TMS Nannofossil Group ‘Cocco Catch-Up’, hosted from University College London
Thursday, 22nd July 2021 from 13:30 UK time (12:30 UTC).
We are pleased to annouce that the next TMS Nannofossil Group ‘Cocco Catch-Up’ has now been rescheduled for Thursday 22nd July 2021, starting at 13:30 UK time (12:30 UTC). It will be taking place virtually. We hope that you are able to attend. We are delighted to present an excellent programme of talks and are certain that these will stimulate lots of valuable discussion. Please find a brief outline of the schedule below.
All times stated are for the UK – these are provided for guidance but timings may vary on the day.
13:30 Welcome (speakers, please join us from 13:10 to set up)
13:35 Ros Rickaby, Oxford University: Placing pelagic coccolithophores in the long term carbon cycle
14:15 Deborah Tangunan, Cardiff University: Subtropical biotic response during the early Pliocene warmth
14:45 Alan Maria Mancini, University of Turin: An opportunity to discuss ‘coccolithophores in low salinity environments’
15:05 10 minute break
15:15 Mariem Saavedra Pellitero, University of Birmingham: Distribution of coccoliths in surface sediments across the Drake Passage and calcification of Emiliania huxleyi morphotypes
15:45 Amy Jones, University of Birmingham: Macroevolutionary drivers of coccolithophores during Neogene cooling
16:15 Jeremy Young, University College London (with Baptiste Sucheras-Marx and Shijun Jiang): INA/Nannotax Bibliography project – toward a comprehensive bibliography of nanno literature.
16:45 General discussion/social/wrap up.
Please note that by joining the Zoom meeting you agree to adhere to the TMS Code of Conduct.
Zoom call details:
Meeting ID: 917 1674 5717