Earth System Processes 2 (8–11 August 2005)
Session No. 41 Wednesday, August 10, 2005
1:30 PM-4:30 PM, Westin Hotel: Mayfair

T6. Marine Anoxia over Geologic Time—Where, When, Why, and Cause and Effect Relationships to the Evolving Biosphere II

Timothy W. Lyons, Bradley Sageman and Ariel Anbar, Presiding
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41-11:30 PM KEYNOTE: MO-TOC COVARIATION IN MODERN ANOXIC MARINE ENVIRONMENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ANALYSIS OF PALEOREDOX AND -HYDROGRAPHIC CONDITIONS: ALGEO, Thomas J., Univ of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0013, thomas.algeo@uc.edu and LYONS, Timothy W., Earth Sciences, University of California, Riverside, 1462 Geology, Riverside, CA 92521-0423
41-22:10 PM POSSIBLE IMPACT OF HYDROTHERMAL BRINE DISCHARGE EVENTS ON SULFUR ISOTOPES IN MARINE BASINS AND THE GLOBAL OCEANS: JOHNSON, Craig A., US Geological Survey, Box 25046, MS 963, Denver, CO 80225, cjohnso@usgs.gov and EMSBO, Poul, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO 80225
41-32:30 PM COULD EXHALATION OF HYDROTHERMAL BASIN BRINES TRIGGER GLOBAL ANOXIA?: EMSBO, Poul, U.S. Geol. Survey, Box 25046 MS-973, Denver, CO 80225, pemsbo@usgs.gov.
 2:50 PM Break
41-43:10 PM REDOX ZONATION IN THE ANOXIC OCEAN: WILDE, Pat, Pangloss Foundation, 1735 Highland Place, Berkeley, CA 94709, pat.wilde.td.57@aya.yale.edu and QUINBY-HUNT, Mary S., Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Berkeley, CA 94709
41-53:30 PM MODELLING THE INFLUENCE OF SEA LEVEL RISE ON ORGANIC CARBON BURIAL: BJERRUM, Christian J., Geological Institute, University of Copenhagen, Oster Voldgade 10, Copenhagen K DK-1350 Denmark, cjb@geol.ku.dk.
41-63:50 PM GRAPTOLITES: POTENTIAL INDICATORS OF HYPOXIA-ANOXIA: BERRY, William B.N., Earth and Planetary Science, Univ of California, 307 McCone MC 4767, Berkeley, CA 94720, bberry@uclink.berkeley.edu.
41-74:10 PM MOLECULAR EVIDENCE OF PHOTIC-ZONE EUXINIC CONDITIONS DURING DEPOSITION OF DEVONIAN BLACK SHALES OF THE APPALACHIAN BASIN: CARMO, Ana M. and RIMMER, Susan M., Geological Sciences, Univ of Kentucky, 101 Slone Building, Lexington, KY 40506-0053, acarmo@uky.edu

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