Cyclostratigraphy Intercomparison Project
The CIP paper is now published!
Sinnesael M., De Vleeschouwer D., Zeeden C., Batenburg S.J., Da Silva A.-C., de Winter N.J., Dinarès-Turell J., Drury A.J., Gambacorta G., Hilgen F., Hinnov L., Hudson A.J.L., Kemp D.B., Lantink M., Laurin J., Li M., Liebrand D., Ma C., Meyers S., Monkenbusch J., Montanari A., Nohl T., Pälike H., Pas D., Ruhl M., Thibault N., Vahlenkamp M., Valero L., Wouters S., Wu H., and Claeys P. (2019): The Cyclostratigraphy Intercomparison Project (CIP): consistency, merits and pitfalls. Earth-Science Reviews, v. 199, 102965, doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2019.102965.
Monday July 30 – Wednesday August 01, 2018
THE WORKSHOP WAS A GREAT SUCCES! THANK YOU ALL FOR JOINING AND PARTICIPATING!
STAY TUNED FOR FURTHER UPDATES AND THE OUTCOMES OF THE WORKSHOP.
The main goal of this project and the 3-day workshop (30/07/2018-01/08/2018 in Brussels) is to test reproducibility, and to some extent also standardization of results and uncertainties in the field of cyclostratigraphy. This requires the analysis of 3 artificial geological case studies by multiple individual researchers. The idea is that every researcher works independently.
All participants are free to determine their method of choice; however, a handful of criterions will be required as an outcome must be comparable. The different results will be compared and even more importantly, their pathways and resulting (in)accuracy will be discussed.
Prof. Frits Hilgen, Utrecht University
Prof. Linda Hinnov, George Mason University
Prof. Stephen Meyers, UW-Madison
Prof. Heiko Pälike, MARUM
Prof. Nicolas Thibault, University of Copenhagen
Prof. Huaichun Wu, China University of Geosciences
With support of