In the March edition of the PAGES newsletter, you can read about working group news, with a number of upcoming deadlines.
"A global synthesis of high-resolution stable isotope data from benthic foraminifera of the last deglaciation"
Authors: Muglia J, Mulitza S, Repschläger J, Schmittner A, Lembke-Jene L, Mix A, Saraswat R, Sikes E, Waelbroeck C, Gottschalk J, Lippold J, Lund D, Martinez-Mendez G, Michel E, Muschitiello F, Naik S, Okazaki Y, Stott L, Voelker A, and Zhao N
*Expressions of interest, leadership, and meetings for vegetation, paleogeography*
Below is an email from current DeepMIP-Eocene leader, Dan Lunt, sent to the DEEPMIP mailing list on 10 March 2023:
"Relative sea level response to mixed carbonate-siliciclastic sediment loading along the Great Barrier Reef margin"
Authors: Lin Y, Whitehouse PL, Hibbert FD, Woodroffe SA, Hinestrosa G and Webster JM
The PAGES Early-Career Network (ECN) invites members to participate in a survey to assist in planning future activities and find out what you do (and don't) already know about the ECN.
PAGES invites you to submit an abstract to a poster session hosted by PAGES on "What was the climate like in the past? What does this tell us about the future?".
The event will take place in Kigali, Rwanda from 23 - 27 October 2023.
Leonhard and Agiadi have published a paper in Geological Society, London, Special Publications: Conservation Palaeobiology of Marine Ecosystems.
There are a number of PAGES working group deadlines coming up for planned workshops.
In the PAGES February newsletter, we welcome our new Science Officer, and remind everyone who is interested in learning more about PAGES working group activities to register for the PAGES symposium by 4 May. This is a free event, but registration is mandatory.
Palaeontological evidence for community-level decrease in mesopelagic fish size during Pleistocene climate warming in the eastern Mediterranean
By: Agiadi K, Quillévéré F, Nawrot R, Sommeville T, Coll M, Koskeridou E, Fietzke J and Zuschin M.