aphanodolomites: the key role of microbialites in dolomitization processes

1-13    Pannello 5

Oggiano G., Mongelli G., Sinisi R., Puccini A. & Mameli P.* : Factors affecting Uranium distribution in early Permian-late Variscan Sardinian basins: chemical and γ-ray data constraints

1-14    Pannello 6

Perri E.*, Borrelli M., Bernasconi M.P., Gindre-Chanu L., Spadafora A. & Critelli S. : Oligotypic Microbial-Metazoan dominated carbonate platform evolution during upper Triassic rifting (northern Calabria-Italy)

1-15    Pannello 7

Romano M.*, Govender R. & Rubidge B.S. : The oldest and more complete tapinocephalid dinocephalian from Africa: postcranial skeleton Tapinocaninus pamelae (Synapsida: Therapsida)