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No photo Andy Ridgwell
Bristol University

Session convenor: 14d 14h

Abstracts by this author at Goldschmidt2013

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Multiple Pools of Reduced Carbon can be Released during Hyperthermals 14h/09:30/Tu
Pancost R, Badger M, Naafs D, Froehner S, Castro J-M, De Gea G, Quijano M-L, Aguado R, Lowson C & Ridgwell A



Abstracts submitted to previous conferences

Below are all abstracts at recent previous conferences in the conference archives authored by andy@seao2.org.

(2015) Invited: Eocene Seawater pH – Atmospheric CO2 Reconstructions Using Boron Isotopes in Planktonic Foraminifera
Anagnostou E, John E, Edgar K, Pearson P, Ridgwell A, Inglis G, Pancost R, Lunt D & Foster G

(2015) Impact of Oceanic Anoxia and High pCO2 on the Marine Nitrogen Cycle during the Early Cretaceous
Monteiro F, Naafs D, Pancost R, Pearson A, Ridgwell A & Higgins M

(2015) Interpreting PETM Surface Ocean pH Change as a Function of Carbon Release Rate
Kirtland Turner S, Ridgwell A & Greene S


(2015) Linking Marine Carbonate Preservation to Past Climate Through the Filter of the Biological Pump
Greene S, Arndt S, Kirtland Turner S & Ridgwell A

(2015) Source and Magnitude of Carbon Release Associated with the PETM
Gutjahr M, Sexton PF, Ridgwell A, Anagnostou E, Pearson PN, Pälike H, Norris RD, Thomas E & Foster GL

(2015) Invited: The Global Weathering Thermostat: Fact, Fiction, and Computer Models
Ridgwell A, Greene S, Kirtland Turner S & Pogge Von Strandmann P

(2014) Long-Term Stability of the Carbonate Compensation Depth Across the Late Paleocene-Early Eocene Warming Trend
Greene SE, Ridgwell AJ, Kirtland Turner S, Schmidt DN, Pälike H & Thomas E


(2014) Ocean Anoxia and the Biological Pump
Meyer K, Ridgwell A & Payne J




(2013) Invited: Glacial-Interglacial Changes in Ocean Carbonate Chemistry Constrained by Boron Isotopes, Trace Elements, and Modelling
Rae J, Adkins J, Foreman A, Charles C, Ridgwell A, Foster G, Schmidt D & Elliott T



(2013) Multiple Pools of Reduced Carbon can be Released during Hyperthermals
Pancost R, Badger M, Naafs D, Froehner S, Castro J-M, De Gea G, Quijano M-L, Aguado R, Lowson C & Ridgwell A

(2013) Response of the Biological Pump to Elevated Ocean Temperatures during the Eocene
John E, Pearson P, Wade B, Coxall H, Foster G, Wilson J & Ridgwell A

(2013) The Biological Pump and Evolution of Marine Animal Ecosystems
Meyer K, Ridgwell A & Payne J

(2012) A Spatially-Structured Model for Proterozoic Ocean Biogeochemistry
Daines S, Ridgwell A & Lenton T

(2012) Boron Isotope Constraints on Deglacial Deepwater Formation and CO2 Release from the North Pacific
Rae J, Ridgwell A, Foster G, Sarnthein M, Grootes P & Elliott T


(2011) Quantifying Ocean Acidification during the Palaeogene Hyperthermals
Foster L, Schmidt D, Ridgwell A, Thomas E, Coath C, Hinton R & Scott T



(2008) Constraints on the Carbon Cycle Changes during the PETM
Schmidt DN, Ridgwell A, Kasemann S & Thomas E


(2008) Reconciling 14C Timescales for Marine Isotope Stage 3
Richards D, Beck W, Hoffmann D, Smart P, Singarayer J, Ridgwell A & Valdes P