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22/02/2021 Konstantina AGIADI (Univ. of Wien)

When Feb 22, 2021
from 02:00 to 03:00
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"Marine fish response to climate change: the paleontological approach"


Marine fishes are an invaluable food source and a major component of marine ecosystems that are under threat from anthropogenic climate change. Baseline pre-industrial data and a thorough understanding of the impact of natural climatic variability on fishes are absent, but necessary for evaluating the impact anthropogenic climate change. The paleontological and paleoclimatic record can provide the long-term perspective required to address these issues. In particular, deep-time fossil as well as Holocene fish otolith death assemblages offer baseline data for marine fish faunas. Ecological modeling approaches using deep-time records are the state-of-the-art in predicting the impact of climate variability on marine ecosystems as a whole.


Konstantina Agiadi

Senior Postdoctoral Researcher

Department of Palaeontology

University of Vienna


twitter: @kagiadi


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