Program for Session 07c

Monday 15th August AM: Floor 2 / Terrace 2

07c (Oral): Coevolution of Life and the Environment in the Late Neoproterozoic to Early Phanerozoic
Session chaired by David Fike, Matthew Hurtgen & Gordon Love

09:30  Pre-Sturtian Euxinia and Ocean Chemistry: Evidence from the Coppercap Formation in the Northwest Territories, Canada
Thomas K, Hallmann C, Macdonald F, Summons R & Ono S
09:45  Long Period Oscillations in the Neoproterozoic Carbon Cycle
Mills B, Watson A, Goldblatt C, Boyle R & Lenton T
10:00  Neoproterozoic Ice Ages, Boron Isotopes, and Ocean Acidification
Kasemann S, Prave A, Fallick A, Hawkesworth C & Hoffmann KH
10:15  Re-Os Geochronology of the Neoproterozoic Coppercap and Twitya Formations: Implications for the Rapitan-Sturtian Glaciation
Rooney A, Macdonald F & Selby D
10:30  Re-Os Geochronology of Black Shales from the Neoproterozoic Doushantuo Formation, Yangtze Platform, South China
Zhu B, Becker H, Jiang S-Y, Pi D & Fischer-Gödde M
10:45  Chromium Isotopes as an Indicator of Redox Conditions in the Cryogenian Shallow Oceans
Bonnand P, Parkinson I, James R & Fairchild I
11:00  Putative Cryogenian Ciliates from Mongolia
Bosak T, Macdonald F, Lahr D & Matys E
11:15  An Oxygen Window for Early Ediacaran Animal Life
Sahoo SK, Jiang G, Kendall B, Planavsky N, Wang X, Shi X, Anbar A & Lyons T
11:30  Keynote: Coevolution of Early Animals and Environment
Butterfield N
12:00  Controls on Early Biomineralisation: Oxygen and Competition
Wood R, Prave A, Hoffman C, Lyne J, Clarkson M & Kasemann S

Monday 15th August PM: Floor 2 / Terrace 2

07c (Oral): Coevolution of Life and the Environment in the Late Neoproterozoic to Early Phanerozoic
Session chaired by David Fike, Matthew Hurtgen & Gordon Love

14:00  Transient Oxic Conditions Amid Ferruginous Deep Waters after the Cryogenian Sturtian Glaciation Evidenced from Fe-C-S Proxies
Li D, Ling H, Shields G, Och L & Poulton S
14:15  A Sulfidic Driver for the Late Ordovician Extinction
Hammarlund E, Dahl T, Harper D, Bond D, Bjerrum C & Canfield D
14:30  Carbonate-Associated Sulfate: A Seawater Proxy with Potential and Weaknesses
Wotte T, Strauss H & Shields G

Monday 15th August PM: Floor 2 / Poster Area

07c (Poster): Coevolution of Life and the Environment in the Late Neoproterozoic to Early Phanerozoic

2007  Records of Sulfur Isotopic Composition and their Significance from the Permian Strata at Shangsi Section of Guangyuan, Sichuan
Huang J, Li P, Zhao L, Zhou L & Cao J
2008  Large Sulfur Isotope Fractionation Does not Require Disproportionation
Sim MS, Ono S & Bosak T
2009  Constraining the Fidelity of Sulfate-Oxygen in the Geological Record
Rennie V & Turchyn A
2010  The Role of Sulfur in Triggering Early Neoproterozoic Oxygenation
Hurtgen M, Swanson-Hysell N, Halverson G & Maloof A
2011  The Geographic and Stratigraphic Record of Ordovician δ13Ccarb in Outcrops and the Subsurface of Anticosti Island, Canada
Fike D, Jones D & Fischer W
2012  Coupled High-resolution δ13Ccarb and 87Sr/86Sr Chemostratigraphy on the North American Craton: Identifying the Source of the Late Ordovician Guttenberg Isotopic Carbon Excursion
Metzger JG & Fike D
2013  Late Ordovician to Lower Silurian Transition in Valongo Anticline (Northern Portugal): Evidences of an Erosional Unconformity Previous to the Silurian Sea Level Rise
Couto H & Lourenço A
2014  Montalto Formation: A Middle Cambrian to Basal Ordovician Sequence in Dúrico-Beirã Area (Northern Portugal)
Couto H
2015  An Attempt to Trace the Redox State of the Post Marinoan Glaciation (≈635Ma) Ocean at the Araras Platform (Brazil)
Sansjofre P, Ader M, Trindade R, Reuschel M & Nogueira A
2016  What Role did Methane Seeps Play in the Formation of the Doushantuo Cap Carbonate?
Chu X, Huang J & Lyons T
2017  Controls on Isotope and Trace Element Systematics of Slope Facies Ediacaran carbonates,Yangtze Platform (South China)
Baero W, Becker H & Wiechert U
2018  Rare Earth Elements of Precambrian-Cambrian Phosphorites from the Yangtze Platform (S. China)
Hippler D & Franz G
2019  Re-Os Isotopes and Redox-Sensitive Elements of the Himalayan Black Shales: Implications to Marine Anoxia Near the Pc-C Boundary
Tripathy GR & Singh SK
2020  Paleoredox Changes of the Yangtze Sea during the Ordovician-Silurian Transition and its Deposition of Black Shales, South China
Liqin Z