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Eocene Earth & Environmental Sciences
gulf Earth & Environmental Sciences
temperature Earth & Environmental Sciences
bivalve Earth & Environmental Sciences
fossils Agriculture & Biology
coast Earth & Environmental Sciences
fossil Earth & Environmental Sciences
oxygen isotope Earth & Environmental Sciences

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Projects 2004 2018

Research Output 1990 2017

  • 1898 Citations
  • 22 h-Index from Scopus
  • 43 Article

High-latitude settings promote extreme longevity in fossil marine bivalves

Moss, D. K., Ivany, L. C., Silver, R. B., Schue, J. & Artruc, E. G. Aug 1 2017 In : Paleobiology. 43, 3, p. 365-382 18 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

bivalve
fossil
Bivalvia
fossils
temperature
oxygen isotope
isotope
clams
isotopes
oxygen
2 Citations

Lifespan, growth rate, and body size across latitude in marine bivalvia, with implications for phanerozoic evolution

Moss, D. K., Ivany, L. C., Judd, E. J., Cummings, P. W., Bearden, C. E., Kim, W. J., Artruc, E. G. & Driscoll, J. R. Aug 17 2016 In : Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 283, 1836, 20161364

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Phanerozoic
body size
Bivalvia
Body Size
Growth
4 Citations

Gradients in seasonality and seawater oxygen isotopic composition along the early Permian Gondwanan coast, SE Australia

Beard, J. A., Ivany, L. C. & Runnegar, B. Sep 1 2015 In : Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 425, p. 219-231 13 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

coasts
gradients
oxygen
water
seasonality
33 Citations

Pronounced zonal heterogeneity in Eocene southern high-latitude sea surface temperatures

Douglas, P. M. J., Affek, H. P., Ivany, L. C., Houben, A. J. P., Sijp, W. P., Sluijs, A., Schouten, S. & Pagani, M. May 6 2014 In : Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111, 18, p. 6582-6587 6 p.

Research output: Research - peer-reviewArticle

Eocene
sea surface temperature
temperature gradient
paleotemperature
climate modeling

Press and Media

Eclipse Overload: What If the Sun Were Blocked for Years?

Linda C Ivany

8/2/178/3/17

2 items of media coverage

Press / Media: Expert Comment

Researchers Find Bivalves Live Longer at High Latitudes

Linda C Ivany

9/2/16

1 item of media coverage

Press / Media: Expert Comment

Study: Marine animals live longer at high latitudes

Linda C Ivany

8/11/168/12/16

3 items of media coverage

Press / Media: Expert Comment

Syracuse University researchers confirm marine animals live longer at high latitudes

Linda C Ivany

8/11/168/12/16

2 items of media coverage

Press / Media: Expert Comment