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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LITHOLOGIC SUBSTRATE STUDIES

August 3, 2012


This bibliography is intended as an aid for those studying marine lithologic substrates and the organisms that inhabit them. Although many references to recent hard substrate environments are presented, the primary emphasis here is paleontological. Please note that this listing does not contain studies concerning the encrustation or boring of purely biotic substrates, nor does it attempt to cover all studies of modern encrusters. Each article included here has some immediate paleobiological or evolutionary interest. Abstracts, theses, dissertations and local guidebook articles are not listed in this bibliography unless they are unusual or rare studies not published elsewhere. We have made every attempt to insure the spelling is correct in these citations, but critical marks in non-English references are sometimes missing. Occasionally annotations are attached to references to explain the inclusion of papers that may not appear from their titles to concern lithologic substrates. This bibliography contains 1002 references. Please note the cross-indexing at the end of the alphabetical listing by senior author.


This bibliography is regularly updated. If you are interested in a more recent version, or have any comments, suggestions, corrections, or additions, please contact Mark A. Wilson, Department of Geology, The College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio 44691 USA (mwilson@wooster.edu).


Abdallah, H. 1989. Surfaces durcies polyphasees du Campanien moyen dans la chaine nord des Chotts (Tunisie). [Middle Campanian polyphase hardground in the northern Chotts Ranges, Tunisia.] Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France, Huitieme Serie 5: 1071-1079.


Addicott, W.O. 1963. An unusual occurrence of Tresus nuttalli (Conrad, 1837) (Mollusca: Pelecypoda). Veliger 5: 143-145.


Ager, D. 1986. A reinterpretation of the basal “Littoral Lias” of the Vale of Glamorgan. Proc. Geol. Association 97: 29-35.


Aghib, F.S., D. Bernoulli and H. Weissert. 1991. Hardground formation in the Bannock Basin, eastern Mediterranean. Marine Geology 100: 103-113.


Aguirre, J. and A.P. Jiménez. 1997. Census assemblages in hard-bottom coastal communities: a case study from the Plio-Pleistocene Mediterranean. Palaios 12: 598-608.


Ahr, W.M. and R.J. Stanton, Jr. 1973. The sedimentologic and paleoecologic significance of Lithotrya, a rock-boring barnacle. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 43: 20-23.


Aigner, T. 1977. Schalenpflaster im Unteren Hauptmuschelkalk bei Crailsheim (Württ., Trias, mo1) - Stratinomie, Ökologie, Sedimentologie. Neues Jahrb. Geol. Paläontol. Abh. 153: 193-217.


Aigner, T. 1979. Schill-Tempestite im Oberen Muschelkalk (Trias, SW Deutschland). Neues Jahrb. Geol. Paläontol. Abh. 157: 326-343.


Aigner, T. 1982. Calcareous tempestites: storm-dominated stratification in Upper Muschelkalk Limestones (Middle Trias, SW-Germany). In: Einsele, G. and A. Seilacher (eds.), Cyclic and Event Stratification. Springer-Verlag, New York, 536 pages.


Aigner, T. 1983. A Pliocene cliff-line around the Giza Pyramids Plateau, Egypt. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 42: 313-322. [Note: This shore is probably post-Pliocene; see Hamza, 1983.]


Aissaoui, D.M. and B.H. Purser. 1983. Nature and origins of internal sediments in Jurassic limestones of Burgundy (France) and Fnoud (Algeria). Sedimentology 30: 273-283.


Akpan, E.B. 1991. Palaeoecological significance of Lithophaga borings in Albian stromatolites, SE Nigeria. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 88: 185-192.


Alexandersson, E.T. 1972a. Intergranular growth of marine aragonite and Mg-calcite: Evidence of precipitation from supersaturated seawater. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 42: 441-460.


Alexandersson, E.T. 1972b. Mediterranean beachrock cementation: Marine precipitation of Mg-calcite, p. 203-233. In: Stanley, D.J. (ed.), The Mediterranean Sea: a natural sedimentation laboratory. Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Inc., Stroudsburg, PA.


Alexandersson, E.T. 1978. Discussion: Distribution of submarine cement in a modern Caribbean fringing reef, Galeta Point, Panama. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 48: 665-668. [See Macintyre, 1977 and 1978]


Allen, R.C., E. Gavish, G.M. Friedman and J.E. Sanders. 1969. Aragonite-cemented sandstone from outer continental shelf off Delaware Bay: submarine lithification mechanism yields product resembling beachrock. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 39: 136-149.


Allouc, J. 1986a. Les encroutements sous-marins de Méditerranée. Une explication génétique. Revue de l’Institut Française du Pétrole, 25 p.


Allouc, J. 1986b. Minéralisations ferromanganésifères associées aux sédimentations condensées des reliefs sous-marins de Méditerranée. Memorie della Società Geologica Italiana 35: 201-216.


Allouc, J. 1987. Les paléocommunautés profondes sur fond rocheux du Quaternaire Méditerranéen. Description et essai d’interprétation paléoécologique. Géobios 20: 241-264.


Allouc, J. 1990. Quaternary lithic crusts on slopes of the Mediterranean Sea. A tentative genetic explanation. Marine Geology 94: 205-238.


Allouc, J., T. Le Campion-Alsumard and D. Leung Tack. 1996. La bioérosion des substrats magmatiques en milieu littoral: l’exemple de la presqu’ile du Cap Vert (Sénégal Occidental). [Bioerosion of magmatic rocks in a coastal environment: the example of the Cap Vert peninsula (western Senegal). Geobios 29: 485-502.


Al-Thour, K.A. 2000. Diagenesis of the Middle-Upper Jurassic carbonate platform (Amran Group), Yemen. Middle East Models of Jurassic/Cretaceous Carbonate Systems, SEPM Special Publication 69: 155-171.


Anastas, A.S. and M. Coniglio. 1992. Dolomitized bryozoan bioherms from the Lower Silurian Manitoulin Formation, Bruce Peninsula, Ontario. Bull. Can. Petroleum Geology 40: 128-135.


Anderson, T.F. and N. Schneidermann. 1973. Stable isotope relationships in pelagic limestones from the central Caribbean: leg 15 Deep Sea Drilling Project, p. 795-803. In: Init. Rept., Deep Sea Drilling Project 15.


Andersson, J.G. 1896. Über cambrische und siluresche phosphoritführende Gesteine aus Schweden. Uppsala Univ. Geol. Inst. Bull. 2: 133-236.


Andersson, K.A. 1979. Early lithification of limestones in the Redwater Shale Member of the Sundance Formation (Jurassic) of southeastern Wyoming. Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming 18: 1-17.


Andrews, C. and Williams, R.B.G. 2000. Limpet erosion of Chalk shore platforms in Southeast England. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 25: 1371-1381.


Anonymous (probably M.J. Desnoyers). 1832. Réunions extraordinaires à Caen du 4 an 10 Septembre 1832. Bulletin de la Société géologique de France 3: 1-16. [Page 15 apparently contains the first reference to a traditional hardground.]


Ansell, A.D. 1970. Boring and burrowing mechanisms in Petricola pholadiformis Lamarck. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 4: 211-220.


Ansell, A.D. and N.B. Nair. 1969. A comparative study of bivalves which bore mainly by mechanical means. American Zoologist 9: 857-868.


Aranda-Manteca, F.J. and M.A. Tellez-Duarte. 1989. Paleoecology of the San Diego Formation at La Joya, Baja California, p. 111-113. In: Abbott, P.L. (ed.), Geologic studies in Baja California. Pacific Section, Society Econ. Paleontologists and Mineralogists.


Asgaard, U. and R.G. Bromley. 1991a. Population dynamics and autecology of “Rhynchonellatriangularis, a Late Cretaceous rocky coast brachiopod, p. 247-252. In: MacKinnon, D.I., D.E. Lee and J.D. Campbell (eds.), 1990, Brachiopods through time. Proc. 2nd Int’l. Brachiopod Congress, Dunedin, New Zealand. Balkema, RotterdAmerican


Asgaard, U. and R.G. Bromley. 1991b. Colonization by micromorph brachiopods in the shallow subtidal of the eastern Mediterranean Sea, p. 261-264. In: MacKinnon, D.I., D.E. Lee and J.D. Campbell (eds.), 1990, Brachiopods through time. Proc. 2nd Int’l. Brachiopod Congress, Dunedin, New Zealand. Balkema, Rotterdam.


Assaruri, M. and R. Langbein. 1987. Verbreitung und Entstehung intraformationeller Konglomerate im Unteren Muschelkalk Thüringens (Mittlere Trias). Zeit. für Geol. Wissenschaften 15: 511-525.


Ávila, S.P., Madeira, P., Zazo, C., Kroh, A., Kirby, M., da Silva, C.M., Cachão, M. and de Frias Martins, A.M. 2009. Palaeoecology of the Pleistocene (MIS 5.5) outcrops of Santa Maria Island (Azores) in a complex oceanic tectonic setting. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 274: 18–31.


Avnimelech, M. 1955. Occurrence of fossil Phoronidea-like tubes in several geological formations in Israel. Res. Council Israel, ser. B, v. 5, no. 2, p. 174-177.


Bain, R.J. 1989a. Exposed beachrock: its influence on beach processes and criteria for recognition, p. 33-44. In: Mylroie, J.E. (ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium on the Geology of The Bahamas, Bahamian Field Station, San Salvador Island, June 17-22, 1988.


Bain, R.J. 1989b. Origin of beach rock and its influence on beach processes, French Bay, p. 41-42. In: Curran, H.A. (ed.), Pleistocene and Holocene Carbonate Environments on San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Field Trip Guidebook T175, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.


Baarli, B.G., S. Brande and M.E. Johnson. 1992. Proximality trends in the Red Mountain Formation (Lower Silurian) of Birmingham, Alabama. Oklahoma Geological Survey Bulletin 145: 1-17.


Babic, L. and J. Zupanic. 2000. Borings in mobile clasts from Eocene conglomerates of northern Dalmatia (coastal Dinarides, Croatia). Facies 42: 51-57.


Baird, G.C. 1976. Coral encrusted concretions: a key to recognition of a ‘shale on shale’ erosion surface. Lethaia 9: 293-302.


Baird, G.C. 1978. Pebbly phosphorites in shale: a key to recognition of a widespread submarine discontinuity in the Middle Devonian of New York. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 48: 545-555.


Baird, G.C. 1981. Submarine erosion on a gentle paleoslope: a study of two discontinuities in the New York Devonian. Lethaia 14: 105-122.


Baird, G.C. and F.T. Fürsich. 1975. Taphonomy and biologic progression associated with submarine erosion surfaces from the German Lias. Neues Jahrb. Geol. Paläont. Mn. 1975 (6): 321-338.


Baker, P.G. and M.A. Wilson. 1999. The first thecideide brachiopod from the Jurassic of North America. Palaeontology 42: 887-895.


Baluk, W. and A. Radwanski. 1977. Organic communities and facies development of the Korytnica Basin (Middle Miocene; Holy Cross Mountains, central Poland). Acta Geologica Polonica 27: 85-123.


Barnes, C.R. 1965. Probable spur-and-groove structures in Middle Ordovician limestone near Ottawa, Canada. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 35: 257-261.


Barnes, D.K.A. 1995a. Antarctic epifaunal sublittoral communities. I. The ice-foot zone. Marine Biology 121: 555-563.


Barnes, D.K.A. 1995b. Sublittoral epifaunal communities at Signy Island, Antarctica. II. Below the ice-foot zone. Marine Biology 121: 565-572.


Barnes, D.K.A. and R.J. Arnold. 1999. Possible latitudinal clines in Antarctic intertidal and subtidal zone communities encrusting ephemeral hard substrata. Journal of Biogeography 26: 207-213.


Barnes, D.K.A. and A. Clarke. 1998. The ecology of an assemblage dominant: the encrusting bryozoan Fenestrulina rugula. Invertebrate Biology 117: 331-340.


Barnes, D.K.A. and P. Rothery. 1996. Competition in encrusting Antarctic bryozoan assemblages: outcomes, influences and implications. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 196: 267-284.


Barnes, D.K.A., P. Rothery and A. Clarke. 1996. Colonisation and development in encrusting communities from the Antarctic intertidal and sublittoral. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 196: 251-265.


Barrier, P., I. Di Geronimo, R. La Perna, A. Rosso, R. Sanfilippo and H. Zibrowius. 1996. Taphonomy of deep-sea hard and soft bottom communities: the Pleistocene of Lazzàro (southern Italy). Comunicación de la II Reunión de Tafonomía y fosilización 1996: 39-46.


Barrows, A.L. 1917. Geological significance of fossil rock-boring animals. Bull. Geological Society of America 28: 965-972.


Barrows, A.L. 1919. The occurrence of a rock-boring isopod along the shore of San Francisco Bay, California. Univ. Calif. Publication Zool. 19: 299-316.


Bartlett, G.A. and R.G. Greggs. 1970. The Mid-Atlantic Ridge near 45° 00' north. VIII. Carbonate lithification on oceanic ridges and seamounts. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 7: 257-267.


Bassi, D., Humblet, M. and Iryu, Y. 2011. Recent ichnocoenosis in deep water macroids, Ryukyu Islands, Japan. Palaios 26: 232-238.


Bassi, D. and Rasser, M.W. 2011. Cryptic relicts from the past: Palaeoecology and taphonomy of encrusting thecideid brachiopods in Paleogene carbonates. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien A Mineralogie Petrologie Geologie Palaeontologie Archaeozoologie Anthropologie Praehistorie 113A: 525-542.


Bather, F.A. 1909. Fossil representation of the lithodomous worm Polydora. Geological Magazine 6: 108-110.


Bathurst, R.G.C. 1971. Carbonate sediments and their diagenesis. Developments in Sedimentology 12. Elsevier (Amsterdam). 658 pages. [Especially chapter 9]


Bathurst, R.G.C. 1980. Stromatactis -- origin related to submarine-cemented crusts in Palaeozoic mud mounds. Geology 8: 131-134.


Bathurst, R.G.C. 1983. Early diagenesis of carbonate sediments, p. 349-377. In: Parker, A. and B.W. Sellwood (eds.), Sediment Diagenesis. Proceedings, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences, vol. 115.


Baumgartner, P.O. 1985. Jurassic sedimentary evolution and nappe emplacement in the Argolis Peninsula (Peloponnesus, Greece). Denkschriften der Schweizerischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft, Band 99, 111 p.


Bavestrello, G., C.N. Bianchi, B. Calcinai, R. Cattaneo-Vietti, C. Cerrano, C. Morri, S. Puce and M. Sarà. 2000. Bio-mineralogy as a structuring factor for marine epibenthic communities. Marine Ecology Progress Series 193: 241-249.


Beauchamp, B., Krouse, H.R., Harrison, J.C., Nassichuk, W.W. and Eliuk, L.S. 1989. Cretaceous cold-seep communities and methane-derived carbonates in the Canadian Arctic. Science 244: 53-56.


Beauchamp, B. and Savard, M. 1992. Cretaceous chemosynthetic carbonate mounds in the Canadian Arctic. Palaios 7: 434-450.


Bell, B.M. 1975. Ontogeny and systematics of Timeischytes casteri n. sp.: an enigmatic Devonian edrioasteroid. Bulletin of American Paleontology 67: 33-56.


Bellosi, E.S. 1994. "Hardground" miocenos de la cuenca San Jorge (Argentina), un caso atipico en secuencias no carbonaticas de mares frios. [Miocene hardgrounds of the San Jorge Basin (Argentina); an atypical case of carbonate rock sequences from cold seas.]. Reunion Argentina de Sedimentologia - Actas 5: 139-144.


Benke, K. 1981. Die Dogger/Malm-Wende in den NW-Keltiberischen Ketten (Spanien) und angrenzenden Gebieten; Sedimentologie, Stratigraphie und Paläogeographie. [The Dogger-Malm transition in the northwestern Celtiberic Chain, Spain, and the surrounding regions; sedimentology, stratigraphy and paleogeography.] Facies 4: 95-164.


Benner, J.S., Ekdale, A.A. and De Gibert, J.M., 2004. Macroborings (
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