Presentations

Updated list of oral presentations

Keynotes

[5] Pohl A., Nardin, E., Vandenbroucke T.R.A., Donnadieu Y. The Ordovician ocean circulation, a modern synthesis based on data and models. IGCP653 absolutely final meeting 2021, online.

[4] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Ladant J.B., Dumas C., Vandenbroucke T.R.A., Austermann, J. Modeling Ordovician ice sheet and the sea-level fingerprint of its collapse: toward a consistent picture of the Ordovician glaciation. GSA2020, online.

[3] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Ferreira D. The climatic significance of Late Ordovician – Early Silurian black shales. GSA2019, Phoenix, USA.

[2] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Ladant J.B., Dumas C., Vandenbroucke T.R.A. Reconstructing paleoceanography and paleoclimate in the Ordovician: what can we learn from climate models? IGCP 653 “The onset of the Great Ordovician Biodiversity Event” Opening Meeting, Durham (UK).

[1] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Ladant J.B., Dumas C., Vandenbroucke T.R.A. The end-Ordovician glaciation: steppingstone toward a unifying theory for Phanerozoic ice ages. IGCP 591 “The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution” 5th Annual Meeting, Quebec City (Canada).

 

Talks in international meetings

[26] Lettéron, A., Sayago, J., Michel, J., Lanteaume, C., Pohl, A., Laugié, M., Donnadieu, Y., Kenter, J., Borgomano, J. Marine Carbonate Factories and Stratigraphic Response Through Time and Space: Methodology, Examples and Implications. AGU 2020, online.

[25] Stockey, R.G., Pohl, A., Ridgwell, A., Finnegan, S., Sperling, E.A. Decreasing Phanerozoic extinction intensity is a predictable consequence of Earth surface oxygenation and metazoan ecophysiology. GSA 2020, online.

[24] Michel J., Laugié M., Pohl A., Lanteaume C., Borgomano J., Kenter J. Carbonate factories: a model of global carbonate platform distribution. Bathurst 2019, Mallorca, Spain.

[23] Kenter J., Borgomano J., Donnadieu Y., Pohl A., Michel J., Lettéron A., Lanteaume C. Unraveling Carbonates through Time and Space: Reducing Prospect Uncertainty and Optimizing Reservoir Characterization. GSL 2019: Hydrocarbons in space and time, London, UK.

[22] Pohl A., Laugié M., Borgomano J, Michel J., Lanteaume C., Scotese C.R., Frau C., Poli E., Masse J.-P., Donnadieu Y., 2019. Quantifying the palaeogeographical driver of Cretaceous carbonate platforms development using niche modeling. STRATI 2019, Milano (Italy).

[21] Kenter J., Borgomano J., Donnadieu Y., Pohl A., Michel J., Lettéron A., Lanteaume C., Baral, C. Carbonates through Time and Space: Prediction and Reservoir Characterization. IAS 2019, Roma (Italy).

[20] Laugié M., Pohl A., Michel J., Lanteaume C., Scotese C.R., Frau C., Poli E., Masse J.-P., Donnadieu Y., Borgomano J., 2018. Carbonate factory prediction through space and time: A spatial model based on environmental parameters. EGU 2019, Vienna (Austria).

[19] Pohl A., Austermann, J. A sea-level fingerprint of the Late Ordovician ice-sheet collapse. RST2018, Lille (France).

[18] Pohl A., Laugié M., Michel J., Lanteaume C., Scotese C.R., Frau C., Poli E., Masse J.-P., Donnadieu Y., Borgomano J., 2018. Quantifying the palaeogeographical driver of Cretaceous carbonate platforms development using niche modeling. RST 2018, Lille (France).

[17] Pohl A., Harper D.A.T., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Nardin E., Vandenbroucke T.R.A., Servais T., 2017. Using climate modeling to reconstruct possible patterns of primary productivity and ocean circulation during the GOBE. IPC 5, Paris (France).

[16] Pohl A., Laugié M., Michel J., Lanteaume C., Scotese C.R., Frau C., Poli E., Masse J.-P., Donnadieu Y., Borgomano J., 2017. Quantifying the palaeogeographical driver of Cretaceous carbonate platforms development using niche modeling. IPC 5, Paris (France).

[15] Hearing T.W., Pohl A., Williams M., Harvey T.H.P., Donnadieu Y. Coupling palaeoclimate data and numerical climate models to constrain Cambrian palaeogeography. Palass 2017, London (UK).

[14] Saupe E., Qiao H., Farnsworth A., Donnadieu Y., Lunt D.J., Pohl A., Sagoo N., Valdes P., Finnegan S., 2017. Combined climate and ecological niche modeling predicts the relative severity of marine extinctions during three Phanerozoic episodes of climatic cooling. GSA 2017, Seattle (USA).

[13] Ruvalcaba Baroni I., Pohl A. , van Helmond, N.A.G.M., Coe, A., Cohen, A., Donnadieu, Y., Slomp, C.P., 2017. Ocean circulation and biogeochemistry during the Toarcian Oceanic Anoxic Event. Goldschmidt 2017, Paris (France).

[12] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Pucéat E., Moiroud M., Guillocheau F., Deconinck J.-F., Poli E., Borgomano J., 2017. A better-ventilated ocean triggered by Late Cretaceous changes in continental configuration. 10th International Symposium on the Cretaceous (ISC10), Vienna (Austria).

[11] Porada P., Lenton T. M., Pohl A., Weber, B., Mander, L., Donnadieu, Y., Beer, C., Pöschl, U., Kleidon, A., 2017. High potential for weathering and climate effects of non-vascular vegetation in the Late Ordovician. EGU 2017, Vienna (Austria).

[10] Vandenbroucke T.R.A., Hylebos A., Pohl A., Sadler P., Donnadieu Y., Sabbe K., Williams M., Ghienne J.-F., De Weirdt J., McLaughlin P., Emsbo P. Further evidence for a perennial Ordovician ice-house climate and the need for alternative kill mechanisms for the late Ordovician mass extinction. Geological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting 2016, Boulder (USA).

[9] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Ladant J.-B., Dumas C., Alvarez-Solas J., Vandenbroucke T.R.A., 2016. Glacial onset predated Late Ordovician climate cooling. IGCP 591 “The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution” 6th Annual Meeting, Ghent (Belgium).

[8] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Brunetti M., Ferreira D., 2016. Constraints on the changes in Late Ordovician–early Silurian oceanic redox state through palaeoceanographic modelling. IGCP 591 “The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution” 6th Annual Meeting, Ghent (Belgium).

[7] Porada P., Lenton T. M., Pohl A., Weber, B., Mander, L., Donnadieu, Y., Beer, C., Pöschl, U., Kleidon, A., 2016. High potential for chemical weathering and climate effects of early lichens and bryophytes in the Late Ordovician EGU 2016, Vienna (Austria).

[6] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Dumas C.,Ladant J.-B., Buoncristiani J.-F., Vennin E., 2014. Modeling Late Ordovician (445 Ma) climatic changes with the ocean-atmosphere model FOAM and the ice-sheet model GRISLI. Geological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting 2014, Vancouver (USA).

[5] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Dumas C., Buoncristiani J.-F. and Vennin E. Tipping- points in the Ordovician climate, 2014. IGCP 591 “The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution” 4th Annual Meeting, Tartu (Estonia).

[4] Guillon H., Godon C., Goupy B., Pohl A., Buoncristiani J.-F., Mugnier J.-L., 2013. Glacial and periglacial erosion rate inferred from five years of detrital ux monitoring (Bossons stream, Mont-Blanc massif, France). AIG: 8th International Conference in Geomorphology, Paris (France).

[3] Donnadieu Y., Pohl A., Dumas C., Le Hir G., Lefebvre V., Buoncristiani J.-F., 2013. Simulating the Late Ordovician cooling with the ocean-atmosphere model FOAM. IGCP 591 3th Annual Meeting 2013, Lund (Sweden).

[2] Guillon H., Godon C., Goupy B., Pohl A., Buoncristiani J.-F., and Mugnier J.-L., 2013. Periglacial area sediment budget of a rapidly retreating glacier inferred from four years of detrital flux monitoring (Bossons stream, Mont-Blanc massif, France). Congress Moutains under watch 2013, observating climate changes in the Alps, Forte di Bard (Italy).

[1] Mugnier J.-L., Godon C., Buoncristiani J.-F., Guillon H., Trouvé., Pohl A., and Paquette J.-L., 2013. A measurement of the erosion beneath the Glacier des Bossons (Chamonix, France). Congress Moutains under watch 2013, observating climate changes in the Alps, Forte di Bard (Italy).

 

Posters in international meetings

[7] Frau, C., Bulot, L., Pohl, A., Ifrim, C., Wimbledon, W.A. Berriasian ammonites from the type “Ryazanian” (Central Russia) of supposed Tethyan origin: a systematic re-interpretation. JK2018: International Meeting AROUND the Jurassic-Cretaceous Boundary, Geneva (Switzerland).

[6] Pohl A., Austermann, J., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Ladant J.-B., Dumas C., Alvarez-Solas J., Vandenbroucke T.R.A., 2018. Modeling Ordovician ice sheet and the sea-level fingerprint of its collapse: toward a consistent picture of the Ordovician glaciation. EGU2018, Vienna (Austria).

[5] Nardin E., Lefebvre B., Pohl A., 2016. Biogeography of the Late Ordovician blastozoan echinoderms. 60th Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, Lyon (France).

[4] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Ladant J.-B., Dumas C., Alvarez-Solas J., Vandenbroucke T.R.A., 2016. Glacial onset predated Late Ordovician climate cooling. 12th International Conference on Paleoceanography, Utrecht (The Netherlands).

[3] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., Brunetti M., Ferreira D., 2016. Constraints on the changes in Late Ordovician–early Silurian oceanic redox state through palaeoceanographic modelling. 12th International Conference on Paleoceanography, Utrecht (The Netherlands).

[2] Nardin E., Lefebvre B., Makhlouf Y., Pohl A., 2016. Environmental controls of the biogeography of the Ordovicien “cystoids“. IGCP 591 “The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution” 6th Annual Meeting, Ghent (Belgium).

[1] Pohl A., Donnadieu Y., Le Hir G., 2015. Investigating the response of marine living communities to the Ordovician climate changes with the ocean-atmosphere-carbon model MITgcm. IGCP 591 “The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution” 5th Annual Meeting, Quebec City (Canada).