Author Archives: alexandrepohl2

Dataset: Cretaceous global climatic fields simulated using the FOAM ocean-atmosphere general circulation model

  Link to repository: https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.904255 A series of ocean-atmosphere simulations for the Cretaceous, freely available and citable with its DOI.

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Publication: Carbonate platform production during the Cretaceous

Link to pdf: Pohletal2020_GSAB

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Publication: Revising the timing and causes of the Urgonian rudistid-platform demise in the Mediterranean Tethys

Link to pdf: Frau2020_Glopacha Highlights: Revision of the age of the final demise of the Urgonian rudistid-platform ecosystem in the Mediterranean Tethys by means of ammonite biostratigraphy. Reconsider the chronology of events and the causative mechanisms for the demise of … Continue reading

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Publication: Extinction intensity during Ordovician and Cenozoic glaciations explained by cooling and palaeogeography

Link to pdf: Saupe2019_NatGeo

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Publication: Global distribution of modern shallow-water marine carbonate factories: a spatial model based on environmental parameters

Link to pdf: Laugie2019_SciRep

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Publication: Marine carbonate factories: a global model of carbonate platform distribution

Link to pdf: Michel2019_IntJEarthSciences

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Thesis Award: André Prud’homme Prize from the Meteo and Climate Association

Very proud to be officially awarded the 2018 André Prud’homme Prize for my PhD thesis entitled ‘Numerical modeling for increased understanding of Ordovician climate’ !

Posted in Award, Climate modeling

Publication: Quantifying the paleogeographic driver of Cretaceous carbonate platform development using paleoecological niche modeling

Highlights: We use a general circulation model to simulate Cretaceous environmental conditions. We identify oceanic regions favorable to the development of platform carbonates. The ecological niche model performs well in the Aptian. It also captures the increase in platform carbonates … Continue reading

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Publication: Ocean Circulation in the Toarcian (Early Jurassic): A Key Control on Deoxygenation and Carbon Burial on the European Shelf

Key Points: The southern European Shelf remained oxygenated during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event. Ocean dynamics, notably the Tethyan clockwise gyre, largely controlled bottom water oxygen concentrations on the European Shelf. Organic carbon burial in the European Shelf likely contributed … Continue reading

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Publication: A sea-level fingerprint of the Late Ordovician ice-sheet collapse

Link to pdf: Pohl2018_Geology

Posted in CEREGE, Climate modeling, GIA, GRISLI, Non classé, Ordovician, Publications