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UCL Micropalaeontology Alumni

Recent MSc projects in Micropalaeontology

UCL runs a Masters in Geoscience. Recent MSc students and projects in Micropalaeontology:

2019

Madeleine Gordon-Foxwell. Sr/Ca offsets in middle Eocene planktonic foraminifera.

2019

Florent Fayolle. The early evolution of Dentoglobigerina.

2019

Rachel Patteson. Planktic ostracods as geochemical signifiers: New insight into the Eocene-Oligocene Transition.

2018

Chantal de Savigny-Bower. Miocene deepwater circulation.

2018

Thamer Alnasser. Photosymbiosis and evolution of planktonic foraminifera genus "Globigerinoides".

2018

Natalie Cheng. Palaeoceanographic changes induced by the late Eocene extra-terrestrial impacts.

2017

Nicholas Reynard. Global size distribution of a giant Oligocene planktonic foraminifera and relationship to productivity.

2017

Ilaria Zaminga. Testing the unusual geochemical signature of Miocene planktonic foraminifera Clavatorella bermudezi.

2017

Song Jing. The extinction of opportunist Turborotalia ampliapertura.

2017

Lewis Grant. Calcareous nannofossil response to Oligocene eccentricity cycles.

2016

Punit Fatania. Dwarfing of planktonic foraminifera Pseudohastigerina across the Greenhouse-Icehouse Transition.

2015 

Andrew Thompson. Paleoecology of Miocene Dentoglobigerina altispira.

2015

Matthew Hall. Surface water changes in the Paleogene Indian Ocean.

2014 

Philip Creswell. Extinction at the middle/late Eocene boundary.

2014  

Danielle Williams. Deep water circulation in the Eocene greenhouse.

2014     

David King. Defining the early/late Oligocene boundary: The extinction of Chiloguembelina cubensis


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We have over 380 micropalaeontology MSc and PhD alumni.

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