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Rendiconti Online della Società Geologica Italiana
Volume 31/2014

July 2014

CBEP 2014: preface and dedication

Gerald R. Dickens (a) & Valeria Luciani (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 1-2
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.15

Response of terrestrial environment to the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), new insights from India and NE Spain

Thierry Adatte (a), Hassan Khozyem (a,b), Jorge E. Spangenberg (c), Bandana Samant (d) & Gerta Keller (e)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 5-6
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.17

Calcareous nannofossil changes across the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum from IODP Site U1410 (NW Atlantic): Preliminary results

Claudia Agnini (a,b) & Alice Costa (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 7-8
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.18

Low to middle latitude Paleogene calcareous nannofossil biozonation and biochronology

Claudia Agnini (a), Eliana Fornaciari (a), Isabella Raffi (b), Rita Catanzariti (c), Heiko Pälike (d), Jan Backman (e) & Domenico Rio (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 9-10
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.19

Calcareous nannofossil response to climatic changes in the early to middle Eocene

Claudia Agnini (a), Denise K. Kulhanek (b) & Claire L. Shepherd (c,d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 11-12
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.20

Investigating the evolution of the late Palaeogene carbon cycle using biogeochemical modelling and analysis

David Armstrong McKay (a), Toby Tyrrell (a) & Paul A. Wilson (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 13-14
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.21

Response of benthic foraminiferal assemblages to early Eocene hyperthermal events

Gabriela de Jesús Arreguín-Rodríguez (a), Laia Alegret (a,b) & Ellen Thomas (c,d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 15-16
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.22

Are agglutinated benthic foraminifera affected by CaCO3 dissolution? Experiments across the Paleocene-Eocene boundary

Gabriela de Jesús Arreguín-Rodríguez (a) & Laia Alegret (a,b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 17-18
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.23

n-Alkane PETM records from the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming: A core-outcrop comparison

Allison A. Baczynski (a), Francesca A. McInerney (b), Scott L. Wing (c) & the BBCP Science Team (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 19-20
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.24

Three dimensional coupled model approaches to terrestrial methane cycling during Paleogene greenhouse climates

Marcus P.S. Badger (a,b,c), Joy S. Singarayer (d), Paul J. Valdes (a,b,c) & Richard D. Pancost (b,c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 21-22
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.25

Increasing atmospheric CO2 prior to the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum inferred from stomata of Ginkgo adiantoides, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA

Richard S. Barclay (a) & Scott L. Wing (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 23-24
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.26

Reinstatement of the marginal marine carbonate platform in the earliest Tertiary at Duino, Trieste Karst

Chaim Benjamini (a) & Nevio Pugliese (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 25-26
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.27

Geochemical signals in Eocene planktonic foraminifera

Rehemat Bhatia (a), Bridget S. Wade (a), Wolfgang Müller (b), David Evans (b), David J.R. Thornalley (c) & Bradley N. Opdyke (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 27-28
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.28

Is there a causal link between early Eocene opening of the Tasmanian Gateway and the onset of Eocene cooling?

Peter Bijl (a) & Willem Sijp (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 29-30
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.29

Significant continental ice volumes on mid-Paleocene Antarctica? Latitudinal temperature gradients, sea level change and the carbon cycle

Peter Bijl (a), Appy Sluijs (a), Stefan Schouten (b), Gerald R. Dickens (c), Chris J. Hollis (d), Richard E. Zeebe (e), James C. Zachos (f), Paolo Stocchi (b) & Henk Brinkhuis (a,b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 31-32
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.30

Variations in calcareous nannofossil assemblages during the Eocene-Oligocene transition at mid-latitude: Walvis Ridge ODP Site 1263 (Atlantic Ocean)

Manuela Bordiga (a) & Jorijntje Henderiks (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 33-34
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.31

The end of the Paleogene – A new surface-water temperature record for the Oligocene-Miocene Transition from the western Atlantic (IODP Site U1405)

André Bornemann (a), Iris Möbius (b,c), Oliver Friedrich (b,c), Paul A. Wilson (d) & Diederik Liebrand (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 35
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.32

Warming, pelagic food webs and deep-sea biota during the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum in the SE Atlantic (ODP Site 1263)

Flavia Boscolo Galazzo (a), Ellen Thomas (b,c), Mark Pagani (b), Courtney Warren (b), Luca Giusberti (a) & Valeria Luciani (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 36-37
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.33

Strengthening of North Atlantic deep water production from the Norwegian-Greenland Sea at onset of the Eocene cooling trend

Adele J. Cameron (a), Philip F. Sexton (a), Pallavi Anand (a), Manuela A. Fehr (a,b) & Howie D. Scher (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 38-39
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.34

Mammal faunal response to the ETM2 and H2 hyperthermals

Amy Chew (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 40-41
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.35

Bighorn Basin Coring Project (BBCP): An IODP-Style Continental Coring Project Investigating Early Paleogene Hyperthermals

William C. Clyde (a),?? Philip D. Gingerich?? (b), Scott L. Wing (c) & the BBCP Science Team (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 42-43
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.36

Climatic and environmental changes in the Paratethys during Oligocene traced by changes in calcareous nannoplankton assemblages (Molasse Basin, Austria and Kamchia Depression, Bulgaria)

Stjepan ?ori? (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 44-45
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.37

First evidence of the Palaeogene age of the Bosnian Flysch Unit (Dinarides, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Stjepan ?ori? (a) & Josip Beni? (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 46-47
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.38

Strengthening of North Atlantic deep-water production pre-dates onset of Antarctic glaciation

Helen Coxall (a), Caroline Lear (b), Jan Backman (a), Matt O’Regan (a), Claire Huck (c), Tina van De Flierdt (c), Kasia K. Sliwinska (d,e) & James C. Zachos (f)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 48-49
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.39

Early–middle Eocene magneto-biochronology of the Southern Pacific Ocean: new data from the South Island of New Zealand

Edoardo Dallanave (a), Valerian Bachtadse (a), Claudia Agnini (b), Giovanni Muttoni (c), Christopher J. Hollis (d), Benjamin R. Hines (d), Hugh E.G. Morgans (d), C. Percy Strong (d), Lisa Tauxe (e) & James S. Crampton (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 50-51
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.40

Repetitive mammalian dwarfism associated with early Eocene carbon cycle perturbations

Abigail R. D’Ambrosia (a), William C. Clyde (a), Henry C. Fricke (b) & Philip D. Gingerich (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 52-53
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.41

Initial paleohydrological observations from the Paleocene-Eocene boundary at Esplugafreda and Berganuy in northern Spain

Alex Dawson (a), Stephen Grimes (a), Michael Ellis (b), Robert Duller (c), Matthew Watkinson (a), Martin Stokes (a) & Melanie J. Leng (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 54-55
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.42

Stable isotope and benthic foraminiferal records of the Latest Danian Event at ODP Site 1262 (Walvis Ridge)

Arne Deprez (a), Sofie Jehle (b), André Bornemann(b,c) & Robert P. Speijer (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 56-57
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.43

Benthic foraminiferal and isotopic patterns during the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum (Aktulagay section, Kazakhstan)

Arne Deprez (a), Steven Tesseur (a), Peter Stassen (a), Simon D’haenens (a), Etienne Steurbaut (a,b), Christopher King (c), Philippe Claeys (d) & Robert P. Speijer (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 58-59
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.44

Deep-sea benthic foraminiferal turnovers in the early Eocene: The role of the PETM and ETM2

Simon D’haenens (a), André Bornemann (b,c) & Robert P. Speijer (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 60-61
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.45

Continental - island arc fluctuations through time and the Eocene transition from a greenhouse to an icehouse world

Gerald R. Dickens (a), Cin-ty A. Lee (a) & CIA Operatives (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 62-63
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.46

Astronomical calibration of the Danian Stage (Early Paleocene) revisited: settling chronologies across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans

Jaume Dinarès-Turell (a), Thomas Westerhold (b), Victoriano Pujalte (c), Ursula Röhl (b) & Dick Kroon (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 64-65
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.47

Tethyan planktic foraminiferal record of the early Eocene hyperthermal events ETM2, H2 and I1 (Terche section, northeastern Italy)

Roberta D’Onofrio (a), Valeria Luciani (a) Luca Giusberti (b), Eliana Fornaciari (b) & Mario Sprovieri (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 66-67
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.48

PETM related paleoweathering on the southern margins of the North Sea Basin. Examples from the Mons Basin (Belgium) and the Dieppe-Hampshire Basin (Normandy, France)

Christian Dupuis (a), Florence Quesnel (b,c) & Jean-Marc Baele (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 68-69
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.49

Spatial variability of environmental change and the magnitude of biotic responses of planktic foraminifera across the PETM

Kirsty M. Edgar (a,b) & Pincelli M. Hull (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 70
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.50

Quantitative ocean temperatures from foraminifera Mg/Ca over the Eocene-Oligocene transition

David Evans (a), Wolfgang Müller (a), Jonathan Erez (b), Willem Renema (c), Bridget S.Wade (d) & Martin Ziegler (e)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 71-72
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.51

First find of a late Paleocene biraphid diatom: implications for models of diatom evolution

Juliane Fenner (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 73-74
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.52

Onset of Eocene diversity gradients in macroperforate planktonic foraminifera

Isabel S. Fenton (a,b), Paul N. Pearson (c), Tom Dunkley-Jones (d) & Andy Purvis (a,b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 75
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.53

Middle Eocene–Lower Oligocene biostratigraphy and paleoceanography of the Western Equatorial Indian Ocean based on Calcareous Nannofossils, ODP Site 711

Chiara Fioroni (a), Giuliana Villa (b) & Davide Persico (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 76-77
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.54

The Paleocene – Eocene Thermal Maximum: temperature and ecology in the tropics

Joost Frieling (a), Holger Gebhardt (b), Olujide A. Adekeye (c), Samuel. O. Akande (c), Gert-Jan Reichart (a,d), Jack J. Middelburg (a), Stephan Schouten (a,d) & Appy Sluijs (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 78
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.55

Siliceous sponges (Porifera: Hexactinellida, Demospongiae) from Chiampo Valley (Eocene, Lessini Mts, northern Italy): taxonomy, taphonomy and paleoecology

Viviana Frisone (a,b), Andrzej Pisera (c) & Nereo Preto (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 79-80
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.56

Orbital Forcing of Early Eocene dissolution events and Carbon Isotope Excursions from the Contessa Road-Bottaccione composite section (Gubbio, central Italy)

Simone Galeotti (a) & Matteo Moretti (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 81-82
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.57

A unique high resolution lacustrine record of climate and vegetation changes during the EOT. The CDB1 core, Rennes Basin, France

Julie Ghirardi (a,b), Jérémy Jacob (a), Arnaud Huguet (c), Hugues Bauer (b), Claude Le Milbeau (a), Jean-Jacques Chateauneuf (d), Christian Di Giovanni(a) & Florence Quesnel (a,b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 83-84
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.58

Biotic evolution in the North Pacific shelf zones during the Paleogene

Yury B. Gladenkov (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 85-86
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.59

New observations on Eocene diatoms from the Kamchatka region, Russian Far East

Andrey Yu. Gladenkov (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 87-88
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.60

Long-Term Behavior of the Carbonate Compensation Depth Across Early Paleogene Warming

Sarah E. Greene (a), Andy Ridgwell (a), Daniela N. Schmidt (b), Sandra Kirtland Turner (a), Heiko Pälike (c) & Ellen Thomas (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 89-90
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.61

The Relationship between ice volume and CO2 across the Oligocene-Miocene boundary

Rosanna Greenop (a), Gavin L. Foster (a), Paul A. Wilson (a), Sindia M. Sosdian (b) & Caroline H. Lear (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 91-92
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.62

Biostratigraphy of the Lutetian/Bartonian Boundary in the North of Tunisia

Chaima Grira (a), Narjess Karoui-Yaakoub (a,b), Moncef-Saïd Mtimet (a) & Wafa Guesmi (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 93-94
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.63

Bighorn Basin Coring Project (BBCP): Pollen floral changes and organic matter from core - outcrop comparisons through the PETM

Guy J. Harrington (a,b), Phillip E. Jardine (c), Scott L. Wing (d) & the BBCP Science Team (e)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 95-96
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.64

Possible varves in the PETM interval in Denmark

Claus Heilmann-Clausen (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 97-98
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.65

New evidence for NE Atlantic pre-PETM volcanism

Claus Heilmann-Clausen (a), Bo Pagh Schultz (b), Claus Beyer (c), Henrik Friis (a), Petra L. Schoon (d) & Christian Tegner (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 99-100
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.66

Using boron isotopes to characterise past carbon cycle perturbations: the case of the MECO

Michael J. Henehan (a), Kirsty M. Edgar (b), Gavin L. Foster (c), Paul A. Pearson (d), Eleni Anagnostou (c) & Pincelli M. Hull (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 101-102
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.67

The test size and abundance variations in planktonic foraminifera Chiloguembelina cubensis and C. ototara as response to climatic events in the Oligocene

Morana Hernitz Kucenjak (a), Vlasta Premec Fucek (a), Brian T. Huber (b) & Bridget S. Wade (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 103-104
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.68

Fossil Laurelia pollen (Atherospermataceae) from lower Eocene sediments of the Krappfeld (Austria)

Christa-Ch. Hofmann (a) & Hans Egger (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 105-106
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.69

New LM and SEM investigations of pollen and spores from the Brixton drillcores (lowermost Eocene, England)

Christa-Ch. Hofmann (a) & Chris King (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 107-108
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.70

Was the Early Eocene ocean unbearably warm or are the proxies unbelievably wrong?

Christopher J. Hollis (a), Kristina M. Pascher (a,b), Benjamin R. Hines (b), Kate Littler (c,d), Denise K. Kulhanek (e), C. Percy Strong (a), James C. Zachos (c), Stephen M. Eggins (f) & Andy Phillips (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 109-110
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.71

Faunal succession, local correlation and isotopes push the Mammalian Dispersal Event in NW Europe into the cooler latest Paleocene

Jerry J. Hooker (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 111-112
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.72

Seawater neodymium isotope record of Antarctic climate instability during the termination of the Early Eocene Greenhouse

Claire E. Huck (a), Tina van de Flierdt (a), Steven M. Bohaty (b) & Sam Hammond (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 113-114
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.73

Rejuvenating the Paris Basin stratigraphy using “lost” drillings: the δ 13Corg calibration of Upper Thanetian to Lower Ypresian dinocyst events succession

Alina I. Iakovleva (a), Florence Quesnel (b,c), Christine Fléhoc (d) & Christian Dupuis (e)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 117-118
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.75

Expansion of Neotropical Forests during Paleogene Global Warming

Carlos Jaramillo (a) & Andres Cardenas (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 119
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.76

Paleoceanographic reconstruction of the Latest Danian Event at ODP Site 1210 (Shatsky Rise, Pacific Ocean)

Sofie Jehle (a), André Bornemann (a,c), Arne Deprez (b) & Robert P. Speijer (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 120
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.77

Eocene Thermal Maximum 2: benthic ecosystems and ocean circulation in the SE Atlantic Ocean

Suzanne M. Jennions (a), Ellen Thomas (b,c), Daniela N.Schmidt (a), Andy Ridgwell (d) & Daniel J. Lunt (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 121-122
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.78

Toward a better understanding of Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: A multidisciplinary record from Dababiya GSSP, Luxor, Egypt

Hassan Khozyem (a,b), Thierry Adatte (a), Jorge E. Spangenberg (c), Abdel Aziz Tantawy (b) & Gerta Keller (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 123-124
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.79

A high-resolution record of depositional sequences in the PETM in the southern North Sea Basin (NW Europe)

Chris King (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 125-126
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.80

An Earth system model evaluation of carbon emissions across Paleocene hyperthermals vs. the PETM

Sandra Kirtland Turner (a), Sarah E. Greene (a) & Andy Ridgwell (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 127
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.81

Regularity of Palaeogene hyperthermals inconsistent with a temperature threshold for carbon release

Sandra Kirtland Turner (a,b), Philip F. Sexton (c), Chris D. Charles (b) & Richard D. Norris (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 128
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.82

Carbonate dissolution in the deep equatorial Atlantic during the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum

Wendy E.C. Kordesch (a), Steven M. Bohaty (a), Heiko Pälike (b), Thomas Westerhold (b), Ursula Röhl (b), Kirsty M. Edgar (c) & Paul A. Wilson (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 129
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.83

Evidence for the magnetochron C19r hyperthermal event in the northwest Atlantic Ocean: IODP Exp. 342, Site U1408

Wendy E.C. Kordesch (a), Steven M. Bohaty (a), Heiko Pälike (b), Kirsty M. Edgar (c) & Paul A. Wilson (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 130
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.84

Compilation of hydrogen isotopic compositions of leaf wax biomarker records across the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum

Srinath Krishnan (a), Matthew Huber (b) & Mark Pagani (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 131-132
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.85

Tracing terrestrial palaeoclimatic changes - vegetation dynamics of riparian forest in central Europe during late Palaeogene

Lutz Kunzmann (a), Zlatko Kvacek (b), Vasilis Teodoridis (c) & Karolin Moraweck (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 133-134
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.86

High-resolution benthic stable isotope records from ODP Site 1263 in the Southern Atlantic encompassing early Eocene warming events

Vittoria Lauretano (a), James C. Zachos (b) & Lucas J. Lourens (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 135-136
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.87

The Oligocene-Miocene Transient Glaciation: Insights from IODP Expedition 342

Caroline H. Lear (a), Paul A. Wilson (b) & Diederik Liebrand (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 137-138
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.88

Biological stability during maximum marine transgression: the Paleogene - Neogene transition in New Zealand

Daphne E. Lee (a), R. Ewan Fordyce (a), John Conran (b), Tammo Reichgelt (a), Bethany Fox (c) & Elizabeth M. Kennedy (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 139-140
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.89

Possible hyperthermal events (Dan-C2 and Lower 29n) in the lowermost Paleocene of the Brazos River area, Texas

Andrew D. Leighton (a), Malcolm B. Hart (a), Christopher W. Smart (a), Matt Hampton (b) & Melanie J. Leng (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 141-142
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.90

A new age model for the late Paleocene at ODP Site 1263, Walvis Ridge: new stable isotope and calcareous nannofossil data

Kate Littler (a), Melanie Leng (b), Claudia Agnini (c), James C. Zachos (d), Thomas Westerhold (e) & Ursula Röhl (e)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 143-144
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.91

Deterioration of symbiont-bearing morozovellid (planktic foraminifera) habitat recorded within the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum: evidence from the Tethys and sub-tropical Atlantic Ocean

Valeria Luciani (a), Luca Giusberti (b), Eliana Fornaciari (b), Domenico Rio (b), Roberta D’Onofrio (a) & Jan Backman (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 145-146
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.92

A Multi-Proxy Study of the PETM at the Zumaia Section, northern Spain

Hayley R. Manners (a,b), Stephen T. Grimes (a), Paul A. Sutton (a), Tom Dunkley-Jones (c), Richard D. Pancost (d), Melanie J. Leng (e), Phillip Jardine (f), Laura Domingo (g,h,i), Malcolm B. Hart (a) & Nieves Lopez-Martinez (†)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 147-148
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.93

The Late Danian Event at Site 1209: a rapid diversification of calcareous nannofossils

Francesco Miniati (a), Simonetta Monechi (a) & Carlotta Cappelli (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 149-150
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.94

Global increase in export productivity during the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum (MECO)?

Iris Moebius (a,b), Oliver Friedrich (a,b), Kirsty M. Edgar (c) & Phil F. Sexton (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 151-152
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.95

How does leaf morphology reflect palaeoclimate conditions? A quantitative approach tracing terrestrial climate conditions during the Palaeogene

Karolin Moraweck (a), Michaela Grein (b), Wilfried Konrad (c), Johanna Kovar-Eder (d), Lutz Kunzmann (a), Ji?i Kva?ek (e), Christoph Neinhuis (f), Anita Roth-Nebelsick (d), Madeleine Streubig (a) & Christopher Traiser (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 153-154
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.96

Calcareous nannoplankton response at the culmination of the Paleogene greenhouse world

Cherry Newsam (a) & Paul R. Bown (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 155-156
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.97

High-resolution paleotemperature record of the surface ocean from the Eocene-Oligocene boundary of the South Australian Coast

Bradley N. Opdyke (a), Anna M. Haiblen (a) Andrew P. Roberts (a) & Paul A. Wilson (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 157-158
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.98

The Early Eocene Climatic Optimum: chronological constraints and environmental impact at the North Iberian continental margin

Silvia Ortiz (a), Aitor Payros (b), Isabel Millán (c), Javier Arostegui (d), Xabier Orue-Etxebarria (b) & Estibaliz Apellaniz (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 159-160
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.99

Morozovella gorrondatxensis vs Morozovella crater: taxonomy and biostratigraphic significance

Xabier Orue-Etxebarria (a), Aitor Payros (a), Fernando Caballero (a), Estibaliz Apellaniz (a), Victoriano Pujalte (a) & Silvia Ortiz (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 161-162
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.100

First evidence of coral bioconstructions in the Monte Postale succession (Lower Eocene of Lessini Mts., Veneto, northern Italy)

Cesare Andrea Papazzoni (a), Alessandro Vescogni (a), Francesca Bosellini (a), Luca Giusberti (b), Guido Roghi (c) & Stefano Dominici (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 163-164
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.101

The Varignano section (Trento Province, northern Italy): a chance to correlate shallow benthic zones and calcareous plankton zones near the Bartonian–Priabonian boundary

Cesare Andrea Papazzoni (a), Alessandra Moretti (a), Valeria Luciani (b), Eliana Fornaciari (c) & Luca Giusberti (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 165-166
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.102

Southern Ocean endemism evident in Late Eocene radiolarian assemblages, DSDP Site 277, Campbell Plateau (New Zealand)

Kristina M. Pascher (a,b), Christopher J. Hollis (a), Robert M. McKay (b) & Giuseppe Cortese (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 167-168
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.103

Astronomically driven short-term climate change, a factor controlling Eocene turbidite accumulation

Aitor Payros (a) & Naroa Martinez-Braceras (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 169-170
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.104

Testing the metabolic hypothesis: temperature-dependent carbon cycling in the Eocene oceans

Paul N. Pearson (a), Eleanor H. John (a), Jamie D. Wilson (a) & Andy Ridgwell (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 171-172
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.105

Boron proxy constraints on the magnitude of surface ocean acidification during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum

Donald E. Penman (a), Barbel Hönisch (b), Ellen Thomas (c), Richard E. Zeebe (d), D. Clay Kelly (e) & James C. Zachos (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 173-174
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.106

Extremely bad early Eocene weather: Evidence for extreme precipitation from rived deposits

Piret Plink-Björklund (a), Lauren Birgeneier (b) & Evan Jones (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 175-176
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.107

Input of coarse-grained siliciclastics into the Pyrenean Basin during the PETM (1): overview

Victoriano Pujalte (a), Juan Ignacio Baceta (a) & Birger Schmitz (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 177-178
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.108

Input of coarse-grained siliciclastics into the Pyrenean Basin during the PETM (2): a river-dominated fan delta within a carbonate platform system

Victoriano Pujalte (a), Alejandro Robador (b), Aitor Payros (a) & Josep María Samsó (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 179-180
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.109

A prospective Early Late Paleocene event (ELPE) from the expanded Río Gor hemipelagic section (Betic Cordillera, southern Spain): foraminifera, nannofossil and isotopic data

Victoriano Pujalte (a), Xabier Orue-Etxebarria (a), Estibaliz Apellaniz (a), Fernando Caballero (a), Simonetta Monechi (b), Silvia Ortiz (c) & Birger Schmitz (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 181-182
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.110

An unexpected record of the PETM in terrestrial and organic sediments of Avesnois, between the Paris and Belgian Basins, NW Europe

Florence Quesnel (a,b), Jean-Yves Storme (c), Emile Roche (c), Alina Iakovleva (d), Pieter Missiaen (e), Thierry Smith (f),Chantal Bourdillon (g), Jean-Marc Baele (h), Johan Yans (i), Johann Schnyder (j), Paola Iacumin (k), Christine Fléhoc (l) & Christian Dupuis (h)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 183-184
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.111

A Paleocene Pre-onset Carbon Isotope Excursion Recorded in the Shallow Marine Environment of Southern Maryland (USA)

Marci M. Robinson (a), Jean M. Self-Trail (a), Gregory A. Wandless (b) & Debra A. Willard (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 185-186
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.112

A record of fire through the Early Eocene

Brittany E. Robson (a), Margaret E. Collinson (a), Walter Riegel (b), Volker Wilde (c), Andrew C. Scott (a) & Richard D. Pancost (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 187-188
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.113

An organic geochemical investigation of organic matter sources and carbon cycling within Eocene Lake Uinta, Parachute Creek Member, Green River Formation, Uinta Basin

Megan Rohrssen (a), Alice Charteris (a), Gordon N. Inglis (a), Danielle Grogan (b), Richard D. Pancost (a) & Jessica H. Whiteside (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 189-190
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.114

Stacking PEAT; A stacked Nd isotope record for the Paleogene equatorial Pacific

Howie D. Scher (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 191-192
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.115

Deep water composition and water mass mixing in the Paleogene North Atlantic; Results from the Newfoundland ridges

Howie D. Scher (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 193-194
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.116

Comparison between two middle to outer neritic PETM sections: South Dover Bridge and Mattawoman Creek Billingsley Road cores, Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain, USA

Jean M. Self-Trail (a), Marci M. Robinson (a), Debra A. Willard (a), Timothy J. Bralower (b), Lucy E. Edwards (a), David S. Powars (a), Greg A. Wandless (c), Katherine H. Freeman (b) & Elizabeth Denis (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 195-196
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.117

Eocene nannofossil biostratigraphy of the mid-Waipara river section, Canterbury Basin, New Zealand: preliminary results

Claire L. Shepherd (a,b), Denise K. Kulhanek (c) & Christopher J. Hollis (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 197-198
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.118

Cell geometry records the physiological responses of coccolithophores to Paleogene climate change

Rosie M. Sheward (a), Samantha J. Gibbs (a), Paul R. Bown (b), Alex J. Poulton (c), Chris J. Daniels (a), David Higgins (a) & Paul A. Wilson (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 199-200
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.119

Extending lithologic and stable carbon isotope records at Mead Stream (New Zealand) through the Middle Eocene

Benjamin S. Slotnick (a), Gerald R. Dickens (a), Chris J. Hollis (b), James S. Crampton (b), C. Percy Strong (b) & James C. Zachos (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 201-202
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.120

Sub-orbital climate variability in the Late Oligocene North Atlantic Ocean

Richard E. Smith (a), Ursula Röhl (b), Thomas Westerhold (b), Steve M. Bohaty (a) & Paul A. Wilson (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 203
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.121

Large temperature changes on land during Early Eocene hyperthermals

Kathryn E. Snell (a), Henry C. Fricke (b), William C. Clyde (c) & John M. Eiler (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 204-205
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.122

Scrutinizing data on climatic and biotic events of the Paleogene

Robert P. Speijer (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 206-207
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.123

Possible evidence of ice-rafting in the North Atlantic across the Eocene-Oligocene Transition: Preliminary findings from the Newfoundland Margin

James F. Spray (a), Paul A. Wilson (a), Steve M. Bohaty (a) & Ian Bailey (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 208
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.124

Eocene hyperthermals in the North Sea Basin: a Belgian Ypresian perspective

Peter Stassen (a,b), Robert P. Speijer (a), Xavier Devleeschouwer (b), Hemmo A. Abels (c), Chris King (d), Willy Willems (e,†) & Etienne Steurbaut (a,b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 209-210
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.125

Implacement and fluctuations of the Antarctic Ice Sheet across the Eocene-Oligocene transition

Paolo Stocchi (a), Simone Galeotti (b), Jean-Baptiste Ladant (c), Edward Gasson (d), Robert M. DeConto (d), David Pollard (e), Maria Rugenstein (f), Bert L.A.Vermeersen (a) & Henk Brinkhuis (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 211-212
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.126

The Paleocene-Eocene transition in Bulgaria: inference from calcareous nannofossils

Kristalina Stoykova (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 213-214
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.127

Early Paleogene Pacific Deep-water Lead Isotope Variations – Implications for the Evolution of Water Mass Composition

Deborah J. Thomas (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 215-216
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.128

Temperature, seasonality and salinity history of the early Eocene North Sea Basin inferred from fish otoliths and mollusks

Daan Vanhove (a,b), Robert P. Speijer (a), Etienne Steurbaut (a,b), Philippe Claeys (c) & Linda Ivany (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 217-218
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.129

Unravelling volcanism and impact related environmental change in the latest Maastrichtian and early Danian

Johan Vellekoop (a), Jan Smit (b), Selen Esmeray (c), Kenneth G. Miller (c), James V. Browning (c), Bas Van De Schootbrugge (a), Jaap S. Sinnighe-Damsté (d,e) & Henk Brinkhuis (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 219-220
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.130

Antarctic glacial history and Southern Ocean productivity during the Middle Eocene - Late Oligocene

Giuliana Villa (a), Chiara Fioroni (b), Davide Persico (a), Andrew P. Roberts (c) & Fabio Florindo (d)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 221-222
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.131

Ypresian isopod crustaceans from Monte Bolca and Monte Postale (Italy)

Ronald Vonk (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 223-224
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.132

Status and perspectives integrating marine and terrestrial archives

Thomas Westerhold (a), Ursula Röhl (a), James C. Zachos (b) & Jaume Dinare?s-Turell (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 225
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.133

Climate and oceanography of the Tasmanian Gateway during the Middle Eocene Climatic Optimum (MECO)

Lineke Woelders (a), Appy Sluijs (b) & Peter Bijl (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 226-227
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.134

Benthic foraminiferal, sea level and climate change across the Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary at Brazos River, Texas

Lineke Woelders (a), Robert Speijer (a) & Philippe Claeys (b)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 228-229
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.135

Chemostratigraphy (δ13Corg, δ13Cinorg, δ18OPO4) of the phosphate series from the Ouled Abdoun Basin, Morocco: constraints and significance for earliest known African placental mammals

Johan Yans (a), László Kocsis (b), Emmanuel Gheerbrant (c), M’Barek Amaghzaz (d), Baadi Bouya (d), Henri Cappetta (e), Paola Iacumin (f), Mustapha Mouflih (g), Omar Selloum (d), Sevket Sen (c), Corentin Noiret (a) & Jean-Yves Storme (a,h)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 230-231
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.136

Paleogene Climate, Biota, and the Carbon Cycle: Progress and Promise

James C. Zachos (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 232-233
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.137

Stepped carbon isotope excursion during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum triggered initially by volcanic CO2 emission

Qinghai Zhang (a,b), Xiaoxia Xu (a), Helmut Willems (a), Lin Ding (b), Xiaolei Liu (c) & Kai-Uwe Hinrichs (c)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 234-235
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.138

I/CA in Planktic Foraminifera: Evidence for upper ocean deoxygenation during the Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum

Xiaoli Zhou (a), Ellen Thomas (b,c), Rosalind E.M. Rickaby (d), Arne Winguth (e) & Zunli Lu (a)

Volume: 31/2014
Pages: 236-237
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3301/ROL.2014.139