S37. Carbonate platform systems: records of palaeoenvironmental change

Conveners and Chairpersons: Nereo Preto (Università di Padova), Marcello Caggiati (Università di Ferrara), Giovanna Della Porta (Università di Milano Statale), Marco Franceschi (Università di Trieste), Michele Morsilli (Università di Ferrara)




Wednesday 4 September 2024 [17.30-19.30]

Aula C

37-1     17.30 - 17.45
Berra F.* : Soft‐sediment deformation structures and Neptunian dykes across a carbonate system: Evidence for an earthquake‐related origin (Norian, Dolomia Principale, Southern Alps, Italy)

37-2     17.45 - 18.00
Santone S.*, Franceschi M., Franceschi P. & Rusciadelli G. : Exploring shallow-water carbonate precipitation rates through geological time

37-3     18.00 - 18.15
Spalluto L.*, Petruzzelli M., Sabato L. & Tropeano M. : Cretaceous cyclic peritidal carbonates of the Apulia Carbonate Platform (Apulia, southern Italy) in a hierarchical sequence-stratigraphic perspective: a case study from the Murge area (the Giovinazzo sea-cliff section)

37-4     18.15 - 18.30
Morsilli M.* : Unraveling the evolution of the Apulia Carbonate Platform and its sedimentary dynamics

37-5     18.30 - 18.45
Španiček J.* & Korbar T. : Open questions on the Likva locality K-Pg boundary bed on the Adriatic carbonate platform

37-6     18.45 - 19.00
Morabito C.* & Morsilli M. : The Eocene carbonate deposits of the Gargano Promontory and Tremiti Islands (southern Italy)

37-7     19.00 - 19.15
Passaseo C.* & Morsilli M. : Lower Messinian Halimeda bioherms from the Mediterranean area: new insights on the controlling factors

37-8     19.15 - 19.30
de Luca A.*, Lisco S., De Giosa F., Gimenez G.A., Pierri C., Acquafredda P., Corriero G. & Moretti M. : Unveiling the architecture and geological significance of mesophotic oyster reefs on the Apulian Continental Shelf: a multiscale approach


Wednesday 4 September 2024

Poster Area

37-9     Booth 118
Artegiani F.*, Cipollari P., Cosentino D., Rabiee A., Rossetti F., Cipriani A. & Fabbi S. : The record of the Early Cretaceous Oceanic Anoxic Events (OAE) in the Apennine carbonate platform: insight from the geological mapping of the Sheet 390 – Frosinone (CARG project)

37-10     Booth 119
Coccia N.*, Della Porta G., Berra F. & Marini M. : The drowning of the Trento Platform: facies characterization and depositional changes across the San Vigilio Oolite - Rosso Ammonitico Veronese transition (Lower-Middle Jurassic, Venetian Southern Alps, N Italy)

37-11     Booth 120
Della Porta G.*, Wright V.P., Samankassou E., Preto N. & Morsilli M. : Carbonate platforms: what can still be learned from outcrops?

37-12     Booth 121
Fracchiolla T.*, Lisco S., Ravisato M., Pierri C., de Luca A., D’Abbicco V., Lazic T., Acquafredda P. & Moretti M. : An unusual rhodolith bed as a record of human activities in Mar Piccolo (Taranto)

37-13     Booth 122
Gianolla P.*, Caggiati M., Alverà G., Dal Corso J., Riva A. & Aldrighetti E. : The Cassian Dolomite demise: basinal insights on the carbonate platforms’ agony (Dolomites, Late Triassic)

37-14     Booth 123
Lippolis E.*, Spalluto L. & Tropeano M. : Facies analysis of a Cretaceous peritidal carbonate succession cropping out at Cava Porcili (Minervino Murge, southern Italy)

37-15     Booth 124
Peng S.Y.*, Wu K., Shi Z.Q., Qiao D. & Wang M.L. : Marlstone pseudo-desiccation cracks: an enigmatic sedimentary structure in the Early Triassic Feixianguan Formation in South China

37-16     Booth 125
Preto N.*, Caggiati M., Della Porta G., Franceschi M. & Morsilli M. : The record of paleoenvironmental change in Mesozoic carbonate platforms of Western Tethys: some half-baked ideas

37-17     Booth 126
Španiček J.*, Korbar T., Fuček L. & Steuber T. : Diversity of Early Cretaceous carbonate facies around the OAE1a on Adriatic carbonate platform

37-18     Booth 127
Randazzo V.*, Berra F. , Todaro S. & Di Stefano P. : Diagenetic and tectonic history of the Upper Triassic, Dachstein-type margin of the Panormide Carbonate Platform (Sicily, Southern Italy)

37-19     Booth 128
Todaro S.*, Petrella F., Rigo M. & Sulli A. : The recovery of carbonate platforms after the End Triassic Mass Extinction: new data of a Lower Jurassic succession from south-wester Sicily

37-20     Booth 129
Vidi C.*, Roghi G., Preto N. & Breda A. : Response of a carbonate platform to the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary Event: the Akrabou Formation of Southern Morocco