Podcast

The fourth podcast on www.cyclostratigraphy.org is by Zhixiang Wang. He talks about the Late Miocene sedimentary response to astronomical forcing in North-East Tibet. In this podcast, the reasons why an eolian sequence displays a completely different astronomical signature compared to a contemporaneous lacustrine section are explored. This discussion is based on scientific results, recently published in GSA Bulletin. The Intro music of this podcast is an excerpt of a piece based on the North Atlantic Oscillation from the "Aphrodite's Dew" book and CD project by Arvid Tomayko and Sandro Montanari. Check out more of their work at arvidtomayko.com.

The third podcast on www.cyclostratigraphy.org is by Rocío Paola Caballero-Gill. She is a cyclostratigrapher who co-founded the GeoLatinas (https://geolatinas.weebly.com). During this podcast, she talks about her earlier work on Pliocene climate and stratigraphy (https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1029/2018PA003496), about her new paper on being anti-racist in geoscience (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-021-23936-w), and about CycloAstro and CycloCohort (https://sites.google.com/view/cycloastro). The Intro music of this podcast is again an excerpt of a piece based on the North Atlantic Oscillation from the "Aphrodite's Dew" book and CD project by Arvid Tomayko and Sandro Montanari. Check out more of their work at arvidtomayko.com

The second podcast on www.cyclostratigraphy.org is by Hamdi Omar. He talks about cyclostratigraphy in the Berriasian and a new paper. The Intro music of this podcast is again an excerpt of a piece based on the North Atlantic Oscillation from the "Aphrodite's Dew" book and CD project by Arvid Tomayko and Sandro Montanari. Check out more of their work at arvidtomayko.com

The first podcast on www.cyclostratigraphy.org - by Theresa Nohl. She talks about cyclostratigraphy and a new paper. The Intro music of this podcast is an excerpt of a piece based on the North Atlantic Oscillation from the "Aphrodite's Dew" book and CD project by Arvid Tomayko and Sandro Montanari. Check out more of their work at arvidtomayko.com.