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Diatom Research Over Time and Space - Morphology, Taxonomy, Ecology and Distribution of Diatoms - From Fossil to Recent, Marine to Freshwater, Established Species and Genera to New Ones Celebrating the Work and Impact of Nina Strelnikova on the Occasion of her 80th Birthday

Series: Nova Hedwigia Beihefte Series Volume: 143
By: John Patrick Kociolek(Editor), Maxim S Kulikovskiy(Editor), Jan A Witkowski(Editor), DM Harwood(Editor)
518 pages, 26 plates with b/w photos; 1390 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 23 tables
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Language: English

Readers of this Beiheft of Nova Hedwigia will find articles on a large variety of diatoms, from fossil to recent, marine to freshwater, established species and genera to new ones. Fifty-two authors have contributed to this volume by their diversity of interests. Topics range from morphology, taxonomy, ecology and distribution of diatoms found all over the world (from Europe to Russia and Asia, from the entire American Continent and even the Antarctica) and from past to recent.

The variety of the papers presented in this volume reflects the diversity of scientific interests of Nina Strelnikova, to whom this Beiheft is dedicated.

This volume is of interest for every scientist working on diatoms and interested in the variety of diatom research. It should not be missing in any library.
 

Contents

- Preface V
- Eighty years of life VII
- Patrionyms XII
- Diatom Taxa described by Professor N.I. Strelnikova XII
- List of publications by Nina Ivanovna Strelnikova XIV
- Barron, J., Bukry, D. & Gersonde, R.: Diatom and silicoflagellate biostratigraphy for the late Eocene: ODP 1090 (sub-Antarctic Atlantic) 1
- Prokopenko, A.A. & Khursevich, G.K.: Planktonic diatom flora of large rift lakes in continental Asia during the past 1 Ma: comparison of biostratigraphic records from Lake Baikal and Lake Hovsgol 33
- Ognjanova-Rumenova, N.: Cyclotella metochia, a new fossil species from the Neogene Metohia Basin, the Balkan Peninsula 53
- Potapova, M.: Diatoms of Bering Island, Kamchatka, Russia 63
- Jahn, R., Kusber, W.-H. & Lange-Bertalot, H.: Typification and taxonomy of Hantzschia amphioxys (Ehrenberg) Grunow (Bacillariophyta): type of the genus name Hantzschia Grunow 103
- Gusev, E.S. & Kulikovskiy, M.: Centric diatoms from Vietnam reservoirs with description of one new Urosolenia species 111
- Genkal, S.: Morphology, taxonomy, ecology and distribution of Cyclotella meduanae Germain (Bacillariophyta) 127
- Levkov, Z. & Williams, D.M.: Observations on Caloneis Cleve (Bacillariophyceae) species from the ancient lakes Ohrid and Prespa 141
- Doan-Nhu, H., Nguyen-Ngoc, L., Anh, N.T.M., Larsen, J. & Thoi, N.C.: Diatom genus Chaetoceros Ehrenberg 1844 in Vietnamese waters 159
- Morales, E.A., Wetzel, C.E., Rivera, S.F., Novais, M.H., Hoffmann, L. & Ector, L.: Craticula strelnikoviana sp. nov. and Craticula guaykuruorum sp. nov. (Bacillariophyta) from South American saline lakes 223
- Enache, M.D., Potapova, M. & Morales, E.A.: Platessa strelnikovae (Bacillariophyta), a new species from Maine and Vermont lakes, USA 239
- Petrov, A. & Nevrova, E.: Numerical analysis of the structure of benthic diatom assemblages in replicate samples (Crimea, the Black Sea) 245
- Chudaev, D.A., Kociolek, J.P. & Gololobova, M.A.: Gomphonema megalo brebissonii sp. nov.: a new large-celled taxon in species complex around G. acuminatum from the sediments of Lake Glubokoe (European Russia) 255
- Kociolek, J.P., Khursevich, G.K. & Theriot, E.C.: Strelnikoviella incognita gen. nov., sp. nov., from Miocene sediments of New Mexico, USA 271
- Pappas, J.L., Kociolek, J.P. & Stoermer, E.F.: Quantitative morphometric methods in diatom research 281
- Oreshkina, T.V. & Radionova, E.P.: Diatom record of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum in marine paleobasins of Central Russia, Transuralia and adjacent regions 307
- Gladenkov, A.Yu.: Bipolar distribution of some earliest Oligocene marine diatoms 337
- Buczkó, K., Ognjanova-Rumenova, N., Magyari, E.K., Morales, E.A., Wojtal, A.Z., Magyar, I. & Ector, L.: Structure, biostratigraphy and distribution of Navicula haueri Grunow, a Miocene diatom (Bacillariophyta) from the Carpathian Realm 369
- Wetzel, C.E., Ector, L. & Bicudo, D.: Type analysis of Aulacoseira gessneri (Hustedt) Simonsen (Bacillariophyceae) from South America 381
- Lange-Bertalot, H. & Fuhrmann, A.: Ninastrelnikovia: A new genus of biraphid Bacillariophyceae 391
- Lange-Bertalot, H. & Wojtal, A.Z.: Diversity in species complexes of Placoneis clementis (Grunow) Cox and Paraplaconeis placentula (Ehrenberg) Kulikovskiy, Lange-Bertalot & Metzeltin 403
- Gogorev, R.M. & Pushina, Z.V.: A new araphid diatom genus and species (Bacillariophyta) from Miocene marine deposits of the Fisher Massif (Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica) 421
- Witak, M. & Jankowska, D.: Ancylus Lake stage in the Gulf of Gdan'sk (southern Baltic Sea) based on diatom taphocoenoses 449
- Witkowski, A., Nevrova, E., Lange-Bertalot, H. & Kociolek, J.P.: Navicula petrovii, sp. nov. (Bacillariophyceae), a naviculoid diatom with amphoroid symmetry and its relationship to Navicula sensu stricto and other naviculoid genera 469
- Stachura-Suchoples, K. & Kulikovskiy, M.: Freshwater tolerance of Conticribra weissflogii in continental waters 485
- Witkowski, J. & Harwood, D.M.: Hemiaulus giganteus Jousé ex Strelnikova: lectotypification and comparison to the generitype, H. proteus Heiberg 497
- Kulikovskiy, M. & Kociolek, J.P.: The diatom genus Gomphonema Ehrenberg in Lake Baikal. I. Morphology and taxonomic history of two endemic species 507

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Series: Nova Hedwigia Beihefte Series Volume: 143
By: John Patrick Kociolek(Editor), Maxim S Kulikovskiy(Editor), Jan A Witkowski(Editor), DM Harwood(Editor)
518 pages, 26 plates with b/w photos; 1390 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 23 tables
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