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Séminaire Franco-Allemand : Changements climatiques abruptes au cours des derniers 50000 ans en Europe continentale

Mardi 27 mars 2018, 13H00, Salle -107M

This seminar aims at presenting the latest results of an international collaborative research project between Chrono-Environnmenent lab. and the Technical University of Dresde/Martin Luther University of Halle (Germany). This project focuses on the study of the last glacial-interglacial cycle in Western Central Europe, which is characterized by a complex climate variability at centennial to millennial scales with magnitude and rate of changes similar to changes predicted for the future. It is thus particularly suited for proxy-based paleoclimate approaches and ecosystem response assessment to abrupt climate changes. In this seminar, we will particularly focus on the results from Bergsee Lake, a unique sedimentary archive from Southern Germany (Black Forest).
- Johannes Hepp (PhD student, Chair of Geomorphology, University of Bayreuth, Germany) & Michael Zech (visiting professor, Institute of Agronomy and Nutritional Sciences, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg) « First compound-specific δ2H and δ 18O results from n-alkane and sugar biomarkers derived from Late Glacial to Early Holocene Lake Bergsee sediments. »
- Fanny Duprat-Oualid (doctorante, Chrono-Environnement) “Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles and Heinrich stadials of the last 50 ka reconstructed from the Bergsee pollen record (Black Forest, Germany) »
- Lucas Kämpf (postdoctorant, Chrono-Environnement) « Detrital sediment fluxes recorded in Bergsee sediments in response to climate and vegetation changes from 45 to 10 ka BP. »

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