B (Biogeosciences) » B-PT Paleontology
[B-PT03] [EE] Biomineralization and the Geochemistry of Proxies -Field ecology, Laboratory culture and Paleo
Sat. May 20, 2017 5:15 PM - 6:30 PM Poster Hall (International Exhibition Hall HALL7)
In order to reconstruct the Earth climate system, marine paleoclimatologists resort to transfer functions or geochemical proxies, which are produced or affected by organisms. The relationships used for reconstructions are generally based on field calibrations or derived from laboratory experiments. The danger of these so called empirical relationships is that they maybe valid only within the restricted parameter space of their calibration. Application of proxy relationships to very different environmental settings (e.g. high vs. low latitude or glacial vs. interglacial) requires a mechanistic understanding of these relationships. Much progress can be expected by a better understanding of the biocalcification mechanisms and the incorporation of proxy signals.
In this session we failitate contributions related to the biocalcification, calibration and validation of marine proxies from field study, laboratory culture experiment and paleo environmental reconstruction.
*Ryuji Asami1, Taketo Matsumori1, Shinji Ishihara1, Akira Kinjo1, Daiki Ohshiro1, Tohru Naruse1, Masaru Mizuyama1, Yuji Ise2, Yoshihisa Fujita3, Takashi Sakamaki4 (1.University of the Ryukyus, 2.Nagoya University, 3.Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts, 4.Tohoku University)
*Saori ITO1, Megumi YANO1, Takaaki K WATANABE1, Tsuyoshi WATANABE2,3 (1.Graduate School of Science, Hokkaido University, 2.Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University, 3.Kikai Institute for coral reef sciences)
*Pauline Duros1, Ricardo Silva Jacinto2, Bernard Dennielou2, Sabine Schmidt3, Ruth Martinez Lamas2, Emeric Gautier2, Angelique Roubi2, Nicolas Gayet2 (1.FORAM Study Group, Villevêque (France) & Ifremer Geosciences marines, Plouzané (France), 2.Ifremer Geosciences marines, Plouzané (France), 3.Laboratory EPOC, UMR 5805, University of Bordeaux, Pessac (France))
*Briony L Mamo1 (1.University of Hong Kong)
*Kotaro Hirose1,2, Toshiaki Irizuki3,4, Yukari Ueda5, Yuki Fujihara3, Hiroaki Ishiga3, Koji Seto6 (1.Research Center for Inland Seas & Department of Planetology, Kobe University, 2.Department of Planetology, Kobe University, 3.Department of Geoscience, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Shimane University, 4.Shimane University Museum, 5.Department of Geoscience, Interdisciplinary Faculty of Science and Engineering, Shimane University, 6.Research Center for Coastal Lagoon Environments, Shimane University)
*Runa Sato1,2, Hokuto Iwatani2, Moriaki Yasuhara2, Briony L Mamo2, Lars Reuning3, Stephen J Gallagher4, Masakazu Nara5, Gerald Auer6, Alireza Rastegar Lari7, Fumito Shiraishi8, Exp.356 scientists (1.Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, 2.University of Hong Kong, 3.Energy & Mineral Resources Group, 4.University of Melbourne, 5.Kochi University, 6.University of Graz, 7.Curtin University of Technology, 8.Hiroshima University)
*Tatsuhiko Yamaguchi1 (1.Center for Advanced Marine Core Research, Kochi University)
*Takashi Toyofuku1 (1.Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC))