INA 7 Puerto Rico 1998
The proceedings of the INA7 confernce held in Puerto Rico in 1998 were published as a special issue of Marine Micropaleontology - contents below. A limited number of copies of this volume are available from the INA for the special price of 40 US dollars.
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Young J. R., Thierstein H. R., Winter A. (eds.) 2000: Nannoplankton
ecology and palaeocology, Proceedings of the INA7 conference, Puerto Rico,
Marine Micropaleontology, vol. 39, p.1-318
Cros L., Kleijne K., Billard C., Zeltner A. and Young J.R.
New examples of holococcolith-heterococcolith combination coccospheres and their implications for coccolithophorid biology. Pages 1-34
Further evidence for the heterococcolith-holococcolith combination Calcidiscus leptoporus - Crystallolithus rigidus. Pages 35-38.
Sprengel C. and Young J. R. (2000)
First direct documentation of associations of Ceratolithus cristatus ceratoliths, hoop-coccoliths and "Neosphaera coccolithomorpha" planoliths. Pages 39-41.
Karwath B., Janofske D., Tietjen F. and Willems H.
Temperature effects on growth and cell size in the marine calcareous dinoflagellate Thoracosphaera heimii. Pages 43-52
K. Hagino, H. Okada and H. Matsuoka
Spatial dynamics of coccolithophore assemblages in the Equatorial Western-Central Pacific Ocean.
K. Takahashi and H. Okada
Environmental control on the biogeography of modern coccolithophores in the southeastern Indian Ocean offshore of Western Australia  •
H. Kinkel , K. -H. Baumann and M. Cepek
Coccolithophores in the equatorial Atlantic Ocean: response to seasonal and Late Quaternary surface water variability
R. W. Jordan and A. Winter
Assemblages of coccolithophorids and other living microplankton off the coast of Puerto Rico during January–May 1995
M. Cachão and M. T. Moita
Coccolithus pelagicus, a productivity proxy related to moderate fronts off Western Iberia
Claudia Sprengel , Karl-Hein Baumann and Susanne Neuer
Seasonal and interannual variation of coccolithophore fluxes and species composition in sediment traps north of Gran Canaria (29°N 15°W).
A. T. C. Broerse , P. Ziveri and S. Honjo
Coccolithophore (–CaCO3) flux in the Sea of Okhotsk: seasonality, settling and alteration processes. Pages 179-200
K. Kameo and T. Sato
Biogeography of Neogene calcareous nannofossils in the Caribbean and the eastern equatorial Pacific—floral response to the emergence of the Isthmus of Panama.
S. Monechi , A. Buccianti and S. Gardin
Biotic signals from nannoflora across the iridium anomaly in the upper Eocene of the Massignano section: evidence from statistical analysis.
F. Lottaroli and D. Catrullo
The calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphic framework of the Late Maastrichtian–Danian North Sea chalk .
C. Street and P. R. Bown
Palaeobiogeography of Early Cretaceous (Berriasian–Barremian) calcareous nannoplankton. Pages 265-291
Calibration of early–middle Toarcian nannofossil events based on high-resolution ammonite biostratigraphy in two expanded sections from the Iberian Range (East Spain).
R. W. Jordan , A. T. C. Broerse , K. Hagino , H. Kinkel , C. Sprengel , K. Takahashi and J. R. Young
Taxon lists for studies of modern nannoplankton. Pages 309-314
Author Index Volume 39, 2000  •