235 Antarctic Science in the International Polar Year—Geologic Evolution of the Antarctic Peninsula: Changes in Tectonics, Biota, and Climate over Time

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Tuesday, 7 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 322AB

Eugene W. Domack and Amy Leventer
8:00 AM
A Detrital-Zircon Perspective of Antarctic Peninsula - South America Kinematics & Paleogeography – Results from SCOTIA
David L. Barbeau Jr, University of South Carolina; Eduardo B. Olivero, Centro Austral de Investigaciones Cientificas (CADIC-CONICET); Kendra E. Murray, University of Arizona; Khandaker M. Zahid, University of South Carolina; Nicholas Swanson-Hysell, Princeton University; George E. Gehrels, University of Arizona
8:20 AM
Cenozoic Exhumation of the Western Antarctic Peninsula: Thermochronologic Results from Northern and Southern Graham Land
William R. Guenthner, University of Arizona; Peter W. Reiners, University of Arizona; Stuart N. Thomson, Yale University; David L. Barbeau, University of South Carolina
8:35 AM
Austral Portals and the Paleobiogeography of Antarctic Land Mammals
Ross D.E. MacPhee, American Museum of Nat History
8:55 AM
9:10 AM
Plesiosaurs from the Late Cretaceous Deposits of Antarctica
James E. Martin, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
9:25 AM
Geochemical and ε Nd Results from Larsen-B Ice Shelf and Marie Byrd Land Sediments: Implications for Provenance Tracing
Cathleen Dale, Montclair State University; Stefanie Brachfeld, Montclair State Univ; Sidney R. Hemming, Columbia University; Tina van de Flierdt, Imperial College
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
Palynology as a Tool to Reconstruct Past Climatic Variation Recorded in Four Major Stratigraphic Intervals Sampled by the Antarctic 2006 SHALDRIL Campaign
Sophie Warny, Louisiana State University; Rosemary Askin, Consultant; John Anderson, Rice University; Julia Wellner, University of Houston; Woody Wise, FSU; Steve Bohaty, School of Ocean and Earth Science; Tyler Smith, Rice University
10:30 AM
A High-Resolution Record of Glacial and Climate History of the Firth of Tay, Northeastern Antarctic Peninsula
Bradley Michalchuk, Rice University; John Anderson, Rice University; Julia Wellner, University of Houston; Patricia Manley, Middlebury College; Steven Bohaty, National Oceanography Center, Southampton; Wojciech Majewski
10:45 AM
Holocene DIATOMS Recovered from Shaldril I Cores, Maxwell
Lindsey E. Geary, Florida State University; Sherwood W. Wise, Florida State University
11:00 AM
Quantitative X-Ray Diffraction (QXRD) Proxy for Determining Biogenic Content
Patricia Manley, Middlebury College; Allison Klein, Middlebury College; Bradley Michalchuk, Rice University; Emily Dawson, Middlebury College; Kelsey Fredston-Hermann, Middlebury College; K.T. Milliken, Rice University; John Anderson, Rice University; Julia Wellner, University of Houston
11:15 AM
Ross Sea Sediment Chronologies Based on Compound-Class (sterol) and Pyrolysis Radiocarbon Dating
B.E. Rosenheim, Tulane University; Jennifer Villinski, BP Egypt; Robert Dunbar, Stanford Univ; Eugene Domack, Hamilton College; John Hayes, Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst
11:30 AM
Interdisciplinary Investigation of the LARsen Ice Shelf System, Antarctica (LARISSA): A New IPY Program
Eugene Domack, Hamilton College; Amy Leventer, Colgate University; Stefanie Brachfeld, Montclair State Univ; Scott Ishman, Southern Illinois Univ; Julia Wellner, University of Houston; Greg Balco, Berkeley Geochronology Center
11:45 AM
Seasonal Ecological Analysis of Seafloor Organic Nutrient Supplies (SEASONS) on the Western Antarctic Peninsula Margin
Scott Ishman, Southern Illinois Univ; Anthony E. Rathburn, Indiana State University; Jonathan Martin, University of Florida
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