v. 29, n. 1 (2006)

Sumário

Papers

Jere H Lipps
55-80
Francisco Henrique de Oliveira Lima, Eduardo A. M Koutsoukos
81-94
Eduardo A. M Koutsoukos
95-107
Pamela Hallock, D. E Williams, E. M Fisher, S. K Toler
108-128
David B Scott
129-140
Stephen J Culver
141-152
Pratul Kumar Saraswati, Sanjeev V Sabnis
153-162

Abstracts - Plenary Lectures

Evolution of protists
Jere H Lipps
166-167
The origin and early evolution of planktic foraminifera
Malcolm B Hart
166-167
Convergent evolutionary patterns of shell ornamentation in Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera: was there method to the madness?
Brian T Huber
168-169
Deep-sea benthic foraminifera and the oceanic carbon cycle during the Cenozoic
Ellen Thomas
170-171
Bleaching in foraminifera with algal symbionts: implications for reef monitoring and risk assessment
Pamela Hallock, D.E Williams, E.M Fisher, L.M Ayoub
172-173
Forams of the Gulf of Mexico: troubles in a sea of plenty
Barun K. Sen Gupta
174-174
Foraminifera living in sulfidic environments: biology, ecology, and geological implications
Joan M Berhard
175-176

Abstracts - Systematics and Evolution of Protists: fossils, morphology and molecules

Helen Tappan and Alfred R. Loeblich, Jr. Micropaleontologists
Jere H Lipps
178-181
Rethinking the test: functional and evolutionary implications
S.S Bowser, A Habura, J.M Bernhard, J Pawlowski
183-183
Genomic view on origin of foraminifera and their relationships with other amoeboid protists
Fabien Burki, Jan Pawlowski
184-185
The coiling direction paradox in Neogloboquadrina pachyderma
Kate Darling, Michal Kucera, Chris Wade
186-186
Molecular and morphological studies of Streptochilus from the Arabian Sea
Kate Darling, Ellen Thomas, Chris Wade
187-187
Actin phylogeny of foraminifera and intron evolution
J Flakowski, J Fahrni, I Bolivar, J Pawlowski
188-188
Allogromiid test construction
Susan T Goldstein, Samuel S Bowser, Andrea Habura, Elizabeth A Richardson
189-190
Molecular evolution of the foraminiferal SSU rDNA: prospects and pitfalls
Guido W Grimm, Dennis Sprenger, Christoph Hemleben, Vera Hemleben
191-191
Accelerated rates of foraminiferal origination and extinction during the Late Paleozoic Ice Age
John R Groves
192-192
Molecular evolution of foraminiferal tubulins
Andrea Habura, Laura W Parfrey, Sarah Broderick, Samuel S Bowser
193-193
Micro*scope and the Star*sand database
Andrea Habura, David L Patterson, Samuel S Bowser
194-194

Abstracts - Studies on Mesozoic and Cenozoic Foraminifera

3D-imaging of foraminifera by X-ray microtomography
Claudia Baumgartner-Mora, Peter O Baumgartner, Lukas Baumgartner
323-324
Upper Bathonian foraminifera from the North-Lusitanian Sub-Basin, Portugal
Maria Cristina Carapito-Krausshar
325-325
Benthic foraminifera biofacies in upper Cretaceous Ceará basin (Mundaú Sub-basin)
Denize Santos Costa, Marta Claudia Viviers
326-326
Microfaunal analysis of an interval of the oil well Tiémié 1, Southwestern Côte d"Ivoire: paleoenvironmental implications
Digbehi Zéli Bruno, Ouffoue Kouamé Blaise
327-327
Use of benthic foraminifera with elongated tests (endofauna) in the determination of depositional environments: case of the interval 1840-345 m of oil-well IVCO 25 off Côte d"Ivoire, West Africa
Zéli Bruno Digbehi, Kouadio Affian, Aka Kouamé, Loukou Victor N"da, Thierry Tahe
328-328
Paleobathymetric and paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the Oligocene and Miocene deposits of southern Caribbean (Carmen de Bolivar, Colombia) based on benthic foraminifera
Flavia Fiorini, Carlos A Jaramillo
329-329
Taxonomic revision of coarsely ornamented Upper Cretaceous trochospiral planktonic foraminifera
Marius D Georgescu, Brian T Huber
330-331
The wootton bassett mud spings (Wiltshire, U.K.): an unusual Largerstatten for jurassic foraminifera
Malcolm B Hart, Andrew S Henderson, Timothy Frayling
332-332
Primary type specimens of some domestic species in Japan, and their taxonomic status
Shiro Hasegawa, Kohei Abe, Toyoho Ishimura, Jun-Ichi Uchida
333-334
Micropaleontological investigations and sequence stratigraphyof the drilled strata of Qutb-Abad Well #1, Southwestern Iran
Seyed Abolfazl Hosseini
335-335
Tectonics, eustacy and climate: foraminifera and the late Cenozoic evolution of North-Central Chile
Scott Ishman, Nicholas Pinter, Timothy Reilly, Jason Powell, Anthony Stevens, Hans Wilke, Gary Wilson, Ruben Martinez-Pardo
336-337
Deep-water agglutinated foraminifer from the Fram Strait and Lomonosov Ridge: implications for the opening of the Fram Strait
Michael A Kaminski, Lóránd Silye, Sev Kender
338-339
Gone but not forgotten: casualties of the last global extinction
Shungo Kawagata, Bruce W Hayward, Hugh R Grenfell, Aswhaq T Sabaa
340-340
Micropaleontological characterization of Cenozoic deep-sea fan deposits, Congo Fan, offshore Angola
Sev Kender, Michael A Kaminski, Bob W Jones
341-342
Neotectonic uplift of the Pacific Coast of Panama and Costa Rica, based on benthic foraminifera
Lizette Leon-Rodriguez, Laurel S Collins
343-343
Bartonian to end-Rupelian reticulate Nummulites of the Western Tethys
György Less, Botond Kertész, Ercan Özcan
334-335
Tempo and mode of planktonic foraminiferal evolution
Chengjie Liu
346-347
Eocene foraminiferal biostratigraphy and paleoenvironment of Nagaland, Northeastern India
Kapesa Lokho
348-349
Late Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) larger foraminifera from Santiago Coatepec, SE Puebla, Mexico
Lourdes Omaña, Celestina González Arreola, Ana Bertha Villaseñor
350-350
Upper Jurassic lituolids in the Sierra de Chiapas (Mexico) and their relation to the Tethys
Maria Ornelas-Sanchez, Lukas Hottinger
351-352
The Late Cretaceous genus Omphalocyclus from Turkey: new stratigraphical data for the Mediterranean Tethys
Ercan Özcan
353-354
The updated orthophragminid zonation and main turnovers based on the late Paleocene to Priabonian record from Turkey
Ercan Özcan, György Less
355-356
Recent advances in the study of Eocene planktonic foraminifera
Paul N Pearson, Richard K Olsson, Brian T Huber, Christoph Hemleben, William A Berggren, Helen K Coxall, Vlasta Premec Fucek, Isabella Premoli Silva, Bridget S Wade
357-358
Isotope records from Turborotalia cerroazulensis and Turborotalia pomeroli near the middle/late Eocene boundary (North Adriatic Sea, Croatia)
Vlasta Premec-Fucek, Paul N Pearson
359-360
Classification of early Cretaceous trochospiral and planispiral planktonic foraminifera: an update
Isabella Premoli Silva, Davide Verga
361-362
Agglutinated foraminifera using coccoliths as building material: grain handling and wall structure
Erik Thomsen, Tine L Rasmussen
363-363
Barremian-Turonian benthic foraminiferal assemblages from the Great Valley Sequence, California
T Tomosugi, H Nishi, A. G. S Fernando, K Moriya, K Tanabe, M. A Murphy
364-365
Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of Qum Formation (Oligo-Miocene) of Kashan area, Iran
Mohammadreza Vaziri, Azam Mahanipour
366-366
A Cretaceous foraminiferal assemblage from West of Kerman area (Iran)
M. R Vaziri, A Mahanipour, A Arab
367-367
Biozonation of Sinemurian and Pliensbachian larger benthic foraminifera (Velebit Mt., Croatia)
Vladimir Veseli, Ivo Velic, Igor Vlahovic, Josip Tisljar, Damir Stankovic
368-369
The impact of orbitally forced upwelling on Oligocene planktic foraminifera δ13C and abundances
Bridget S Wade, William A Berggren, Richard K Olsson
370-370
From grey to red pelagic sediments during the Turonian: a benthic foraminifera perspective
Ines Wendler, J Wendler, M Wagreich
371-372
Depths, paleodepths and the percentage of foraminiferal assemblages comprising planktonics in Trinidad
Brent Wilson
373-374
Hydrodynamic behavior of empty larger foraminiferal tests
Elza K Yordanova, Johann Hohenegger
375-376
Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the middle Eocene Pazin Basin (Croatia)
Sanja Zivkovic
377-378

Abstracts - Evolution Morphometrics of the Foraminiferal Test in Time and Space

Biometrical study of the benthic foraminifera Cribroelphidium oregonense and morphological features of its deformed individuals
Kohei Abe, Shiro Hasegawa
379-382
Reproducibility of species recognition in modern planktonic foraminfera
Nadia Al-Sabouni, Michal Kucera
382-382
Morphological variation in late Pleistocene-Holocene globorotalid foraminifera
Kevin Brown
383-384
Glossary and "eForams": free rapid access to the current basic knowledge on foraminifera
Lukas Hottinger, Jaroslaw Tyszka, Pawe Topa
385-386
Morphological variability of Globorotalia menardii banner and blow in the caribbean sea and the eastern Equatorial pacific during the past 8 million years
Michael Knappertsbusch
387-388
Late Eocene evolution of Spiroclypeus in Europe
György Less, Ercan Özcan
389-389
Evolution of western Tethyan involute Heterostegina from late Bartonian to the end-Priabonian
György Less, Ercan Özcan, Cesare A Papazzoni, Rudolf Stockar
390-391
Phylogeny and the evolutionary history of planktonic foraminiferal test size
Norman MacLeod
392-393
Intraspecific variation in recent populations of Globigerinoides ruber from the eastern Indian Ocean: evidence from test morphology and geochemistry
Aleksey Yu Sadekov, Stephen M Eggins, Patrick De Deckker
394-394
A comparison of CART and discriminant analysis of morphometric data in foraminiferal taxonomy
Pratul Kumar Saraswati, Sanjeev V Sabnis
395-396
Morphometric data on topotype assemblage of Miogypsina (Lepidocyclina) droogeri from Kachchh, India
Swarndeep D Singh, D. S. N Raju
397-397
Modeling of foraminifera: linking molecules and morphology
Jaroslaw Tyszka, Pawe Topa
398-399

Abstract-Paralic Environments Past and Present-their Characterization with Benthic Foraminifera and Economic Importance

Emendation of the genus Trochammina Parker and Jones for improvement of work in the paralic environments
Cátia F Barbosa, David B Scott
401-404
Benthic foraminiferal assemblages and morphological abnormalities in the Subaé estuarine system, Bahia - Brazil
Leticia Burone, Guilherme Lessa, Altair Machado, Juzenilda Figuêredo
405-406
Mangrove foraminifera from western Ilha do Cardoso, south São Paulo State, Brazil
Renata Dalmora, Dimas Dias-Brito
407-407
Benthic foraminifers and thecamoebians from Guaratuba Bay (Paraná, Brazil): Spatial distribution and trophic interactions with carbon sources
Sibelle Trevisan Disaró, Fernanda Neves Daichtman Roda, Hedda Elisabeth Kolm
408-409
Holocenic evolution of Guadiana River estuary (South of Portugal) based on benthic foraminiferal assemblages
Sarita Camacho da Encarnação
410-411
Palynofacies and foraminifera as hidrodynamic indicators of Araguari estuary, Amazon coast, Amapá-Brazil
Danielle Esteves S Ferreira, L. L. M Laut, M. A Carvalho, V. F Santos, A. G Figueiredo Jr
412-413
Characterization of paralic paleoenvironments using benthic foraminifera from early Cretaceous deposits (Scotian Shelf)
Flavia Fiorini, David B Scott, Grant D Wach
414-414
Foraminifera and bacterial activity in oil spillimpacted mangrove, Guanabara Bay, Brazil
Luiz F Fontana, Lázaro L. M Laut, A.G Figueiredo Jr, M. A. C Crapez, T. D. L Rosa
415-416
Foraminifera from a mangrove transect at the Cardoso Island (Cananéia-Iguape System/SP), Brazil
R. H. F Funo, Décio Luis Semensatto Jr, Dimas Dias Brito, C Coelho Jr
417-417
Estuarine-type foraminifera from Australia's Permian to Cretaceous interior seas
David W Haig
418-419
Indian Ocean tsunami deposits along the West Coast of the Malay-Thai Peninsula: foraminiferal and grain size analysis
Andrea D Hawkes, Micheal Bird, Susan Cowie, Benjamin Horton, Jonathan Nott, Ruth Robinson, Lee Wan Aik
420-421
A 3-stage pollution identification system with an example of final stage decimation
Lee-Ann C Hayek, Martin A Buzas
422-422
Annual variation of foraminifera from a sublitoral zone near Cachoeira River mouth, Paranaguá Bay (Paraná, Brazil)
Isabela Itice, Sibelle Trevisan Disaró
423-424
Foraminifera as sea-level change indicators, Guaratiba Mangrove, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
Lázaro L. M Laut, Eduardo A. M Koutsoukos, Maria Antonieta C Rodrigues
425-426
Review of mangrove foraminifera from the Guaratiba tidal plain, Rio de Janeiro, SE Brazil, collected in the early 70's
Lázaro L. M Laut, Eduardo A. M Koutsoukos, Maria Antonieta C Rodrigues
427-428
Relationship between foraminifera and bacteria in estuarine sediments from Santa Catarina Island, Brazil
Lázaro L. M Laut, F. S Silva, C Bonetti, A.G Figueiredo Jr, M. A. C Crapez
429-430
San Francisco Bay foraminifera: what have natural and human changes wrought on them?
Amy Lesen, Doris Sloan, Jere H Lipps
431-432
Foraminiferal assemblage from estuarine deposits of the Iguape Bay, Bahia Brazil
Altair De Jesus Machado, Edilma De Jesus Andrade, José Bites De Carvalho
433-433
Characterization of Guaraguaçú River (Paraná, Brazil) based on the distribution of foraminiferal and thecamoebian assemblages and sedimentological analysis
Daniel Vicente Pupo, Sibelle Trevisan Disaró
434-435
Foraminifera from surface sediments of a Brazilian mangrove affected by oil spill 20 years ago
Joana Santa-Cruz, Dimas Dias Brito
436-436
Paralic foraminifera through time: how they have been used
David B Scott, F. S Medioli
437-437
Foraminifera and thecamoebians from São Francisco River Delta, NE Brazil: environmental applications
Décio Luis Semensatto-Jr, Dimas Dias Brito
438-439
Agglutinated foraminifera from inner neritic sand and mud facies of the Papuan Lagoon, New Guinea
Luke C Strotz, David W Haig
440-440
Foraminiferal evidence for land movements associated with interplate earthquakes in eastern Hokkaido, Japan
Katie H Thomson, Benjamin P Horton, Antony J Long, Yuki Sawai
441-442
The effects of heavy metal contamination on the foraminifera of a San Francisco Bay salt marsh
Michele Weber, Lorraine R Casazza
443-444
Calcareous foraminifera from tropical north Queensland, Australia: their usefulness as proxy sea-level indicators in the absence of fossil agglutinated foraminifera
Sarah Woodroffe, Ben Horton
445-446

Abstract-Paleobiology of Foraminifera:towards better understanding of ecosystems and biotic evolutionthroughForaminifera

Foraminiferal growth models: towards a fully integrated record of calcification
Heather Anne Austin, William E.N Austin
447-449
Extracellular cracking and content removal of benthic diatoms by intertidal foraminifera
Heather Anne Austin, William E. N Austin, David M Paterson
450-450
Benthic foraminifera as proxies of temperature impact and dystrophic crisis affecting survival of Pacific oysters Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg) in Marennes-Oléron bay
Vincent Bouchet, Jean-Pierre Debenay, Pierre-Guy Sauriau, Joël Radford Knoery, Patrick Soletchnik
451-452
Long-term observations of foraminifera in situ
Sam S Bowser, J Blair, J Mastroianni, A Hansen
453-453
Laboratory studies on benthic foraminiferal ecology and geochemistry
Emmanuelle Geslin, C Barras, F Pucci, E Leori, J.C Duplessy, E Michel, G.J Reichart, C Morigi, A Negri, J Jorissen
454-455
Hidden diversity of allogromiid foraminiferans in low-latitude environments
Andrea Habura, Susan T Goldstein, Sarah Broderick, Samuel S Bowser
456-456
Living benthic foraminifera in methane- and sulfide-enriched sediments at cold seeps and hydrothermal vents
Petra Heinz, Stefan Sommer, Olaf Pfannkuche, Christoph Hemleben, Hiroshi Kitazato
457-457
Diversity of rDNA in Chilostomella: molecular differentiation patterns and putative hermit types
Vera Hemleben, Guido W Grimm, Hiroshi Kitazato, Christoph Hemleben
458-458
Long-term benthic foraminiferal culture: strategies for carbonate-system control and experimentation
Christopher J Hintz, G. Thomas Chandler, Timothy J Shaw, Daniel C Mccorkle, Joan M Bernhard, Jessica K Blanks
459-460
The "unusual" reproduction of planktic foraminifera: an asexual reproductive phase of Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (Ehrenberg)
Katsunori Kimoto, Masashi Tsuchiya
461-461
Roles of benthic foraminifera in carbon cycling at marginal oceans with active tectonic forcing: in situ experiment and observations
Hiroshi Kitazato, Kazumasa Oguri, Ronnie N Glud, Hidetaka Nomaki
462-462
The influence of labile and refractory C-org on benthic foraminifera: a laboratory mesocosm study
Karoliina A Koho, A.M Langezaal, Y.A. Van Lith, T.J Kouwenhoven, G.J. Van Der Zwaan
463-464
Low δ13C in tests of live epibenthic and endobenthic foraminifera at a site of active methane seepage
Andreas Mackensen, Jutta Wollenburg, Laetitia Licari
465-466
Degradation and alteration of phytodetritus by benthic foraminifera: in situ 13C-tracer experiments
Hidetaka Nomaki, P Heinz, N Ohkouchi, T Nakatsuka, H Suga, K Matsumoto, Y Chikaraishi, H Kitazato
467-467
Living benthic foraminifera from methane seep environments: a case study from the Adriatic Sea
Giuliana Panieri
468-468
Mg/Ca micro-distribution in foraminiferal test: implication of laboratory culture experiments
Takashi Toyofuku, Hiroshi Kitazato
469-470
Molecular characterization of bacteria and kleptoplast within Virgulinella fragilis
Masashi Tsuchiya, Takashi Toyofuku, Kiyotaka Takishita, Hiroyuki Yamamoto, John Collen, Hiroshi Kitazato
471-472

Abstract - Micropaleontology of Critical Boundaries

The Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary event in the deep sea: inferences from the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico
Laia Alegret, Alfonso Meléndez
473-476
The Paleocene/Eocene boundary event: inferences from the benthic foraminiferal turnover
Laia Alegret, Silvia Ortiz
477-477
Deep-sea environments across the Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary in the SE Atlantic Ocean (ODP Leg 208 Hole 1262C, Walvis Ridge)
Laia Alegret, Ellen Thomas
478-479
Maastrichtian-Paleocene deposition in the Paraíba basin, NE Brazil
José Antonio Barbosa, Gerta Keller, Thierry Adatte, Virgínio Henrique Neumann, Mário Lima Filho
480-481
Paleoenvironmental interpretation of the Danian-Selandian transition (Paleocene) in the North Sea Basin based on foraminifera
Anne Clemmensen, Erik Thomsen
482-483
Foraminiferal, ostracode and radiolarian biostratigraphy of the Campanian-Maastrichtian and K/P boundary of synorogenic basins of Cuba
María Lizette Díaz Collell
484-485
Cenomanian/Turonian benthic foraminiferal faunas of the Demerara Rise depth transect (ODP Leg 207)
Oliver Friedrich, Jochen Erbacher, Jörg Mutterlose
486-487
Small benthic foraminifera extinction and turnover across the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in a low latitude marine bathyal environment (e.g. Melah section: Tunisia)
Njoud Gallala, Dalila Zaghbib-Turki
488-489
The mid-Pleistocene "Stilostomella extinction event" in the southeast Pacific Ocean: a review
Igor J. C Gavriloff
490-491
Response of foraminiferal faunas to paleoceanographic changes in the Gulf of Guinea from the late Paleocene to the Initial Eocene Thermal Maximum (IETM)
Holger Gebhardt, Olabisi Adekeye, Samson Bankole
492-492
Foraminiferal and calcareous nannofossil events and the stratigraphic record across the Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary in Campos basin, southeastern Brazil
Eduardo A. M Koutsoukos, Alexandre de Azevedo Grassi
493-494
Messinian benthic foraminifera from the Mediterranean
Tanja J Kouwenhoven, G. J. Van Der Zwaan
495-495
Foraminiferal turnover at the Eocene-Oligocene boundary in Tanzania and Java
Paul N Pearson, Ian K Mcmillan, Bridget S Wade, Helen K Coxall
496-497
High resolution planktonic foraminifera analyses across the Paleocene/Eocene boundary at Shatsky Rise, Pacific Ocean
Maria Rose Petrizzo
498-499
Correlation of the Thanetian-Ilerdian turnover of larger foraminifera and the Initial Eocene thermal maximum (IETM) confirming evidence from the Campo area (Pyrenees, Spain)
Victoriano Pujalte, B Schmitz, J. I Baceta, G Bernaola, J Dinarès-Turell, X Orue-Etxebarria, A Payros
500-501
The evolution of late Paleocene-early Eocene carbonate platforms of the Tethys
Christian Scheibner, Robert P Speijer, Maria Mutti
502-502
Foraminiferal transition across the K-P boundary in the Gulf of Mexico and the Chicxulub crater
Jan Smit, S Galeotti, H Brinkhuis
503-504
Planktonic Foraminifera biostratigraphy at the Jerissa area, (CES section in north-western Tunisia), and the impact of the Cenomanian-Turonian Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE-2) on their assemblages
Mohamed Soua, Dalila Zaghbib-Turki
505-506
Benthic foraminiferal change and sea level across the Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary at Brazos River, Texas
Robert P Speijer, Peter Schulte, Hartmut Mai, Christoph Meisen
507-508
PETM in a shallow marine environment: benthic foraminiferal Turnover and echinoid bloom (Sidi Nasseur, Tunisia)
Peter Stassen, Christian Dupuis, Roberto Magioncalda, Peter Schulte, Etienne Steurbaut, Johan Yans, Robert P Speijer
509-510
Faunal changes of Oligocene benthic foraminifera in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific sites of ODP Leg 199
Hiroyuki Takata, Ritsuo Nomura, Koji Seto
511-512
How soon was food delivery to the sea floor restored after the Cretaceous/Paleogene plankton extinction?
Ellen Thomas
513-514
Record of the Paleocene/Eocene boundary global warming impact on deep-sea benthic foraminifers at low latitudes (Kharrouba section: Tunisia)
Lamia Zili, Dalila Zaghbib-Turki
515-516

Abstract - Micro- to Macro-scale Foraminiferal Distributions: patterns and processes

Micro- to macro-scale foraminiferal distributions: the contributions of Martin A. Buzas
Stephen J Culver
517-519
From blue skies science to practical application: increasing need for retrospectivein environmental micropaleontological monitoring (REMM)
Elisabeth Alve
520-521
Biostratigraphic, paleoclimatic and paleobatymetric events in the upper continental slope, north Bahia, Brazil
Tânia Maria Fonseca Araújo, Altair Jesus Machado
522-523
Foraminiferal assemblages in subsurface sediments of the upper continental slope, north Bahia, Brazil
Tânia Maria Fonseca Araújo, Altair de Jesus Machado
524-525
Foraminifera on coral reefs of Brazil: the FOCO project
Cátia Fernandes Barbosa, Patricia Oliveira-Silva, José Carlos Sícoli Seoane, Renato C Cordeiro, Beatrice Padovani Ferreira, Abilio Soares-Gomes, Carine M. De Almeida, Gustavo P Queiroz, Thais Lamana, Silvia Lisboa, Débora Duran
526-527
Deep-sea benthic foraminifera of Campos Basin, SE Brazil: distribution, taxonomy and response to climatic and eustatic variations in the late Quaternary
Valquíria Porfírio Barbosa, Eduardo A. M Koutsoukos
528-528
Foraminiferal monitoring of ecosystems: mission-aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve, Texas
Pamela Buzas-Stephens
529-529
Divergence of late Miocene Caribbean and tropical Eastern Pacific shallow-water benthic foraminifera
Laurel S Collins
530-530
Recent foraminifera from the Croatian Adriatic seacoast
Vlasta Cosovic, Mladen Juracic, Alan Moro, Morana Hernitz Kucenjak, Sanja Rukavina, Nevio Pugliese, Natasa Stuper, Ines Vlahov
532-532
Quaternary climate instability as the driver of genetic diversification in Neogloboquadrina pachyderma (sin)
Kate Darling, Michal Kucera, Chris Wade
533-533
Annual shifts in inter-tidal foraminiferal diversity in the west coast of India
Gadi Subhadra Devi, K. P Rajashekhar
534-535
Stable isotope composition of Cretaceous benthic foraminifera: biological and environmental effects
Oliver Friedrich, Gerhard Schmiedl, Helmut Erlenkeuser
536-536
Quaternary deep-sea benthic foraminifera from the southeast Pacific Ocean: distribution and dominance
Igor J.C Gavriloff
537-537
Deep-sea benthic foraminifera faunas and stable isotopes from the Portugal margin
Clementine Griveaud, F Jorissen, E Michel, P Anschutz
538-538
Paralic foraminiferal record of seven large Holocene earthquakes in eastern New Zealand
Bruce W Hayward, Hugh R Grenfell, Ashwaq T Sabaa, Rowan Carter, Margaret S Morley, Ursula Cochran, Jere H Lipps
539-540
Quantifying Holocene sea-level change using intertidal foraminifera: lessons from the British Isles
Benjamin P Horton, Robin J Edwards
541-542
Benthic foraminiferal response to natural and man-made eutrophicationin the oligotrophic southeast Mediterranean shelf
Orit Hyams, Ahuva Almogi-Labin, Chaim Benjamini, Barak Herut
543-543
Relationship of benthic foraminiferal diversity to paleoproductivity in the Neogene of the Caribbean deep-sea
Sreepat Jain, Laurel S Collins
544-544
Spatial and temporal distribution of benthic foraminiferal faunas in the Bay Biscay
Frans J Jorissen, C Fontanier, G Duchemin, S Hess, S Langenzaal, C Griveaud, C Barras, J Hohenegger, P Anschutz
545-545
Taphonomy of benthic foraminiferal tests from the Jurujuba Sound, Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Patricia B. P Kfouri-Cardoso, Marcello Guimarães Simões, Sabrina Coelho Rodrigues, Beatriz Beck Eichler, Silvia Helena de Mello e Sousa, Patrícia Beck Eichler, Rubens César Lopes Figueira
546-547
Relating microfossil distribution patterns to deep-water depositional processes: a new biofacies model based on Oligocene-Miocene deposits
K. A Knabe, Y.-Y Chen, T.-C Huang, R. T Beaubouef
548-548
Recent benthic foraminiferal assemblages in the nearshore inner shelf in and around Alang shipbreaking yard, Gulf of Khambat, India
Sabyasachi Majumdar, Amalesh Choudhury
549-549
Distribution and ecology of benthic foraminifera in the vicinity of Guadiana River (northern Gulf of Cadiz)
Isabel Mendes, J. M. A Dias, J Shönfeld, R Gonzalez, Ó Ferreira
550-551
Latitudinal and sediment depth gradients in foraminiferal assemblage of the southeast Atlantic
Stefan Müllegger, Werner E Piller
552-553
Foraminifera as health bioindicators in nearshore and offshore Brazilian coral reef sediments
Patricia Oliveira-Silva, Cátia Fernandes Barbosa, José Carlos Sícoli Seoane, Beatrice Padovani Ferreira, Renato C Cordeiro, Abilio Soares-Gomes, Carine M. de Almeida, Gustavo P Queiroz, Débora Duran, Thais Lamana
554-555
Bioevents correlation of planktic foraminifers and radiolarians from the Cenomanian to Turonian, southeastern Mexico
María Ornelas-Sánchez, S. Franco Navarrete, M. Granados Martinez
556-557
Bipolar distribution of deep-sea benthic foraminifera
Jan Pawlowski, B Lecroq, D Longet, J Fahrni, A Gooday, N Cornelius, T Cedhagen
558-558
Surface distribution of foraminifera from the Morbihan's Gulf, France: study for paleoenvironmental reconstructions
Lucia Perez-Belmonte, Evelyne Goubert
559-560
Dissolution control on planktonic foraminiferal micro-scale distributions: two case studies from the NW Pacific Paleocene deposits
Maria Rose Petrizzo
561-562
Influence of hydrodynamic patterns on foraminifera in reef sediment sat the Praia do Forte beach and Itacimirim, Bahia, Brazil
Simone Souza de Moraes, Altair de Jesus Machado
563-564
Biogeography of epiphytic foraminiferans in the tropical Western Atlantic
Susan L Richardson
564-566
Ecological studies on Recent foraminiferal assemblages along the Mediterranean continental shelf of Egypt
Ashraf M Samir, Wafaa Hashem El-Menhawey
567-567
Morphotype analysis of calcareous benthic foraminifera in the Carapita Formation, eastern Venzuela Basin
Dennis Sánchez
568-568
Vertical distribution of planktonic foraminifera in the southwestern Atlantic
Maria Regina Gonçalves de Souza Soranna, Silvia Helena de Mello e Sousa, Salvador Airton Gaeta
569-570
Mid-lower bathyal benthic foraminifera of the Campos Basin, southeastern Brazilian margin: biotopes and controlling ecological factors
Silvia Helena de Mello e Sousa, Raquel Fernanda Passos, Marina Fukumoto, Ilson Carlos Almeida da Silveira, Rubens Cesar Lopes Figueira, Eduardo A. M Koutsoukos, Michel Michaelovitch de Mahiques, Carlos Eduardo Rezende
571-572
Benthic foraminifera in a human-dominated environment: Long Island Sound
Ellen Thomas, Johan C Varekamp
573-574
Paleocene-Eocene Brazilian sedimentary successions and their "flysch-type" foraminiferal assemblages
Marta Claudia Viviers, Elizabete Pedrâo Ferreira
575-575

Abstract - Foraminifera as Paleoceanographic and Paleoclimatologic Process

Reconstructing changes in upper water habitats during the late Maastrichtian global warm event based on stable isotopes
Sigal Abramovich, G Keller, Z Berner, D Stüben
577-580
Modern distribution of benthic foraminifera from the Tagus Prodelta and Estuary, Portugal
Helga Bára Bartels-Jónsdóttir, Karen Luise Bartels-Jónsdóttir, Joachim Schönfeld, Jón Eiríksson
581-581
Signature of the Brazil-Malvinas confluence in the isotopic composition of planktonic foraminifera from core top sediments
Cristiano Mazur Chiessi, Shannon Ulrich, Stefan Mulitza, Jürgen Pätzold, Gerold Wefer
582-583
Foraminiferal evidence for the intensification of the east Australia current during the LGM
Li Chung-Leong, Stephen Gallagher, John Bye
584-584
Planktic foraminiferal assemblages and stable isotope records of the southern Japan Sea during the last 27,000 years
Hanako Domitsu, Motoyoshi Oda, Naokazu Ahagon, Shinji Tsukawaki, Ken Ikehara, Hajime Katayama
585-586
Distribution of planktonic foraminifera: a modeling approach
Igaratza Fraile, Michael Schulzl, Stefan Mulitza, Gerald Ganssen
587-587