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Taxonomy, Systematics and Biogeography of Fossil and Recent Algae Morphology, Taxonomy, Biogeography and Ecology of Diatoms and Other Algae – Celebrating the Impact of Professor Galina K. Khursevich for over 40 Years of her Scientific Work

Series: Nova Hedwigia Beihefte Series Volume: 147
By: John Patrick Kociolek(Editor), Maxim S Kulikovskiy(Editor)
344 pages, 19 plates, 967 illustrations, 25 tables
Publisher: J. Cramer Verlag
Taxonomy, Systematics and Biogeography of Fossil and Recent Algae
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Taxonomy, Systematics and Biogeography of Fossil and Recent Algae brings together contributions from authors and places around the world, documenting the biodiversity of diatoms, fossil and recent, and the applications of diatoms in a variety of ecological and geographic settings. This volume honors and celebrates the impact of Prof. Dr. Dr. hab. Galina Khursevich's over 40 years of scientific work in these fields. Galina Khursevich's work has been international in scope, as she approached problems of freshwater fossil diatom taxonomy, systematics, and evolution, as well as the application of diatoms to solve practical problems of paleoecology and climate change. This book is of interest for all readers working on fossil or recent algae.

Contents

- Career overview of Galina K. Khursevich v
- Loginova, L.P.: A good friend and colleague 1
- Kulikovskiy, M. & Kociolek, J.P.: Patrionyms, Taxa described and publications of Galina K. Khursevich 3
- Usoltseva, M., Likhacheva, O., Pushkar, V. & Avramenko, A.: Alveolophora khursevichiae sp. nov. from the Miocene sediments of Khanka Lake (Far East) 27
- Bosak, S., Becerril, D.U.H., Piltaver, I.K., Petravic, M. & Ljubešic, Z.: Morphological observations on the rare, planktonic, araphid diatom Neodelphineis indica (Taylor) Tanimura (Bacillariophyta) 35
- Chudaev, D.A., Glushchenko, A.M., Blagoveshchenskaya1, E.Yu., Karthick, B. & Kulikovskiy, M.S.: Morphology and taxonomy of Navicula escambia and N. simulate (Bacillariophyceae) 43
- Genkal, S.I. & Yarushina, M.I.: A new species of the genus Sellaphora (Bacillariophyta) from waterbodies in the Far North of Western Siberia, Russia 59
- Genkal, S.I. & Yarushina, M.I.: On the morphology and distribution of a rare diatom species Chamaepinnularia gandrupii in Russia 63
- Glushchenko, A., Kulikovskiy, M., Kuznetsova, I., Dorofeyuk, N. & Kociolek, J.P.: New species and combinations in the genus Eunotia Ehrenberg 1837 (Bacillariophyceae: Eunotiaceae) from waterbodies of Southeastern Asia 69
- Gusev, E.S., Guseva, E.E. & Gabyshev, V.A.: Taxonomic composition of silica-scaled chrysophytes in rivers and lakes of Yakutia and Magadanskaya oblast (Russia) 105
- Kulikovskiy, M., Glushchenko, A., Dorofeyuk, N. & Kociolek, J.P.: Morphology and distribution of Ninastrelnikovia laosica sp. nov. - a new species in a previously monospecific genus 119
- Ognjanova-Rumenova, N. & Pipík, R.: Aulacoseira turiecensis, a new fossil species from the Turiec Neogene Basin, Slovakia 127
- Olshtynska, A. & Tsoy, I.: Silicoflagellates of the Late Eocene to Early Oligocene of Eastern Paratethys (Azov Sea area of Ukraine) 141
- Olshtynska, A. & Tymchenko, Y.: A new species of Cymatopleura W. Smith (Bacillariophyta) from the Upper Pleistocene sediments of the Black Sea 151
- Romanov, R.E., Patova, E.N., Teteryuk, B.Y. & Chemeris, E.V.: Charophytes (Charales, Charophyceae) on the north-eastern edge of Europe: is it something different across Northern Europe in their diversity and biogeography? 161
- Oreshkina, T.: Transfer of extant non-marine diatom Melosira ignota Rubina from Late Oligocene of West Siberia to the genus Pseudoaulacosira Lupikina et Khursevich 183
- Strelnikova, N.I. & Nikitina, E.N.: Some Cretaceous and Paleogene Trinacria, Medlinia, Sheshukovia species from Russia (Volga river region, Western Siberia), Kazakhstan and Ukraine 193
- Van de Vijver, B., Wilfert, S., John, D.M. & Lange-Bertalot, H.: Two new diatom species (Bacillariophyta) from Ascension Island (South Atlantic Ocean) 229
- Kapustin, D. & Kulikovskiy, M.: Transfer of Stenopterobia and Surirella taxa (Bacillariophyceae) described from the insular Southeast Asia to the genus Iconella 237
- Nevrova, E. & Petrov, A.: Bathymetric distribution of mass benthic diatom species (Bacillariophyta) at the Black Sea 247
- Bishop, I.W., Tucker, S.T., Joeckel, R.M. & Spaulding, S.A.: Benthic fossil diatoms from the upper Ogallala Group (late Miocene) near Scotia, NE (USA) 261
- Sala, S.E., Vouilloud, A.A. & Heguilor, S.: Valve morphology of Diploneis sudamericana nov. sp. and Diploneis elliptica (Kützing) Cleve 295
- Williams, D.M., Witkowski, J. & Sims, P.A.: The nomenclatural significance of the unique diatom names published in Thomas Mellor's book Common Diatoms (1920) 307
- Starrat, S.W.: Diatom floras in lakes in the Ruby Mountains and East Humboldt Range, Nevada, USA: a tool for assessing high-elevation climatic variability 319
- Das, S.K., Radhakrishnan, C., Kociolek, J. P. & Karthick, B.: Three new species of Gomphonema Ehrenberg (Bacillariophyta), from Eastern Himalayas, with a note on the unique girdle band structure 359

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Series: Nova Hedwigia Beihefte Series Volume: 147
By: John Patrick Kociolek(Editor), Maxim S Kulikovskiy(Editor)
344 pages, 19 plates, 967 illustrations, 25 tables
Publisher: J. Cramer Verlag
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