9月18日 Gert J. de Lange:Basin-wide formation, degradation, and preservation of distinctly organic-rich sedimentary units in the Mediterranean reflecting climate and ventilation dynamics

 

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Gert J. de Lange is a professor (emeritus) in Marine Geochemistry and Chemical Oceanography at the Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University and currently the Editor-in-Chief of MARINE GEOLOGY. His main field of interest includes early diagenetic alteration of paleo proxies, the interpretation of elemental variations related to climatic fluctuations in marine sediments, as well as brine compositions related to equilibria and origin, redox related changes across seawater/brine interfaces, and origin and related isotopic composition of methane and pore fluid in mud volcanoes. Focus of his attention has been and is given to research in the Mediterranean during ODP (co-proponent and participant to Leg 160), various EU (MARFLUX, PALAEOFLUX, SAP, BIODEEP, and ANAXIMANDER), international/ESF projects (MEDINAUT, MEDIFLUX, MIDDLE, MOCCHA), and national projects (PASSAP, PALM, MOCCHA-dip, MACCHIATO, CORTADO).