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Abstract

The objective of this project is to investigate and quantify reproducibility of cyclostratigraphic studies and to provide a platform to discuss the merits and pitfalls of different methodologies, and their applicability. The project will be structured around several “test scenarios”, which are signals to be analyzed by participants that feature state-of-the-art challenges in time-series analysis of geologic signals. Participants will be solicited to submit and/or present and describe their solutions to one or several of the ”test scenarios” at a common event (e.g. workshop).
Reproducibility in cyclostratigraphy:
initiating an intercomparison project
Matthias Sinnesael thanks the Research Foudation Flanders (FWO) for the awarded PhD fellowship (FWOTM782) and IAS for the EGU Travel Grant.
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Scope and Objectives
The objective of this project is to investigate and quantify reproducibility
of cyclostratigraphic studies and to provide a platform to discuss the
merits and pitfalls of different methodologies, and their applicability.
The project will be structured around several “test scenarios”, which are
signals to be analyzed by participants that feature state-of-the-art
challenges in time-series analysis of geologic signals. Participants will be
solicited to submit and/or present and describe their solutions to one or
several of the ”test scenarios” at a common event (e.g. workshop).
Matthias Sinnesael (1), David De Vleeschouwer (1,2), Christian Zeeden (3,4), Philippe Claeys (1)
(1) Earth System Science, Analytical, Environmental, & Geo-Chemistry, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
(2) MARUM, Center for Marine Environmental Science, Leobener Str., 28359 Bremen, Germany
(3) Chair of Physical Geography and Geoecology, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
(4) PSL, IMCCE, Observatoire de Paris, 75014 Paris, France
Summer 2018
Winter
2017 - 2018
Summer &
Autumn 2017
Today!
September 2017
Food for Thought
How researcher-dependent are cyclostratigraphic interpretations?
Is this a problem and can we do something about it?
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