Report from Yamagata
by Sarah Spaulding |
The third day of the 26th International Diatom Symposium was filled with a Keynote presentation by Megumi Saito-Kato, oral sessions on 6. Palaeoenvironments, Early Career Research (ECR) speed talks, poster session, the annual general meeting (AGM) and the conference dinner.
Megumi Saito-Kato. Fossil lacustrine diatoms, as the unique evidence of population dynamics and morphological evolution.
Lianfang Li. Largest shallow lake in northeast Asia (Xingkai Lake) under strong disturbance from agricultural activities are at a signficant risk of degredation: evidence from sedimentary multiproxy indicators.
Xuhui Dong. Diatom community changes in shallow lakes in the middle and lower Yangtze floodplain under coupled natural and human disturbance: a synthesis from monitoring and palaeolimnological indicators.
Min Chen. Microfossil records of modern typhoons along the coast of China.
Emiie Arseneault. Species-environment relationships of coastal diatoms in a high-use, subarctic environment, Canada.
Yuji Kato. A diatom record from ODP Site 689 (Weddel Sea) during the early to middle Miocene.
Luca Pellegrino. Diagenesis of biogenic silica during the Messinian salinity crisis: an overlooked process with significant implications.
Early Career Research (ECR) speed talks
Annual General Meeting (AGM)