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Environmental Micropaleontology The Application of Microfossils to Environmental Geology

Series: Topics in Geobiology Volume: 15
Edited By: Ronald E Martin
481 pages, B/w plates, figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Springer Nature
Environmental Micropaleontology
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  • Environmental Micropaleontology ISBN: 9780306462320 Hardback Jul 2000 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Microfossils are ideally suited to environmental studies because their short generation times allow them to respond rapidly to environmental change. This book represents an assessment of the progress made in environmental micropalaeontology and sets out future research directions. The taxa studied are mainly foraminifera, but include arcellaceans, diatoms, dinoflagellates, and ostracodes. The papers themselves range from reviews of applications of particular taxa to specific case studies.


Foreword; S.J. Culver. Preface; R.E. Martin. Introduction; R.E. Martin. Part I: Baseline Studies of Foraminifera. 1. When does environmental variability become environmental change? The proxy record of benthic foraminifera; J.W. Murray. 2. Distribution trends of foraminiferal assemblages in paralic environments: a base for using foraminifera as bioindicators; J.-P. Debenay, et al. Part II: Water Quality in Modern Marginal Marine and Freshwater Environments. A: Foraminifera. 3. Benthic foraminifera as bioindicators of heavy metal pollution: a case study from the Goro Lagoon (Italy); R. Coccioni. 4. Impact of anthropogenic environmental change on larger foraminifera, Tarawa Atoll, Kiriban, South Pacific; M.T. Ebrahim. 5. Larger foraminifers as indicators of coral-reef vitality; P. Hallock. B: Ostracoda. 6. Ostracoda in detection of sewage discharge in Pacific Atoll; S.H. Eager. 7. Ostracodes as indicators of river pollution in northern Israel; A. Rosenfeld, et al. 8. Ostracoda as indicators of conditions and dynamics of marine ecosystems; E.I. Schornikov, et al. Part III: Physiological Responses of Foraminifera to Pollution. 9. Environmental variation and foraminiferal test abnormalities; E. Geslin, et al. 10. Chemical ecology of foraminifera: parameters of health, environmental pathology, and assessment of environmental quality; V.M. Bresler, V. Yanko-Hombach. Part IV: Disturbance and Recovery Through Time. A: Arcellacea (Thecoamoebians). 11. Use of Arcellacea (thecamoebians) to gauge levels of contamination and remediation in industrially polluted lakes; R.T. Patterson, A. Kumar. B: Diatoms. 12. Sedimentary diatoms and chysophytes as indicators of lakewater quality in North America; S.S. Dixit, J.P. Smol. C: Dinoflagellates. 13. Dinoflagellate cysts as indicators of cultural eutrophication and industrial pollution in coastal sediments; B. Dale. D: Foraminifera. 14. Environmental strategraphy: a case study reconstructing bottom water oxygen conditions in Frierfjord, Norway, over the past five centuries; E. Alve. 15. Foraminifera of storm-generated washover fans: implications for determining storm frequency in relation to sediment supply and barrier island evolution, Folly Island, South Carolina; S.P. Hippensteel, R.E. Martin. 16. Benthic foraminiferal distributions in south Florida: analogues to historical changes; S.E. Ishman. 17. Variation in natural versus anthropogenic eutrophication of shelf areas in front of major rivers; G.J. van der Zwaan. Part V: Aquifers and Engineering. A: Dinoflagellates. 18. Establishing a hydrostratigraphic fromework using palynology: an example from the Savannah River site, South Carolina, U.S.A.; R.S. Van Pelt, et al. B: Foraminifera. 19. Construction of the Thames barrier: an application of micropalaeontology to the solution of an environmental problem; M.B. Hart.

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Series: Topics in Geobiology Volume: 15
Edited By: Ronald E Martin
481 pages, B/w plates, figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: Springer Nature
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