报告题目： Fundamentals, Principles and Perspectives in the Application of Late Mesozoic non-marine Ostracoda
报告人： Dr. Benjamin Sames
报告人单位： Department of Geology, University of Vienna
Dr. Benjamin Sames studied Geology and Paleontology at the Freie Universit？t Berlin (Berlin, Germany) where he also made his PhD in 2009. He currently is a Senior Post-Doc Researcher at the Department of Geology, University of Vienna, Austria. Dr. Sames is micropaleontologist with main focus on non-marine Mesozoic (Jurassic to Cretaceous) Ostracoda of the world and their application – including collaborations with Chinese colleagues. His other interests and works span a wide range of integrated topics related to different aspects of Cretaceous stratigraphy, marine to non-marine correlations, ocean-land interactions (aquifer-eustasy), and paleoclimate. He is author and coauthor of more than 58 publications in journals such as Earth Science Reviews, Palaeo 3, Cretaceous Research, Geological Society of London - Special Publication, Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, PNAS and others. Dr. Sames has been secretary for the UNESCO International Geoscience Programme IGCP 609 “Climate-environmental deteriorations during greenhouse phases: Causes and consequences of short-term Cretaceous sea-level changes” (2013–2017/2018). Currently he is conducting a project on Brazilian Pre-Salt ostracods for PETROBRAS (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil).