Conferences and Meetings
CASP staff and scientific partners frequently present the non-confidential aspects of CASP research at national and international academic and industry conferences and meetings.
Current and upcoming conferences are listed below. Please browse our meeting archive for older entries.
|van Dijk, J., Fernandez, A., Bernasconi, S.M., Passey, S.R. and White, T.S.||Hot Topics Increased Poleward Atmospheric Latent Heat Transport During the Latest Paleocene/Earliest Eocene||Conference Poster|
|Nützel, A. and Schneider, S.||The oldest cowrie – an early African immigrant to Italy?||Conference Poster|
|Linse, U. and Schneider, S.||The Pleistocene Bivalvia of Rhodes||Conference Poster|
|Schneider, S. and Werner, W.||Where the Diceras dwells… : The hippuritid fauna of the ‘Kelheimer Diceras-Kalk’||Conference Poster|
|Schneider, S., Kelly, S.R.A., Herrle, J., Hülse, P., Ingrams, S., Jolley, D., Mutterlose, J., Schroder-Adams, C.J. and Lopez-Mir, B.||Cretaceous cold start: the Jurassic–Cretaceous transition in the Rollrock Section, Sverdrup Basin, Canadian Arctic Archipelago||Conference Talk|
|Hoyle, T.M., Leroy, S.A.G., López-Merino, L., van Baak, C.G.C. and Richards, K.||Environmental trends and taphonomic pitfalls in the palynology of the Productive Series and Akchagylian of Azerbaijan||Conference Talk|
|Guest, B., Jawadi, H.R. and Ashtiani, M.E.||Slip-Sense Inversion in Iran: Implications for Eurasian Tectonics and Petroleum Systems across the Region||Conference Talk|
|Vincent, S.J., Barabadze, T.G., Morton, A.C., Hyden, F., Kaye, M. and Carter, A.||The Geological Evolution of West Georgia and the Petroleum Potential of the easternmost Black Sea||Conference Talk|
|Pierce, C., Schneider, S., Hyden, F. and Morton, A.C.||The Cretaceous deep-water carbonate to siliciclastic transition in the Senegal Basin – insights into provenance, sediment routing and depositional mechanisms from outcrop and core.||Conference Paper|
|Pointon, M.A., Flowerdew, M.J., Schneider, S., Hülse, P., Whitehouse, M.J. and Millar, I.L.||They came from near and far: altered volcanic ash layers within the Late Cretaceous Kanguk Formation, Sverdrup Basin||Conference Paper|