High Resolution Proxies of Paleoclimate Meeting, 2015


SIMS and laser techniques provide a new level of climate resolution through analysis of isotope ratio and trace element compositions at micron-scale. In situ analysis permits correlation of imaging with geochemistry and selection of features that could not otherwise be interrogated. These recent advances yield improved temporal resolution and promise an important new level of understanding for many paleoclimate proxies. The workshop will be conducted in parallel with tutorial demonstrations of the IMS-1280 Ion Microprobe in the WiscSIMS Lab. The goals of the meeting are to explore new capabilities and new applications of in situ analysis to paleoclimate and to acquaint participants with SIMS techniques.

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Mon. June 1 Room A140, Weeks Hall Morning Session (Chair: Ian Orland)
9:00 - 9:20John Valley Welcome and Introduction
9:20 - 10:20Noriko KitaTutorial SIMS Basics
10:20 - 10:40Ian Orland & Kouki KitajimaWiscSIMS-Live Part 1
10:40 - 11:00Break
11:00 - 12:00John ValleyTutorial In situ isotope geochemistry by SIMS: Accuracy vs. Precision
Afternoon Session (Chair: John Valley)
2:00 - 3:00Richard AlleyKeynote Abrupt climate change: An update, and challenges for high-resolution sampling
3:00 - 3:20Jack Williams, Kevin Burke, and Matt McGlone Extrinsic and intrinsic causes of past abrupt changes in terrestrial ecosystems
3:20 - 3:40Break
3:40 - 4:10Margaret SchoeningerKeynote Paleoclimate and tooth enamel. Where do we go from here?
4:10 - 4:30Melanie Beasley, Ian Orland, John Valley, and Margaret SchoeningerSIMS reveals diagenesis and seasonal paleoprecipitation at Allia Bay, Kenya 3.97 Ma
4:30 - 4:50Ian Orland & Kouki KitajimaWiscSIMS-Live Part 2
4:50 - 5:10Jake Cammack, Kouki Kitajima, Adam Denny, and Ben Linzmeier A 5 cm2 field area: QGIS as a tool for the integration of microanalytical data
Tue. June 2 Room A140, Weeks Hall Morning Session (Chair: Reinhard Kozdon)
9:00 - 10:00Ian Orland Tutorial Developments and challenges in ion microprobe studies of speleothems and biocarbonates
10:00 - 10:20Yongli Gao, Harry Rowe, Jessica Buckles, Hai Cheng, and Lawrence EdwardsHigh resolution paleoclimate records from Yucatán speleothems spanning the past 2000 years
10:20 - 10:40Mellissa Cross, David McGee, Wallace Broecker, Jay Quade, Jeremy Shakun, Hai Cheng, Yanbin Lu, Lawrence EdwardsRecords of paleoclimate and paleohydrology from slow-growth Great Basin Speleothems
10:40 - 11:00Break
11:00 - 11:30Ronald Amundson, Erik Oerter, Warren Sharp, Jessica Oster, Angela Ebeling, John Valley, Reinhard Kozdon, Ian Orland, Kenneth Ludwig, John Hellstrom, Jon Woodhead, Janet Herget, Oliver Chadwick Keynote High resolution paleoclimate records from laminated carbonates in soils
11:30 - 11:50Erik Oerter, Angela Ebeling, Ronald Amundson Pedothem carbonates record the aridification of the Atacama Desert
11:50 - 12:10David Fike The environmental importance of microbial sulfate reduction and disproportionation: Insights from SIMS-based δ34S measurements
Afternoon Session (Chair: Howard Spero)
1:40 - 2:10Kim Cobb, Luke Chambers, Amelia Longo, Ellery Ingall, Jessica Moerman, Stacy Carolin, Nele Meckler, Jess Adkins, Victoria Smith, Lydia Finney, Syria Lejau, Jenny Malang, Andrew Tuen, Alison Pritchard Keynote The Toba super-eruption: Micro-scale traces of a global-scale climate event?
2:10 - 2:40Reinhard Kozdon, Clay Kelly, Howard Spero, and John Valley Keynote Getting the big picture from a small spot: Multi-proxy, multi-instrument in situ measurements in foraminifera
2:40 - 3:00Samantha Bova, Timothy Herbert, Baylor Fox-KemperAssessing the natural variability of the deep ocean using individual benthic foraminifera
3:00 - 3:30Clay Kelly, Reinhard Kozdon, Jody Wycech, and John Valley Keynote Forams Forever: use of SIMS δ18O and EPMA Mg/Ca analyses of planktic foraminiferal shells to reconstruct the hydrological cycle during past climate states
3:30 - 5:30Posters
Wed. June 3 Room A140, Weeks Hall Morning Session (Chair: Clay Kelly)
9:00 - 10:00Howard Spero Keynote Quantifying isotopic variations in cultured planktic foraminifera at the micron scale
10:00 - 10:20Lael Vetter, Brad Rosenheim, Alvaro Fernández, and Torbjörn TörnqvistMarsh Madness: An early Holocene sea-level record from peat and paleosols in southeastern Louisiana
10:20 - 10:40Jody Wycech, Clay Kelly, Reinhard Kozdon, and John ValleyCalibration of in situ SIMS δ18O values to whole shell δ18O compositions using Holocene planktic foraminifera
10:40 - 11:00Break
11:00 - 11:30Alexander Gagnon Keynote The impact of small-scale heterogeneity on proxies in biomineral archives
11:30 - 11:50Ann Russell, Jennifer Fehrenbacher, Howard Spero, Alex Gagnon Identifying cultured foraminiferal calcite for geochemical paleotemperatures calibrations using 87Sr
11:50 - 12:10Hussein Sayani, Kim Cobb, Anne Cohen, Brian Monteleone, Heather CrespoReliable Sr/Ca estimates from scleractinian corals using SIMS: Challenges and implications
Posters Tue. June 2, 3:30PM - 5:30PM
Céline Defouilloy, Noriko Kita, Peter Sobol, Neal Lord, Travis Tenner, and Daisuke NakashimaNew WiscSIMS IMS 1280 100 nm-resolution primary beam deflection system, for accurate aiming of returned samples
Adam Denny, Reinhard Kozdon, Kouki Kitajima, Maciej Sliwinski, Mike Spicuzza, and John Valleyδ18O and δ13C-zoned carbonate cements as records of porewater temperature and composition in siliciclastics: In-situ SIMS analyses from early Paleozoic sandstones in the Illinois Basin, USA
Kouki Kitajima, Ariel Strickland, Michael Spicuzza, and John ValleyImprovement in matrix correction of δ18O analysis by SIMS for pyralspite and Cr-pyrope garnets
Benjamin Linzmeier, Reinhard Kozdon, Shanan Peters, and John ValleyVariability of oxygen isotope ratios on the scale of tens of microns in Nautilus shell aragonite
Kerry McLeran, Liliana Lefticariu, Matthew Therrell, and Justin Schoofδ18O analysis in tree rings of Pterocarpus angolensis growing in Zimbabwe
Ian Orland, Lawrence Edwards, Hai Cheng, Reinhard Kozdon, and John ValleyA spatial gradient of seasonal monsoon signals in East Asian speleothems
Ian Orland, Reinhard Kozdon, Ben Linzmeier, Jody Wycech, Maciej Sliwinski, Kouki Kitajima, Noriko Kita, and John ValleyEnhancing the accuracy of carbonate δ18O and δ13C measurements at WiscSIMS
Tamil SelvanImpact analysis of climate change on the dynamics of glaciers, Garhwal Himalaya
Maciej Śliwiński, Kouki Kitajima, Reinhard Kozdon, Michael Spicuzza, John Fournelle, Adam Denny, and John ValleySIMS bias on isotope ratios in dolomite-ankerite: δ18O & δ13C matrix effects
Richard Smith, Ursula Röhl, Thomas Westerhold, Steve Bohaty, Cédric John, and Paul WilsonSub-orbital climate variability in the late Oligocene North Atlantic Ocean
Hanzhi Zhang, Huayu Lu, Xisheng Xu, Xiaoming Liu, and Tao Yang, Thomas Stevens, Zhiwei Xu, Tian Zhang, Fang Lei, Han FengDetrital zircon U-Pb age evidences for provenance of Chinese Loess
Jiang Zhu, Zhengyu Liu, Xu Zhang, Ian Eisenman, and Wei LiuLinear weakening of the AMOC in response to lowering ice-sheet topography in CCSM3

List of Participants

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Name (alphabetical order) Affiliation Email
Alley, RichardPenn State Universityrba6_@_psu.edu
Amundson, RonaldUniversity of California, Berkeleyearthy_@_berkeley.edu
Barrett, KevinUW-Madisonkdbarrett2_@_wisc.edu
Kim, SooUW-Madisonskim448_@_wisc.edu
Kita, NorikoUW-Madisonnoriko_@_geology.wisc.edu
Kitajima, KoukiUW-Madisonsaburo_@_geology.wisc.edu
Kozdon, ReinhardRutgersrkozdon_@_marine.rutgers.edu
Lefticariu, LilianaSouthern Illinois Universitylefticar_@_siu.edu
Levitt, NicholasUW-Madisonnlevitt_@_wisc.edu
Li, JingshuUW-Madisonlijingshu11_@_mails.ucas.ac.cn
Linzmeier, BenUW-Madisonblinzmeier_@_wisc.edu
Lundberg, JoyceCarleton Universityjoyce.lundberg_@_carleton.ca
Marcott, ShaunUW-Madisonsmarcott_@_wisc.edu
McKinley, GalenUW-Madisongamckinley_@_wisc.edu
McLeran, KerrySouthern Illinois Universitykmcleran_@_siu.edu
Oerter, ErikUniversity of California, Berkeleyerik.oerter_@_berkeley.edu
Orland, IanUW-Madison, University of Minnesotaorland_@_geology.wisc.edu
Quinn, RyanUW-Madisonrquinn2_@_wisc.edu
Ray, ChristopherUniversity of Texas at San Antoniocjray971_@_yahoo.com
Reyes, AlbertoUniversity of Albertaareyes_@_ualberta.ca
Russell, AnnUniversity of California, Davisadrussell_@_ucdavis.edu
Sarathi, AkshayUW-Madisonsarathi_@_wisc.edu
Sayani, HusseinGeorgia Institute of Technologyhsayani_@_gatech.edu
Schoeninger, MargaretUniversity of California, San Diegomjschoen_@_ucsd.edu
Selvan, M TamilJawaharlal Nehru Universitymtselvan_@_jnu.ac.in
Shakun, JeremyBoston Collegejeremy.shakun_@_bc.edu
Sliwinski, MaciejUW-Madisonmgsliw_@_gmail.com
Smith, RichardUniversity of Southampton, UKrichard.smith_@_noc.soton.ac.uk
Spero, HowardUniversity of California Davishjspero_@_ucdavis.edu
Spicuzza, MikeUW-Madisonspicuzza_@_geology.wisc.edu
Szymanski, LauraUW-Madisonlszymanski_@_uwalumni.com
Tenner, TravisUW-Madisontenner_@_wisc.edu
Valley, JohnUW-Madisonvalley_@_geology.wisc.edu
Vetter, LaelTulane Universitylvetter_@_tulane.edu
Voarintsoa, Ny RiavoUniversity of Georgianv1_@_uga.edu
Wang, YueUW-Madisonywang327_@_wisc.edu
Wang, JianhuaCarnegie Institution of Washingtonjwang_@_ciw.edu
Williams, JackUW-Madisonjww_@_geography.wisc.edu
Wortham, BarbaraBoston Collegeworthamb_@_bc.edu
Wycech, JodyUW-Madisonwycechjody_@_gmail.com
Wynn, JonathanUniversity of South Floridajgwynn_@_gmail.com
Zhang, HanzhiNanjing Universityytzhanghanzhi_@_126.com
Zheng, YinsuiBrown Universityyinsui_zheng_@_brown.edu
Zhu, JiangUW-Madisonjzhu47_@_wisc.edu

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