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Quaternary Dinoflagellate Cyst Association

DINOQUA preliminary members list

Name

Institute

E-mail address ([at]=@)

Research topics

Alexandra Kraberg

AWI Bremerhaven

 

 

 

Ana Amorim

Instituto Oceanografia Faculdade Ciências de Lisboa

 

 

André Rochon

ISMER-UQAR

andre_rochon[at]uqar.qc.ca

Paleoecology, paleoclimatology, paleoceanography of Arctic regions, quantitative reconstructions, cyst-theca relationships

Andrea Fischel

Aarhus Universitet

 

 

Anna Pienkowski-Furze

Institution: University of Alberta

 

 

Anne de Vernal

GEOTOP, Université du Québec à Montréal

devernal.anne[at]uqam.ca

High latitude paleoceanography

Annemiek Vink

Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR)

Annemiek.vink[at]bgr.de

Late Quaternary and Holocene palaeoecology/-climatology; organic-walled and calcareous dinocysts

Aurélie Penaud

UMR/ CNRS 5805 "EPOC"

 

 

Durugbo Ernest Uzodimma

Department of Botany and Microbiology, University of Lagos, Nigeria

ernestduru[at]yahoo.com

Palynology and sequence analysis of Miocene through Pleistocene sediments from the Western Niger Delta Nigeria

Ekaterina Novichkova

Institute of Oceanology, Moscow

 

 

Fabienne Marret

University of Liverpool

 

 

Francesca Sangiorgi

Utrecht University

f.sangiorgi[at]uu.nl

 

Gianluca Marino

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB)

Gianluca.Marino[at]uab.cat

 

Ilham Bouimetarhan

Bremen university, RCOM

 

 

Jens Matthiessen

AWI Bremerhaven

 

 

Kari Grøsfjeld

NGU

 

 

Karin Zonneveld

Universität Bremen

zonnev[at]uni-bremen.de

Dinoflagellate cysts to reconstruct (palaeo-)ecosystem and palaeo-climatic evolution.
Species selective aerobic degradation of marine palynomorphs to quantify past marine export production and bottom water oxygen concentrations.
Isotopic and elemental analysis of fossil phytoplankton to reconstruct marine upper water properties.
Palynology to establish land-sea correlations

Katarzyna Kamila Sliwinska

Århus University

 

 

Kazumi Matsuoka

Institute for East China Sea Research (ECSER), Nagasaki University

kazu-mtk[at]nagasaki-u.ac.jp

Taxonomy of fossil and modern dinoflagellates

Kenneth Mertens

University of Ghent

Kenneth.Mertens[at]ugent.be

Paleoclimate reconstruction during Late Quaternary in Caribbean, Black Sea and Gulf of Cadiz, dinocysts as salinity proxy

Koen Verhoeven

University of Ghent

Koen.Verhoeven[at]ugent.be

Land-Sea correlation using pollen and dinocysts in Iceland during Late-Pliocene-Pleistocene

Laurent Londeix

Université Bordeaux 1

 

 

Marianne Ellegaard

University of Copenhagen

 

 

Marion Kohn

University of Bremen

 

 

Martin Head

Brock University

mjhead[at]brocku.ca

Dinoflagellate cysts and their application late Cenozoic marine paleoenvironmental reconstruction, and the petroleum industry

Monika Kodrans-Nsiah

University of Bremen

 

 

Nicolas Van Nieuwenhove

IFM-Geomar

 

 

Niels Poulsen

GEUS

nep[at]geus.dk

Quaternary stratigraphy, palaeoecology and -climatology.
(Jurassic and Miocene-Pliocene stratigraphy).

Rex Harland

U.K.

 

 

Sandrine Solignac

GEOTOP-UQÀM-McGill

 

 

Sofia Santos Ribeiro

Universidade de Lisboa

 

 

Stephen Louwye

University of Ghent

Stephen.Louwye[at]ugent.be

Organic walled phytoplankton of Paleogene depositions of the Belgian basins & bordering environments (biostratigraphy, paleoenvironment)+ cysts of dinoflagellates from shallow marine Neogene depositions from the Southern North Sea basin (biostratigraphy, paleoecology)

Stijn De Schepper

Universität Bremen

 

 

Taoufik Radi

Université du Québec à Montréal

 

 

Tatiana Klyuvitkina

Moscow State University

 

 

Ulrike Holzwarth

University of Bremen

 

 

Vera Pospelova

University of Victoria

vpospe[at]uvic.ca

Research topics: Late Quaternary Paleoecology, Paleoclimatology, Paleoceanography of Eastern Pacific, reconstruction of paleoproductivity, coastal eutrophication and pollution.




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