Tom Hoyle
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Tom's work uses palynology (terrestrial and marine), sedimentology and geochemistry to reconstruct Pliocene and Quaternary palaeoenvironments, climate and basin connectivity in the Black Sea and Caspian Sea region. He is currently employed as an Early Stage Researcher as part of an EU funded Horizon 2020 Innovative Training Network entitled "PRIDE: Pontocaspian Biodiversity Rise and Demise".

Tom has a background in geoarchaeology and palynology including several years applying his skills to commercial settings as part of the heritage management aspects of the mining and construction industries in the UK and Australia. Tom completed a BA in Archaeology (University of Leicester, 2006) and an MSc in Geoarchaeology (University of Reading, 2013), with a master's thesis entitled "Human responses to rapid climate change in the Upper Palaeolithic of northern Italy".

Scientific expertise
Marine Palynology
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All publications
  2018 - Scholarly publications
Hoyle, T.M., Leroy, Suzanne, López-Merino, Lourdes & Richards, Keith (2018). Using fluorescence microscopy to discern in situ from reworked palynomorphs in dynamic depositional environments — An example from sediments of the late Miocene to early Pleistocene Caspian Sea. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 256, (pp. 32-49) (18 p.).
  2017 - Scholarly publications
van Baak, Christiaan G.C., Krijgsman, Wout, Magyar, Imre, Sztanó, Orsolya, Golovina, Larisa A., Grothe, Arjen, Hoyle, Thomas M., Mandic, Oleg, Patina, Irina S., Popov, Sergey V., Radionova, Eleonora P., Stoica, Marius & Vasiliev, Iuliana (01.09.2017). Paratethys response to the Messinian salinity crisis. Earth-Science Reviews, 172, (pp. 193-223).
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Full name
T.M. Hoyle Contact details
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Room 505
The Netherlands

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