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Thomas Hoyle is a geoscientist specialising in palaeoenvironmental reconstructions and biostratigraphy. He completed a BA (University of Leicester, 2006), an MSc (University of Reading, 2013), and received his PhD in Earth Sciences (Utrecht University, 2019). His day-to-day activities involve using palynology, sedimentology and geochemistry to reconstruct palaeoenvironments, palaeoclimate and basin connectivity histories.
Tom joined CASP in August 2019 to address issues related to Paratethyan stratigraphy.
- New geochemical insights into Cenozoic source rocks in Azerbaijan: Implications for petroleum systems in the South Caspian region
- Freshening of the Mediterranean Salt Giant: controversies and certainties around the terminal (Upper Gypsum and Lago-Mare) phases of the Messinian Salinity Crisis
- Climate-driven connectivity changes of the Black Sea since 430 ka: Testing a dual palynological and geochemical approach
- The myth of the Messinian Dardanelles: Late Miocene stratigraphy and palaeogeography of the ancient Aegean-Black Sea gateway