High - Resolution Proxies of Paleoclimate

University of Wisconsin-Madison,

June 18-21, 2017

HiRes2017

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. Sub-annual to sub-daily resolution is possible for many proxies facilitating studies of seasonality or animal growth and migration. 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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Program

Mon. June 19 Room A140, Weeks Hall Morning Session (Chair: Ian Orland)
TimeAuthorTitle
9:00 - 9:20John Valley Welcome and Introduction
9:20 - 10:20Noriko Kita Tutorial SIMS Basics
10:20 - 10:40Ian Orland & Kouki Kitajima WiscSIMS-Live Part 1
10:40 - 11:00Break
11:00 - 12:00John Valley Tutorial In situ isotope geochemistry by SIMS: Accuracy vs. Precision
Mon. June 19 Room A140, Weeks Hall Afternoon Session (Chair: John Valley)
TimeAuthorTitle
1:30 - 1:50Shaun Marcott Keynote Heinrich Events, oxygen isotopes, and foraminifera: What can SIMS do for you?
1:50 - 2:20Zhengyu Liu Keynote Understanding the temporal slope of the temperature-water isotope relation: The slope equation
2:20 - 2:50Kathleen Johnson Keynote Reconstructing seasonal to decadal scale climate variability from speleothems: Potential, strategies, and challenges
2:50 - 3:10Ian Orland Measuring seasonal monsoon signals in Chinese speleothems
3:10 - 4:00Lightning Poster Talks
4:00 - 6:00Poster Session
Tue. June 20 Room A140, Weeks Hall Morning Session (Chair: Howard Spero)
TimeAuthorTitle
9:00 - 9:30Thure Cerling Keynote Stable Isotope Answers to Problems with Biological and Terrestrial Records
9:30 - 10:00Melanie Beasley Keynote Environmental variability in hominin evolution: Moving from geological to biological timescales with SIMS
10:00 - 10:20Noreen Tuross The Need for HiRes in Vertebrate Calcified Tissue Oxygen Isotope Measurements
10:20 - 10:40Daniel Green Mineralization modeling and Bayesian inference reconstruct transient storms from tooth δ18O values
10:40 - 11:00Break
11:00 - 11:30Wolfgang Müller Keynote The Role of Laser-Ablation Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICPMS) in Palaeoclimate Research: Principles and Applications
11:30 - 11:50Robert Sherrell High-resolution analysis of deep-sea coral skeletons for trace element paleo-proxies of ocean conditions
11:50 - 12:10Xin-Yuan Zheng In situ Fe isotope analysis by femtosecond laser ablation: fundamentals and applications
Tue. June 20 Room A140, Weeks Hall Afternoon Session (Chair: Reihard Kozdon)
TimeAuthorTitle
2:00 - 2:30Jennifer Fehrenbacher Keynote Light cycle triggers Mg-banding in Neogloboquadrina dutertrei: implications for chamber formation and biomineralization in planktic foraminifers
2:30 - 3:00Howard Spero Keynote Carbon and nitrogen exchange between a photosynthetic symbiotic dino agellate and its planktonic foraminifera host
3:00 - 3:20Helena Filipsson Opening the proxy black box: unravelling biomineralization processes using synchrotron X-ray spectroscopy and plasma analytical methods
3:20 - 3:40Break
3:40 - 4:00Alan Wanamaker Assessing unexpected isotopic variability in aragonitic biocarbonates through sample replication
4:00 - 4:30Thomas Helser Keynote Trace elements, isotopes and growth increments: Paleoclimate and sh otoliths
4:30 - 4:50Evan Cameron Hadean paleoclimate: OH/O ratios as a proxy for water & alteration in zircon
Wed. June 21 Room A140, Weeks Hall Morning Session (Chair: Shaun Marcott)
TimeAuthorTitle
9:00 - 9:40Ian Orland Tutorial Developments and challenges in ion microprobe studies of speleothems and biocarbonates
9:40 - 10:10Reinhard Kozdon Keynote In situ analysis of foraminiferal shells by SIMS, LA-ICPMS and EPMA: What have we learned in the past decade? A résumé and outlook
10:10 - 10:30Caitlin Livsey Reconstructing Holocene Arctic Ocean paleoceanography using SIMS δ18O and LA-ICP-MS elemental data from single Neogloboquadrina pachyderma shells
10:30 - 10:50Break
10:50 - 11:10Jody Wycech Reconstructing the Oxygen Isotope Composition of the Surface Ocean Using Paired In Situ Micro-Analytical Techniques on Individual Shells of the Planktic Foraminifer Trilobatus sacculifer
11:10 - 11:30Ben Linzmeier & Kouki Kitajima WiscSIMS-Live: Part 2
11:30 - 12:00Ben Linzmeier Tutorial Integrating in situ geochemical data with QGIS
Posters Mon. June 21, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Weeks Hall
AuthorTitle
Cameron Batchelor High-precision U-Th chronology of calcite deposition at Cave of the Mounds, Wisconsin and its implications to permafrost and climate
Kevin Burke How novel are 21st century climates? A global assessment of future climates and their analogs back through the Eocene
Huan Cui Assessing the veracity of deep-time geological records by SIMS: A critical update on paleoclimatic conditions in the wake of the Sturtian Snowball-Earth glaciation
Adam Denny δ34S Study of Multiple Generations of Sul de in the Bakken System by SIMS
Heather Jones Extensive Braarudosphaera blooms in the Cretaceous/Paleogene impact crater: why are they there and what do they mean?
Stanley Ko Improving proxy calibrations in Desmophyllum dianthus: assessment of elemental abundances and distributions using LA-ICPMS
Nick Levitt Application of clumped isotope thermometry to Archean carbonates: Thermal histories and potential for biomarker preservation
Ben Linzmeier Using in situ geochemistry to investigate the depth habitat of ammonites
Rosie Oakes Using high-resolution imaging techniques to assess the impact of ocean acidi cation on the condition of pteropod shells
Susana Salazar Jaramillo Paleoclimatic Interpretation Using Geochemical Proxies In The Middle Miocene Paleosols Of The Tatacoa Desert, Colombia
Maciej Śliwiński SIMS bias on isotope ratios in siderite-magnesite: δ18O & δ13C matrix effects
Chunhui Zhou Growth zoning and trace element distribution in freshwater cultured pearls -- and potential study on stable isotope ratios

List of Participants

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Name
(alphabetical order)
Email Affiliation
Khaldoun Ahmad ahmadki_@_umkc.edu University of Missouri-Kansas City
Cameron Batchelor batchelor2_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Melanie Beasley mbeasley_@_ucsd.edu UC, San Diego
Tyler Blum tbblum_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Kevin Burke kdburke_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Anna Caldwell-Overdier acaldwel_@_wellesley.edu Wellesley College
Evan Cameron ecameron4_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Liz Ceperley ceperley_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Thure Cerling thure.cerling_@_utah.edu University of Utah
Huan Cui huan.cui_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Adam Denny acdenny_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Céline Defouilloy defouilloy_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Jennifer Fehrenbacher fehrenje_@_coas.oregonstate.edu Oregon State University, CEOAS
Helena Filipsson helena.filipsson_@_geol.lu.se Dept. of Geology, Lund University, Sweden
Daniel Green drgreen_@_fas.harvard.edu Harvard University
Sifan Gu sgu28_@_wisc.edu AOS, UW-Madison
Thomas Helser thomas.helser_@_noaa.gov NOAA Fisheries
Andreas Hertwig hertwig_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Brian Hess hess_@_geology.wisc.edu UW-Madison
Jerry Hunter jhunter5_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Kathleen Johnson kathleen.johnson_@_uci.edu University of California, Irvine
Michael Johnson mrjohnson23_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Heather Jones hlj123_@_psu.edu The Pennsylvania State University
Samantha Kaplan skaplan_@_uwsp.edu UW-Stevens Point
Jeongmin Kim j-mkim_@_kbsi.re.kr Korea Basic Science Institute
Noriko Kita noriko_@_geology.wisc.edu UW-Madison
Kouki Kitajima saburo_@_geology.wisc.edu UW-Madison
Stanley Ko stanley.ko_@_marine.rutgers.edu Rutgers Oceanography
Reinhard Kozdon rkozdon_@_ldeo.columbia.edu Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Yuliya Kuzmenko ykuzmen_@_eoas.ubc.ca University of British Columbia
Fabrice Le Duigou fabrice.leduigou_@_ametek.com CAMECA
Seungyeol Lee Lee572_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Nick Levitt nlevitt_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Benjamin Linzmeier blinzmeier_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Zhengyu Liu zliu3_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Huaran Liu hliu287_@_wisc.edu AOS, UW-Madison
Cait Livsey cmlivsey_@_ucdavis.edu UC Davis
David Lovelace dlovelace_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Shaun Marcott smarcott_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Jennifer McKay mckay_@_coas.oregonstate.edu CEOAS, Oregon State University
Wolfgang Muller w.muller_@_es.rhul.ac.uk Royal Holloway University of London
Rosie Oakes rosie.oakes_@_psu.edu Penn State University
Ian Orland orland_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Joel Overdier overdier_@_wisc.edu WSLH, UW-Madison
Chansoo Park cspark_@_kbsi.re.kr Korea Basic Science Institute
David Reinhard david.reinhard_@_ametek.com CAMECA
Linda Reynard lreynard_@_fas.harvard.edu Harvard University
Karen Russ kruss_@_wisc.edu AOS, UW-Madison
Tim Sadowski tim.sadowski_@_ametek.com CAMECA
Susana Salazar Jaramillo sanasalazar_@_gmail.com Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Bil Schneider wfschneider_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Robert Sherrell sherrell_@_marine.rutgers.edu Rutgers University
Natalie Sievers sieversnatalie_@_gmail.com Virginia Tech
Maciej Sliwinski msliwinski_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Wade Smith w.smith_@_oceans.ubc.ca University of British Columbia
Kate Smith kate.smith_@_slh.wisc.edu WSLH, UW-Madison
Peter Sobol psobol_@_geology.wisc.edu UW-Madison
Mike Spicuzza spicuzza_@_geology.wisc.edu UW-Madison
Howard Spero hjspero_@_ucdavis.edu UC Davis
Aurelien Tafani atafani_@_mail.usf.edu University of South Florida
Tom Thein tthein_@_wisc.edu Paleoecology/Botany, UW-Madison
Rachelle Turnier turnier_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Noreen Tuross tuross_@_fas.harvard.edu Harvard University
John Valley valley_@_geology.wisc.edu UW-Madison
Andrew Walters apwalters2_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Alan Wanamaker adw_@_iastate.edu Iowa State University
Wuyi Wang wwang_@_gia.edu Gemological Institute of America (GIA), New York
Jody Wycech wycech_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Xin-Yuan Zheng xzheng75_@_wisc.edu UW-Madison
Chunhui Zhou czhou_@_gia.edu Gemological Institute of America
Jiang Zhu jzhu86_@_gmail.com UW-Madison
Chuanwei Zhu czhu88_@_wisc.edu Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program, UW-Madison

Contact

Email: hires2017@gmail.com

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See abstracts and talks from HiRes2013 and HiRes2015.

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