Alexandre POHL

Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow

I’m a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellow working at University of California Riverside (Riverside, CA, USA) and the Biogéosciences Research Lab (Dijon, France), with Andy Ridgwell and Emmanuelle Pucéat.

As a paleoclimate modeler, I try to understand how and why Earth’s climate changed in the past, especially in the deep time during pre-Cenozoic times, using a wide variety of numerical models. I currently focus on the co-evolution of marine Life and the physical environment at the geological timescale. My primary tool is the EcoGENIE Earth System Model, which I use to study the links between marine planktonic communities and oceanic oxygenation during the Phanerozoic.

news

Nov 2, 2021 📚 Anoxia not responsible for Late Ordovician Mass Extinction (LOME) 2 – published in NatGeo!
Oct 31, 2021 📒 Preprint for our manuscript by Cermeno et al. under evaluation at Nature available on ResearchSquare.
Oct 14, 2021 📒 Preprint for our manuscript under evaluation at Nature available on ResearchSquare.
Oct 5, 2021 📚 Interesting hypothesis to explain the higher Early Paleozoic extinction rates – published in PNAS: here.
Sep 28, 2021 👋 Opportunities for 2021-2022 Master projects in Paleoclimate modeling here!
Sep 20, 2021 🎉 Will start working in February 2022 as a permanent researcher in the Biogéosciences lab in Dijon (France)!
Jun 27, 2021 📚 NatCom paper on Cambrian climate and paleogeography now online – check it out here!