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A milestone reached: the tenth CycloPod on www.cyclostratigraphy.org already. This month, we have Jaqueline Ferreira from São Paolo (Brazil) telling us about surprising responses of Brazilian rainfall and ecosystems to astronomical forcing. This podcast is based on her 2022 Quaternary Science...
Published 04/24/22
Our ninth CycloPod on www.cyclostratigraphy.org has Arne Ulfers as our guest (LIAG, Hannover, Germany). Half-precession cycles usually have a low-latitude origin, but can also be observed outside of the tropics. In his 2022 Quaternary Science Reviews paper, Arne figures out how far north...
Published 03/26/22
Podcast number 8 on www.cyclostratigraphy.org is by Simin Jin (China University of Geosciences Wuhan). In her 2022 Earth and Planetary Science Letters paper, Simin investigates the most expanded Paleocene - Eocene Thermal Maximum section known to date: a siliciclastic turbidite sequence from the...
Published 02/22/22