Raúl Iván Tapia Arroyo

  Name:Raúl Iván Tapia Arroyo
  Supervisor:Chih-Chieh Su
  Research Room:R205
  Major Interests:Paleoceanography, Micropaleontology, Paleoclimate, Geochemistry, Ecology of benthic foraminifera


Publication list

  1. Tapia, R.*, Le, S., Ho, S. L.*, Bassetti, M., Lin, I.-T, Lin, H.-H., Chang, Y.-P, Jiann, K.-T., Wang, P.-L, Lin, J.-K., Babonneau, N., Ratzov, G., Hsu, S.-K., & Su, C.-C.* (2022). Planktic-benthic foraminifera ratio (%P) as a tool for the reconstruction of paleobathymetry and geohazard: A case study from Taiwan. Marine Geology, 453, 106922. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2022.106922
  2. Tapia, R.*, Ho, S.L.*, Wang, H.-Y., Groeneveld, J., Mohtadi, M. (2022) Contrasting vertical distributions of recent planktic foraminifera off Indonesia during the southeast monsoon: implications for paleoceanographic reconstructions. Biogeosciences, 19, 3185–3208, https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-19-3185-2022.
  3. Tapia R., Ho S.L., Nuñez-Ricardo S., Marchant M., Lamy F., Hebbeln D. (2021) Increased Marine Productivity in the Southern Humboldt Current System During MIS 2–4 and 10–11. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology https://doi.org/10.1029/2020PA004066
  4. Tapia R., Nürnberg D., Ho S.L., Ullermann J., Lamy F., Gersonde R., Tiedemann R., 2019. Glacial differences of Southern Ocean Intermediate Waters in the Central South Pacific. Quaternary Science Reviews DOI 10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.01.016
  5. Molina-Kescher M., Frank M., Tapia R., Ronge T., Nürnberg D., Tiedemann R. 2016. Reduced admixture of North Atlantic Deep Water to the deep central South Pacific during the last two glacial periods. Paleoceanography DOI: 10.1002/2015PA002863
  6. Tapia R., Nürnberg D., Ronge T., Tiedemann, R. 2015. Disparities in glacial advection of Southern Intermediate Water to the South Pacific Gyre. Earth Planetary Science Letters 410, 152 – 164
  7. Tapia R., Lange C.B., Marchant M. 2008. Living (stained) calcareous foraminifera off Concepción, central-south Chile (~36ºS). Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, 81 (3): 403 – 416