EGU Online Session Earth System Paleobiology: closing the geological and biological gap

European Geoscience Union General Assembly

Today we are kicking off with the first online edition of European Geoscience Union General Assembly. Join us for a live chat with authors and conveners in the session Earth System Paleobiology: closing the geological and biological gap chaired by Kenneth De Baets, Emilia Jarochowska, Martin Schobben and Melanie Tietje

You can see the online presentations (videos, slides and posters) free of charge and you need a free Copernicus account to join the live chat and comment on the presentations:

We would like to particularly highlight the presentations involving our students:

Reconstruction of the trophic levels of a fossil fish community from the Late Jurassic Solnhofen Archipelago
Danijela Dimitrijevic, Martin Ebert, Martina Kölbl-Ebert, and Axel Munnecke

High-resolution assessment of the Valgu event: conodont diversity and δ18Ophos during the early Telychian (Silurian) in the Baltic Basin
Monica Alejandra Gomez Correa, Emilia Jarochowska, Peep Männik, Axel Munnecke, and Michael Joachimski
Estimating Downcore Decline in Skeletal Disintegration Risk in Holocene Environments
Niklas Hohmann and Adam Tomašových
Micropredators skulking in Silurian oceans?
Isabella Leonhard, Bryan Shirley, Duncan Murdock, and Emilia Jarochowska
You Are Where You Live: Using the size of conodont dental tools to shed light on environmental conditions and community complexity
Laura Mulvey, Bryan Shirley, Fiona Pye, Nussaïbah B. Raja, and Emilia Jarochowska
The impact of the Messinian Salinity Crisis on marine biota
Konstantina Agiadi, Niklas Hohmann, Giorgio Carnevale, Elsa Gliozzi, Constanza Faranda, Francesca Lozar, Mathias Harzhauser, George Iliopoulos, Antonio Caruso, George Kontakiotis, Marco Taviani, Alan Maria Mancini, Enrico Borghi, Ildefonso Bajo Campos, Pierre Moissette, Danae Thivaiou, Stergios Zarkogiannis, Eva Besiou, Daniel Garcia-Castellanos, and Angelo Camerlenghi