Alexandre POHL
Alexandre POHL
CNRS Researcher, Biogéosciences, Dijon, France
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Glacial onset predated Late Ordovician climate cooling
A Pohl, Y Donnadieu, G Le Hir, JB Ladant, C Dumas, J Alvarez‐Solas, ...
Paleoceanography 31 (6), 800-821, 2016
An early Cambrian greenhouse climate
TW Hearing, THP Harvey, M Williams, MJ Leng, AL Lamb, PR Wilby, ...
Science advances 4 (5), eaar5690, 2018
High potential for weathering and climate effects of non-vascular vegetation in the Late Ordovician
P Porada, TM Lenton, A Pohl, B Weber, L Mander, Y Donnadieu, C Beer, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 12113, 2016
High dependence of Ordovician ocean surface circulation on atmospheric CO2 levels
A Pohl, E Nardin, TRA Vandenbroucke, Y Donnadieu
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 458, 39-51, 2016
Ocean circulation in the Toarcian (Early Jurassic): a key control on deoxygenation and carbon burial on the European Shelf
I Ruvalcaba Baroni, A Pohl, NAGM van Helmond, NM Papadomanolaki, ...
Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 33 (9), 994-1012, 2018
Effect of the Ordovician paleogeography on the (in) stability of the climate.
A Pohl, Y Donnadieu, G Le Hir, JF Buoncristiani, E Vennin
Climate of the Past, 2014
Marine carbonate factories: a global model of carbonate platform distribution
J Michel, M Laugié, A Pohl, C Lanteaume, JP Masse, Y Donnadieu, ...
International Journal of Earth Sciences 108, 1773-1792, 2019
Extinction intensity during Ordovician and Cenozoic glaciations explained by cooling and palaeogeography
E Saupe, H Qiao, Y Donnadieu, A Farnsworth, A Kennedy-Asser, ...
Nature Geoscience, 2019
The climatic significance of Late Ordovician‐early Silurian black shales
A Pohl, Y Donnadieu, G Le Hir, D Ferreira
Paleoceanography 32 (4), 397-423, 2017
Global distribution of modern shallow-water marine carbonate factories: a spatial model based on environmental parameters
M Laugié, J Michel, A Pohl, E Poli, J Borgomano
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 16432, 2019
Vertical decoupling in Late Ordovician anoxia due to reorganization of ocean circulation
A Pohl, Z Lu, W Lu, RG Stockey, M Elrick, M Li, A Desrochers, Y Shen, ...
Nature Geoscience 14 (11), 868-873, 2021
Decreasing Phanerozoic extinction intensity as a consequence of Earth surface oxygenation and metazoan ecophysiology
RG Stockey, A Pohl, A Ridgwell, S Finnegan, EA Sperling
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (41), e2101900118, 2021
Continental configuration controls ocean oxygenation during the Phanerozoic
A Pohl, A Ridgwell, RG Stockey, C Thomazo, A Keane, E Vennin, ...
Nature 608 (7923), 523-527, 2022
Possible patterns of marine primary productivity during the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event
A Pohl, DAT Harper, Y Donnadieu, G Le Hir, E Nardin, T Servais
Lethaia 51 (2), 187-197, 2018
Truncated bimodal latitudinal diversity gradient in early Paleozoic phytoplankton
A Zacaï, C Monnet, A Pohl, G Beaugrand, G Mullins, DM Kroeck, ...
Science Advances 7 (15), eabd6709, 2021
Quantifying the paleogeographic driver of Cretaceous carbonate platform development using paleoecological niche modeling
A Pohl, M Laugié, J Borgomano, J Michel, C Lanteaume, CR Scotese, ...
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 514, 222-232, 2019
Post-extinction recovery of the Phanerozoic oceans and biodiversity hotspots
P Cermeño, C García-Comas, A Pohl, S Williams, MJ Benton, ...
Nature 607 (7919), 507-511, 2022
Revising the timing and causes of the Urgonian rudistid-platform demise in the Mediterranean Tethys
C Frau, AJB Tendil, A Pohl, C Lanteaume
Global and Planetary Change 187, 103124, 2020
Quantitative comparison of geological data and model simulations constrains early Cambrian geography and climate
TW Wong Hearing, A Pohl, M Williams, Y Donnadieu, THP Harvey, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 3868, 2021
The Bossons glacier protects Europe's summit from erosion
C Godon, JL Mugnier, R Fallourd, JL Paquette, A Pohl, JF Buoncristiani
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 375, 135-147, 2013
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