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Marine plankton - a proxy for the understanding of recent and fossil environments (Session "Marines Plankton als Umweltindikator für rezente und fossile Lebensräume")

Meeting GEO 2002, Würzburg 2002

2005. 200 pages, 21x30cm, 810 g
Language: English

(Palaeontologische Zeitschrift, Band 79 Heft 1)

ArtNo. ES166007901, paperback

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Marine plankton - a proxy for the understanding of Recent and fossil
environments
Mutterlose, J.: Preface 1
Matthiessen, J. et al.: Modern organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts in
Arctic marine environments and their (paleo-) environmental
significance 3
Pross, J. & Brinkhuis, H.: Organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts as
paleoenvironmental indicators in the Paleogene; a synopsis of
concepts. 53
Zonneveld, K.A.F. et al.: The (palaeo-)environmental significance of
modern calcareous dinoflagellate cysts: a review 61
Kohring, R. et al.: Examples for character traits and palaeoecological
significance of calcareous dinoflagellates 79
Baumann, K.-H. et al.: The significance of extant coccolithophores as
indicators of ocean water masses, surface water temperature, and
paleoproductivity: a review 93
Mutterlose, J. et al.: Mesozoic calcareous nannofossils - state of the
art 113
Schiebel, R. & Hemleben, Ch.: Modern planktic foraminifera 135
Spezzaferri, S. & Spiegler, D.: Fossil planktic foraminifera (an
overview) 149
Spiegler, D. & Spezzaferri, S.: Bolboforma - an overview 167
Lazarus, D.: A brief review of radiolarian research 183