Programme of 2nd International PalaeoArc Conference 

Processes and Palaeo-environmental changes in the Arctic: from past to present

Pisa, 25th – 28th May 2021


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Monday, 24th May 2021

10:00 – 17:00 - Workshops for young researchers

10:00 - 12:00 - Workshop SEM "The application of analytical SEM and EDS in the Earth sciences: the Tabletop Microscopes TM4000"  . Held by Dr. Massimo Tagliaferro (Nanovision S.r.l., Italy).  Only for young researchers who registered for the workshop.

14:00 – 17:00 - Workshop FORAMS "Arctic benthic foraminifera: the main species commonly used in paleoenvironmental reconstructions. Review of two common genera, Islandiella and Cassidulina". Held by Viviana M. Gamboa Sojo (Department of Earth Sciences, University of Pisa) and Katrine Husum (Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway). Only for young researchers who registered for the workshop.


Tuesday, 25th May, 2021

13:30 -14:00 - Welcome to the conference: Astrid Lyså (Chair of the PalaeoArc Steering Committee) and Caterina Morigi (Chair of the Local Organising Committee).

 Presentation of the special issue of AAAR: Anne Jennings, USA.


Session 1 – Theme 1: Dynamics of the terrestrial environment and landscape evolution. Conveners: Nicolaj Krog Larsen, Denmark and Andy Emery, UK

14:00  - 14:30 - Invited talk on Theme 1: Kurt H. Kjær (Univ. Copenhagen, DK): Ancient Environmental DNA – a Proxy in Quaternary Geology

14:30 – 16:00 – 6 oral presentations of 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion

14:30 - 14:45  Eiliv Larsen, Lyså A., Ganerød M., Höskuldsson Á., Van der Lelij R., Tassis G. Lake basin formed by interaction of volcanism and land surface processes – the Lake Nordlaguna on Jan Mayen

14:45 – 15:00  Greta H. Wells, Sæmundsson Þ., Dugmore A.J., Luzzadder-Beach S., Beach T. Geomorphology, hydrology, and chronology of Holocene jökulhlaups along the Hvítá River, Iceland: implications for Icelandic Ice Sheet dynamics

15:00 – 15:15  Nataliya E. Zaretskaya, Panin A.V, Baranov D.V., Kurbanov R.N. MIS 2 extraglacial sedimentary environment in the Vychegda - Severnaya Dvina fluvial system: proglacial lakes, rivers, and wind.

15:15 – 15:30  Hanno Meyer, Kostrova S.S., Meister P., Lenz M.M., Nazarova L., Kuhn G., Dvornikov Y. Short-term hydroclimate changes in the Lake Bolshoye Shchuchye biogenic silica isotope record (δ18Odiatom) linked to snow variability in the catchment.

15:30 - 15:45  Philip Meister, Alexandre A., Bailey H.L., Barker Biskaborn B.K., Broadman E., Cartier R., Chapligin B., Couapel M., Dean J.R., Diekmann B., Harding P., Henderson A., Hernandez A., Herzschuh U., Kostrova S.S., Lacey J.H., Leng M.J., Lücke A., Mackay A.W., Magyari E.K., Narancic B., Porchier C., Rosqvist G., Shemesh A., Sonzogni C., Swann G.E.A., Sylvestre F., Meyer H. Northern Hemisphere Holocene hydroclimate inferred from a circum-Arctic stack of lake sediment oxygen isotope records from biogenic silica (δ18OBSi).

15:45 – 16:00  Sofia E. Kjellman, Thomas E.K., Schomacker A. Lake water isotope gradients in arctic and subarctic Fennoscandia: implications for precipitation isotope proxy reconstructions.


16:00 - 16:15 – Break


Session 2 – Theme 1: Dynamics of the terrestrial environment and landscape evolution. Conveners: Ívar Örn Benediktsson, Iceland and Pertti Sarala, Finland

16:15 - 17:30  5 presentations of 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion

16:15 – 16:30  Henry Patton, Hubbard A., Heyman J., Alexandropoulou N., Lasabuda A.P.E., Stroeven A.P., Hall A.M., Winsborrow M., Sugden D.E., Kleman J., Andreassen K. A time-transgressive perspective of glacial erosion beneath the Eurasian ice sheet.

16:30 – 16:45  Ólafur Ingólfsson, Ben-Yehoshua D., Benediktsson Í.Ö., Aradóttir N., Farnsworth W.R. Formation of Crevasse Squeeze Ridges – a case study from Trygghamna, Svalbard.

16:45 – 17:00  Leszek Kasprzak, Ewertowski M.W. Comparison of landform and sediment production during different glaciation phases: A case study of polythermal glaciers on Svalbard.

17:00 – 17:15  Pertti Sarala, Männistö M., Ahonen S., Kupila J. Bacterial communities associated with acid sulphate soils in the sub-Arctic.

17:15 – 17:30  Lasse SanderBüntgen U., Crivellaro A., Danilov K., Gentz T., Grotheer H., Khristoforov I., Kirdyanov A., Michaelis R., Mollenhauer G., Papenmeier S., Pravkin S., Wiltshire K. Beach ridges of the Laptev Sea (Arctic Siberia) and their value as coastal archives.


17:30  - 17:40  – Break


17:40 - 18:36  Poster session Theme 1: 14 posters speed-talk 3 minutes

17:40  Helena Alexanderson, Hättestrand M., Karlsen A.K., Lindqvist M.A., Sigfúsdóttir T. Lakes and trees on the deglaciating margin of the Scandinavian ice sheet during MIS 3 in northern Sweden.

17:44  Szymon Śledź, Ewertowski M.W., Piekarczyk J. Applications of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) surveys and Structure from Motion photogrammetry in glacial and periglacial geomorphology.

17:48  Sebastian Wetterich, Murton J.B., Toms P., Wood J., Blinov A., Opel T., Fuchs M.C., Merchel S., Rugel G., Gärtner A., Savvinov G. Ancient permafrost of the Batagay megaslump (East Siberia) – first insights into chronostratigraphy.

17:52  Natalia A. Kostromina, Krikunova A.I., Savelieva L.A., Tolstobrov D.S., Tarasov P.E. The Lateglacial and Holocene vegetation history of the central Kola Peninsula Region (NW Russia) inferred from the Lake Kamenistoe pollen record.

17:56  Kai-Frederik Lenz, Gebhardt A.C., Gross F., Krastel S. Evolution of potentially sub-glacial Lake Manicouagan (Canada) derived from high-resolution reflection seismic data.

18:00  Thomas Opel, Wetterich S., Meyer H., Murton J.B. Ice-wedge and pore-ice stable-isotope paleoclimatology at the Batagay megaslump (East Siberia).

18:04  Agnieszka Halaś, Lamentowicz M., Łuców D., Loiko S., Konstantinov A.O., Kritskov I., Słowiński M. New testate amoebae calibration data set from permafrost peatlands NW Siberia (Russia).

18:08  Georg Schwamborn, Strauss J., Meyer H., Jongejans L.L., Mohammadi A., Maggioni F., Kartoziia A., Schirrmeister L. Sedimentation History of the central Lena Delta, Northern Siberia.

18:12  Amandine F.J.M. Missana, Furze M.F.A., Stroeven A., Walker-Springett G., Lakeman T., Buckby J., Schytt-Mannerfelt E. Mapping and dating Holocene advances of Nansenbreen on Erdmannflya, Svalbard.

18:16  Nico Dewald, Lewington E.L.M., Livingstone S.J., Clark C.D., Storrar R.D. Distribution, Characteristics and Formation of Esker Enlargements.

18:20  Matt C. Strzelecki, Lindhorst S., Hein C.J. Record of sea-level change, fluctuations of sea-ice and post-glacial landscape transformation extracted from Svalbard beach ridge plains – case study of Bjonapynten, Svalbard.

18:24  Leszek Kasprzak, Ewertowski M.W., Kalita J., Szuman I., Tomczyk A.M. Time scales of glacial landform creation and depositional efficiency, southern sector of Scandinavian Ice Sheet, Poland.

18:28  Natalia A. Kostromina, Gusev E.A., Krylov A.A., Krylov A.V. Preliminary results of pollen study from East-Siberian sea sediments.

18:32  Grigory Fedorov, Savelieva L., Bobrov N., Ludikova A., Kostromina N., Cherezova A., Starikova A., Bolshiyanov D., Fedorov A. Postglacial environmental history on LGM Ice Marginal Zone in northwestern Russia as reflected by lake sediment records.


18:40 – 19:00 –   Discussion on the theme of the day


Wednesday, 26th May 2021

Session 3 – Theme 2: Dynamics of Arctic ice sheets, ice shelves and glaciers. Conveners: Chris Stokes, UK and Lasse Sander, AWI Germany

14:00 - 14:30 - Invited talk on Theme 2: Wesley R. Farnsworth (Univ. of Iceland, IS): Distally deposited tephra constrains High Arctic post-glacial sea level and glaciers.


14:30 – 16:00 – 6 oral presentations of 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion


14:30 – 14:45  Nicolaj K. Larsen, Søndergaard A.S., Levy L.B., Laursen C.H., Bjørk A.A., Kjeldsen K.K., Funder S., Strunk A., Olsen J., Kjær K.H. Cosmogenic nuclide inheritance in Little Ice Age moraines - a case study from Greenland.

14:45 - 15:00  Jan-Hendrik Malles, Maussion F., Marzeion B. Exploring the influence of frontal ablation on global glacier mass change projections.

15:00 – 15:15 Amélie E. Roche, Furze M.F.A., Lang S.I., Schomacker A., Szidat S. Neoglacial plateau ice cap behaviour in central Spitsbergen constrained by subglacially preserved vegetation.

15:15 - 15:30  Ívar Ö. Benediktsson, Aradóttir N., Ingólfsson Ó., Brynjólfsson S. Geomorphic evidence for cross-cutting palaeo-ice streams in NE-Iceland.

15:30 – 15:45  Nína Aradóttir, Benediktsson Í.Ö., Ingólfsson Ó. Internal architecture of drumlins revealed by sedimentological data and ground-penetrating radar - a case study from Bustarfell, NE-Iceland.

15:45 – 16:00 Erla G. Helgadóttir, Benediktsson Í.Ö., Ingólfsson Ó. Ribbed moraine in Iceland.


16:00 - 16:15 – Break


Session 4 – Theme 2: Dynamics of Arctic ice sheets, ice shelves and glaciers. Conveners: Monica Winsborrow, Norway and Witold Szczuciński, Poland

16:15 - 17:45 - 6 oral presentations of 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion

16:15 – 16:30  Helen E. Dulfer, Margold M. Dynamics of the central sector of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet through the last glacial cycle.

16:30 – 16:45 Li Tanghua, Khan N.S., Baranskaya A.V., Shaw T., Peltier W.R., Wu P., Horton B.P. Relative sea-level changes since the Last Glacial Maximum and Glacial Isostatic Adjustment in the Russian Arctic.

16:45 – 17:00 Thomas R. Lakeman. A New Relative Sea-Level Database for Norway.

17:00 – 17:15 Matt O’Regan, Cronin T.M., Reilly B., Alstrup A.K.O., Gemery L., Golub A., Mayer L.A., Morlighem M., Moros M., Munk O.L., Nilsson J., Pearce C., Detlef H., Stranne C., Vermassen F., West G., Jakobsson M. The Holocene dynamics of Ryder Glacier and ice tongue in north Greenland.

17:15 – 17:30 Mark F.A. Furze, Pieńkowski A.J., Corlett H., Troyer-Riel R., Thiessen R., Szidat S. The last ice shelf of the NW Laurentide Ice Sheet.

17:30 – 17:45 Henning A. Bauch. Asymmetric Growth of the Eurasion Ice Sheet during the Saalian and its Implication for Reconstructing Eemian Environments.


17:45 - 17:55 – Break


17:55 - 18:35  Poster session Theme 2: 10 posters speed-talk 3 minutes 

17:55  Stephen J. Livingstone, Lewington E.L.M., Clark C.D., Storrar R.D., Sole A.J., McMartin I., Ng F. A quasi-annual record of time-transgressive esker formation.

17:59  Nataliya G. Belova, Nesterova N.B., Khomutov A.V. Massive ice beds distribution and the boundaries of Late Pleistocene glaciation at Western Siberian lowlands.

18:03  Ali Asim, Dunlop P., Coleman S., Kerr D., McNabb R.W., Noormets R. Decadal glacier changes using object-based image analysis.

18:07  Sophie Kowalski, Ohlendorf C., Matthiessen J., Gebhardt A.C. Initial Analysis of Sediment Cores from Lake Melville, Canada, Suggesting a Potential Late Glacial-to-Holocene Sediment Sequence.

18:11  Cecilie J. Thaarup, Noormets R. Glacier dynamics, deglaciation history and sedimentary processes in Recherchefjorden, Svalbard.

18:15  Raisa Alatarvas, Strand K., O’Regan M. Provenance study of the De Long Trough sediments: defining the mineralogical signature of the East Siberian Ice Sheet.

18:19  Johanna Hingst, Hillaire-Marcel C., Lucassen F., Vogt C., Okuma E., Kasemann S.A. Holocene variability of the northeastern Laurentide Ice Sheet in the Clyde Inlet area, western Baffin Bay, from radiogenic isotope records in marine sediments.

18:23  Timothy A. Shaw, Tanghua L., Dhrubajyoti S., Khan N.S., Baranskaya A.V., Horton B.P. Past, present and future sea-level change in the Russian Arctic.

18:27  Gianmarco Ingrosso, Ruighi F., Ceccarelli C., Giglio F., Giordano P., Hefter J., Langone L., Miserocchi S., Mollenhauer G., Nogarotto A., Tesi T. Terrigenous biomarkers in a marine sedimentary record from the Kongsfjorden (Svalbard) and inferred environmental changes during the post-Little Ice Age.

18:31  Emmanuel Okuma, Titschack J., Kienast M., Hebbeln D. Impacts of Arctic gateways on sediment routing in northern Baffin Bay.


18:35- 19:00 –   Discussion on the theme of the day


Thursday, 27th May 2021

Session 5 – Theme 3: Dynamics of high latitude oceans and sea ice. Conveners: Juliane Muller, Germany and Fiorenza Torricella, Italy

14:00 - 14:30 - Invited talk on Theme 3: Ruedinger Stein (AWI, Germany): The Cenozoic Arctic Climate and Sea Ice History A Challenge for IODP Expedition 377 (Arctic Ocean Paleoceanography – ArcOP).


14:30 – 16:00 – 6 oral presentations of 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion.

14:30 - 14:45  Alexa M. Regnier, Mauss J.J., Cronin T.M., Dowsett H.J., Robinson M.M., Spielhagen R.F., Kandiano E.S., Husum K., Lockwood R. Surface warming during the MIS 11 and MIS 5 interglacials in the Arctic Ocean based on planktic foraminifera.

14:45 – 15:00  Naima El bani Altuna, Ezat M.M., Rasmussen T.L., Smik L., Bel, S.T., Knies J. Bottom water temperature controlled sea ice variability at glacial abrupt climate changes in the northern Nordic Seas.

15:00 – 15:15  Zhamoida V.A., Ekaterina S. Nosevich, Pushina Z.V., Ryabchuk D.V., Budanov L.M., Sergeev A.Yu., Neevin I.A. Late Pleistocene and Holocene marine deposits of East Siberian Sea: new data.

15:15 – 15:30  Matteo Bazzaro, Relitti F., Lucchi R.G., De Vittor C. Speciation and stable isotope composition of sedimentary carbon and nitrogen in NW Barents Sea continental margin during last deglaciation.

15:30 - 15:45  Elena A. Popova, Taldenkova E.E., Krylov A.A. Petrographic and mineralogical composition of sediments as an indicator of glacier retreat in Franz Victoria Trough: first results from core AT19-22GC.

15:45 – 16:00  Anne E. Jennings, Kelleher R., Brooks N., Andrews J.T., Feng S., Brookins S., Bennett R., Jenner K., Woelders L. Stratigraphic revelations of the onset of Arctic/Atlantic throughflow in the Arctic Island Channels.


16:00 - 16:15 – Break


Session 6 – Theme 3: Dynamics of high latitude oceans and sea ice. Conveners: Anne E. Jennings, USA and Viviana M. Gamboa Sojo, Costa Rica / Italy

16:15 - 17:45 6 oral presentations of 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion

16:15 – 16:30  Shital P. Godad, Löwemark L, Ren H.A. Changes in Foraminifera Bound Nitrogen Isotopes: Implications for Quaternary Interglacial variations and Climate change.

16:30 – 16:45  David J. Wangner, Bauch H.A., Kassens H., Ovsepyan Y., Rudenko O., Spielhagen R.F., Stein R., Stepanova A., Taldenkova E., Rusakov V. Postglacial opening of Vilkitsky Strait and its paleoceanographic impact on Kara and Laptev Seas.

16:45 – 17:00  Faust J.C., Tessin A., Fisher B.J., Zindorf M., Papadaki S., Hendry K.R., Doyle K.A., Christian März. Insights into Arctic shelf carbon cycling from Barents Sea sediments: Is the “rusty carbon sink” really a carbon sink?  

17:00 – 17:15  Francesco De Rovere, Langone L., Schroeder K., Miserocchi S., Giglio F., Aliani S., Chiggiato J. Water masses variability in inner Kongsfjorden during 2010-2020.  

17:15 – 17:30  Tommaso Tesi, Muschitiello F., Mollenhauer G., Miserocchi S., Langone L., Ceccarelli C., Panieri G., Nogarotto A., Hefter J., Ingrosso G., Giglio F., Giordano P., Capotondi L. Atlantification along the Fram Strait at the beginning of the 20th century driven by Subpolar-Polar connections.  


17:30 - 17:40 – Break


17:40 – 18:40 Poster session Theme 3 and Theme 4: 15 posters speed-talk 3 minutes

17:40  Romana Melis, Morigi C., Lucchi R.G. Late Quaternary palaeoceanography and sea-ice history in the Kveithola Trough Mouth Fan (NW Barents Sea).

17:44  Baylee M. Olds, Cronin T.M., Regnier A.M., O’Regan M., Jakobsson M. Holocene paleoceanography of Lincoln Sea and Sherard Osborn Fjord, Northern Greenland, based on benthic foraminifera and ostracodes.

17:48  Egorov A.G., Anastasiia V. Mishchenko. Age composition and distribution of winter ice cover in the north-eastern part of the Kara Sea for the period 1997-2020.

17:52  Laura Bronzo, Morigi C., Lucchi R.G., Lusher L.A. First detection of microplastics in deep marine sediments from the Kveithola Trough, Barents Sea.

17:56  Ekaterina Taldenkova, Gusev E., Nikolaev S., Stepanova A., Novikhina E., Ovsepyan Ya., Averkina N., Spielhagen R.F., Bauch H.A., Portnyagin M., Ponomareva V. A new long record of the Pleistocene glacial/interglacial environmental variability in the Amerasian Arctic Ocean (Mendeleev Ridge).

18:00  Elizaveta A. Agafonova, Polyakova Ye.I., Novichkova Ye.A. Atlantic Water advection into Kandalaksha Bay (the White Sea, the European Arctic) during Holocene inferred from diatom and aquatic palynomorph assemblages.

18:04  Fiorenza Torricella, Gariboldi K., Gamboa Sojo V.M., Douss N., Lucchi R.G., Morigi C. Paleoenviromental changes during the last 2 ka BP in the Eastern Side of Fram Strait.

18:08  Yaroslav Ovsepyan, Taldenkova E., Grechikhina N., Krylov A. Deglacial and Holocene environmental variability in the western Franz Victoria Trough, Barents Sea.

18:12  Jade Falardeau, de Vernal A., Seidenkrantz M.-S., Fritz M. Benthic foraminifer and ostracod assemblages in the Beaufort Sea continental shelf over the last millennia: Evidence of unprecedented changes in the last two centuries.

18:16  Viviana M. Gamboa Sojo, Morigi C., Husum K., Lucchi R.G. Paleontological and sedimentological evidences in the Holocenic sedimentary record of the Bellsund Drift (Svalbard – Arctic).

18:20  Allyson Tessin, März C., Matthiessen J., O’Regan M., Schnetger B. Modern patterns in sedimentary Fe and Mn cycling within the Eurasian Arctic margin and implications for the interpretation of the Arctic sedimentary record.

18:24  Maciej M. Telesiński, Ezat M.M., Muschitiello F., Bauch H.A., Spielhagen R.F. Ventilation history of the Nordic Seas deduced from planktic and benthic radiocarbon ventilation ages.

18:28  Bensi M, Kovačević V., Langone L., Aliani S., Ursella L., Goszczko I., Soltwedel T., Skogseth R., Nilsen F., Deponte D., Mansutti P., Laterza R., Michele Rebesco, Rui L., Lucchi R.G., Wåhlin A., Viola A., Beszczynska-Möller A., Rubino A. Deep Flow Variability Offshore South-West Svalbard (Fram Strait).

18:32  Bor-Jiun Jong, Löwemark L., Shen C.-C., Chang C.-K., Lo L., Spielhagen R.F., Bahr A. Spatio-temporal Ba/Ca variations of planktic foraminifera (Neogloboquadrina pachyderma) in the Arctic Ocean.

18:36  Dhanushka Devendra, Pawłowski J., De Schepper S., Krajewska M., Łącka M., Nguyen N.-L., Pawłowska J., Ray J.L., Simon M.H., Telesiński M., Weiner A.K.M., Zajączkowski M.  Sedimentary ancient DNA - a new proxy to investigate the impact of environmental change on past and present biodiversity in Nordic Seas (NEEDED) - an overview of the research project.


18:40 – 19:10 Discussion on the theme of the day


Friday, 28th May 2021

Session 7 – Theme 4: Climatic response to, and interaction between, the different parts of the Arctic system. Conveners: Matt O’Regan, Sweden and Karen Gariboldi, Italy 

14:00 - 14:30 - Invited talk on Theme 4: Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz (Aarhus University, DK): Labrador Sea ocean circulation and west Greenland Ice Sheet extent during the last glaciation.


14:30 – 16:00 – 6 oral presentations of 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion

14:30 - 14:45  Robert F. Spielhagen, Forwick M., Lemmel F., Mackensen A. Low salinity in the western Fram Strait (79°N) at 12.7 - 10.2 ka related to NE Greenland continental shelf deglaciation

14:45 – 15:00  Akanksha Singh, Ho S.L., Löwemark L. Freshwater and riverine input in Arctic system: insight from biomarker proxy.

15:00 – 15:15  Witold Szczuciński, Dominiczak A., Forwick M. Last century sediment accumulation rates in fjords of Svalbard (Arctic) – underrated hot spots for organic carbon burial

15:15 – 15:30  Krzysztof G. Rymer, Rachlewicz G., Buchwał A., Temme A.J.A.M., Reimann T., van der Meij W.M. The impact of air temperature on aeolian deposition rates in periglacial conditions (Ebba Valley, central Spitsbergen).

15:30 - 15:45  Flor Vermassen, Coxall H.K., West G., O’Regan M. Testing micro- and nannofossil bioevent correlations in the central Arctic Ocean: is the Pleistocene biostratigraphy consistent?

15:45 – 16:00  Claude Hillaire-Marcel, de Vernal A., Crucifix M. Mean summer insolation and sea level as natural drivers of the Arctic climate and sea-ice cover.


16:00 - 16:15 – Break


Session 8 – Theme 4: Climatic response to, and interaction between, the different parts of the Arctic system. General discussion.

                     Conveners: Astrid Lyså, Norway and Caterina Morigi, Italy

16:15 - 16:45 Invited talk on Theme 3: Giuliana Panieri (CAGE, Norway): Tracing past methane emissions in the Arctic Ocean


16:45 – 17:30 -  3 oral presentations of 12 minutes + 3 minutes of discussion

16:45 – 17:00  Emilia Ridolfi, Wikenskjeld S., Miesner F., Brovkin V., Overduin P., Arndt S. Modelling methane production and emission from thawing sub-sea permafrost on the warming Arctic Shelf.

17:00 – 17:15  Jiri Chlachula, Czerniawska J. Geo-Environmental Response to Present Climate Warming in Subarctic East Siberia.

17:15 – 17:30  Andrea Spolaor, Casado M., Wickström S., Barbante C., Barbaro E., Burgay F., Bjorkman M.P., Cappelletti D., Dallo F., De Blasi F., Divine D., Dreossi G., Gabrieli J., Gallet J.-C., Isaksson E., Iovino D., Larouse C., Luks B., Martma T., Maturilli M., Shuler T.V., Saiz-Lopez A., Scoto F., Stenni B., Turetta C., Werner M., Zannoni D. Has the Svalbard archipelago reached a climate tipping point? Evidence from an ice core study.


17:30- 17:40 – Break


17:40  – 18:30 General discussion, Best Student Poster /Talk awards and presentation PaleoArc 2022.