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Olen nõus
23.03.1954
01895-266094
stephen.kershaw@brunel.ac.uk

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2003–...   
Bruneli Ülikool, vanemlektor
 
 
Haridustee
1975–...   
Manchesteri Ülikool, UK
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2008−...   
UNESCO toetatud rahvusvahelise geoteaduste projekti IGCP572 "Taastumine massilisest väljasuremisest"
 
 
Loometöö
Vanade keskkondade ja maa tekkeprotsesside rekonstruktsioon..

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 4. Loodusteadused ja tehnika; 4.2. Maateadused; CERCS ERIALA: P460 Sedimentoloogia ; PÕHISUUND: 1. Keskkonna muutused kvaternaaris 2. Geo-ohtude uuringud 3. Mineviku keskkonna muutused 4. Massilise väljasuremise uuringud
VALDKOND: 4. Loodusteadused ja tehnika; 4.2. Maateadused; CERCS ERIALA: P460 Sedimentoloogia ; PÕHISUUND: 1.Kvaternaari keskkonna muutused 2.Geo-ohtude uuringud 3.Mineviku keskkonna muutused 4.Massilise väljasuremise uuringud

Publikatsioonid

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23.03.1954
01895-266094
stephen.kershaw@brunel.ac.uk

Career

Institution and occupation
01.01.2003–...   
Senior lecturer of Brunel University
 
 
Education
1975–...   
University of Manchester, UK
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2008−...   
Co-leader on a UNESCO-funded International Geoscience Programme project, IGCP572 “Recovery from mass extinction”
 
 
Creative work
Reconstruction of past environments and processes on Earth, together with their applications in geohazard research..

Qualifications

 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 4. Natural Sciences and Engineering; 4.2. Geosciences; CERCS SPECIALTY: P460 Sedimentology ; SPECIALITY: 1.Quaternary Environmental Change 2.Geohazard research 3.Ancient Environmental Change 4.Mass Extinction Research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 4. Natural Sciences and Engineering; 4.2. Geosciences; CERCS SPECIALTY: P460 Sedimentology ; SPECIALITY: 1.Quaternary Environmental Change 2.Geohazard research 3.Ancient Environmental Change 4.Mass Extinction Research
 
 

Publications

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PublikatsioonAutoridAastaVäljaande pealkiriKlassifikaatorFailAsutused
Earliest Triassic microbialites in Çürük Dag, southern Turkey; composition, sequences and controls on formationKershaw, S.; Crasquin, S.; Forel, M-B.; Randon, C.; Collin, P-Y.; Kosun, E.; Richoz, S.; Baud, A.2011Sedimentology1.1.
Erosional truncation of uppermost Permian shallow-marine carbonates and implications for Permian-Triassic boundary events: commentWignall, P.; Kershaw, S.; Collin, P-Y.; Crasquin, S.2009Geological Society of America Bulletin1.1.
Facies changes and diagenetic processes across the Permian-Triassic boundary event horizon, Great Bank of Guizhou, South China: a controversy of erosion and dissolutionCollin, P-Y.; Kershaw, S.; Crasquin, S.; Feng, Q.2009Sedimentology1.1.
High-resolution carbon isotope changes in the Permian–Triassic boundary interval, Chongqing, South China; implications for control and growth of earliest Triassic microbialitesMu, X.; Kershaw, S.; Li, Y.; Guo, L.; Qi, Y.; Reynolds, A.2009Journal of Asian Earth Sciences1.1.
Microbialites as disaster forms in anachronistic facies following the end-Permian mass extinction: a discussionKershaw, S.; Crasquin, S.; Collin, P-Y.; Li, Y.; Feng, Q.; Forel, M-B.2009Australian Journal of Earth Sciences1.1.
Ostracods (Crustacea) and water oxygenation in the earliest Triassic of south China: implications for oceanic events at the end-Permian mass extinctionForel, M-B.; Crasquin, S.; Kershaw, S; Feng, Q. L.2009Australian Journal of Earth Sciences1.1.
Coastal Quaternary morphologies on the northern coast of the South China Sea, China, and their implications for current tectonic models: A review and preliminary studyPedoja, K.; Shen, J-W.; Kershaw, S; Tang, C.2008Marine Geology1.1.
Palaeobiology, ecology, and distribution of stromatoporoid faunas in biostromes of the mid-Ludlow of Gotland, SwedenSandström, S.; Kershaw, S.2008Acta Palaeontological Polonica1.1.
Earliest Triassic microbialites in the South China Block and other areas; controls on their growth and distributionKershaw, S.; Li, Y.; Crasquin-Soleau, S.; Feng, Q.; Mu, X.; Collin, P-Y.; Reynolds, A.; Guo, L.2007Facies1.1.
Ostracod recovery in the aftermath of the Permian-Triassic crisis: Palaeozoic-Mesozoic turnoverCrasquin-Soleau, S.; Galfetti, T.; Bucher, H.; Kershaw, S.; Feng, Q.2007Hydrobiologia1.1.
Reply to Andrews et al.: Discussion on Pleistocene calcified cyanobacterial mounds, Perachora Peninsula, central Greece: a controversy of growth and historyKershaw, S.; Guo, L.2007Journal of the Geological Society1.1.
Micritic fabrics define sharp margins of Wenlock patch reefs (middle Silurian) in Gotland and EnglandKershaw, S.; Li, Y.; Guo, L.2007Geological Society Special Publications3.1.
Reservoir potential of Silurian carbonate mud mounds in the southern Sichuan Basin, Central ChinaZhao, W.Z.; Yang, X-P.; Kershaw, S.; Zhang, B.M.2006Acta Geologica Sinica-English edition1.1.
Stromatoporoid response to muddy substrates in Silurian limestonesKershaw, S.; Wood, R; Guo, L.2006GFF1.1.
Classification and controls of internal banding in Palaeozoic stromatoporoids and colonial coralsYoung, G.; Kershaw, S.2005Palaeontology1.1.
Sedimentary and biotic evidence of a warm-water enclave in the cooler oceans of the latest Ordovician glacial phase, Yangtze Platform, South China BlockLi, Y.; Matsumoto, R.; Kershaw, S.2005Island Arc1.1.
Control of carbonate sedimentation and reef growth in Llandovery sequences on the northwestern margin of Yangtze Platform, South ChinaLi, Y.; Kershaw, S.; Chen, X.2004Gondwana Research1.1.
Ordovician reef systems and settings in south China before the Late Ordovician mass extinctionLi, Y.; Kershaw, S.; Mu, X.2004Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology1.1.
Reef construction after extinction events of the latest Ordovician in the Yangtze Platform, South ChinaLi, Y.; Kershaw, S.2003Facies1.1.
Biotic structure and morphology of patch reefs from Ningqiang Formation, Telychian, Llandovery, Silurian, South ChinaLi, Y.; Kershaw, S.; Chen, X.2002Facies1.1.
Ludlow (Silurian) stromatoporoid biostromes from Gotland, Sweden: facies, depositional models and modern analoguesSandström, S.; M Kershaw, S.2002Sedimentology1.1.