Marine Bioerosion Bibliography

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Hyellomorpha microdendritica Vogel, Golubic and Brett im oberen Obermaastricht Millelpolens. Zeitschrift geologische Wissenschaft 20:109-124.

Schönberg, C.H.L., 2000. Bioeroding sponges common to the Central Great Barrier Reef: descriptions of three new species, two new records, and additions to two previously described species. Senckenbergiana maritima 30:161-221.

Schönberg, C.H.L., 2001. Estimating the extent of endolithic tissue of a clionid Great Barrier Reef sponge. Senckenbergiana maritima 31:29-39.

Schönberg, C.H.L., 2002. Substrate effects on the bioeroding demosponge Cliona orientalis. 1. Bioerosion rates. Marine Ecology 23:313-326.

Schönberg, C.H.L., 2002. Piona lampa, a bioeroding sponge in a worm reef. Hydrobiologia 482:49-68.

Schönberg, C.H.L., 2002. Sponges of the ‘Cliona viridis complex’ – a key for species identification. Proc. 9th International Coral Reef Symposium Bali 2000 1:295-299.

Schönberg, C.H.L., 2003. Substrate effects on the bioeroding Demosponge Cliona orientalis. 2. Substrate colonisation and tissue growth. Marine Ecology 24:59-74.

Schönberg, C.H.L., 2003. Errata. Marine Ecology 24:75-78.

Schönberg C.H.L., 2006. Growth and erosion of the zooxanthellate Australian bioeroding sponge Cliona orientalis Thiele, 1900. Proc. 10th International Coral Reef Symposium Okinawa, Japan, 168-174.

Schönberg, C.H.L., 2008. A history of sponge erosion: from past myths and hypotheses to recent approaches, p. 165-202. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Schönberg, C.H.L., Grass, S. and Heiermann, A.T., 2006. Cliona minuscula sp. nov., a small addition to the list of Australian bioeroding sponges. Zootaxa 1312:1-24.

Schönberg, C.H.L. and Ortiz, J.-C., 2008. Is sponge bioerosion increasing? Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 7-11 July 2008, Session number 16:520-523.

Schönberg, C.H.L. and Shields, G., 2008. Micro-computed tomography for studies on Entobia: transparent substrate versus modern technology, p. 147-164. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Schönberg, C.H.L. and Tapanila, L., 2006. Bioerosion research before and after 1996 – a discussion of what has changed since the First International Bioerosion Workshop. Ichnos 13:99-102.

Schönberg, C.H.L. and Tapanila, L., 2006. The bioeroding sponge Aka paratypica, a modern tracemaking analogue for the Paleozoic ichnogenus Entobia devonica. Ichnos 13:147-157.

Schönberg, C.H.L. and Wilkinson, C.R., 2001. Induced colonization of corals by a clionid bioeroding sponge. Coral Reefs 20:69-76.

Schönberg, C.H.L., Wilkinson, C.R., Hoppe, K.N., 1997. Coral skeletal destruction - boring sponges on the Great Barrier Reef, p. 67-71. In: The Great Barrier Reef, science, use and management, a national conference, Proceedings 2.

Schopf, J.W., 1996. Cyanobacteria: Pioneers of the early Earth. Nova Hedwigia 112:13-32.

Schroeder, J.H., 1972. Calcified algal filaments of an endolithic alga in Recent Bermuda reefs. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte 1:16-33.

Schroeder, W.W., Dardeau, M.R., Dindo, J.J., Fleischer, P., Heck, K.L., Jr. and Shultz, A.W., 1988. Geological and biological aspects of hardbottom environments on the L'MAFLA shelf, northern Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the Oceans '88 Conference, Baltimore, p. 17-21.

Schuhmacher, H., 1977. A hermit crab, sessile on corals, exclusively feeds by feathered antennae. Oecologia 27:371-374.

Schuhmacher, H., 1987. The dwelling cavity of the coral crab Latopilumnus tubicolus (Crustacea, Pilumnidae) in Tubastraea micranthus (Scleractinia, Dendrophylliidae). Symbiosis 4:289-302.

Schuhmacher, H., 1993. Impact of some coralivorous snails on stony Corals in the Red Sea. Proceedings 7th International Coral Reef Symposium, Guam, 1992:2:840-846.

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Scoffin, T.P. and Bradshaw, C., 2000. The taphonomic significance of endoliths in dead–versus live– coral skeletons. Palaios 15:248-254.

Scoffin, T.P., Stearn, C.W., Boucher, D., Frydl, P., Hawkins, C.M., Hunter, I.G. and MacGeachy, J.K., 1980. Calcium carbonate budget of a fringing reef on the West coast of Barbados.Part II -- erosion, sediments and internal structure. Bulletin of Marine Science 30:475-508.

Scott, P.J.B., 1980. Associations between scleractinians and coral-boring molluscs in Hong Kong; p. 121-138. In: Morton, B. (ed.), The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China. Hong Kong University Press.

Scott, P.J.B., 1985. Aspects of living coral associates in Jamaica. Proceedings 5th International Coral Reef Congress, Tahiti, 5. 345-350.

Scott, P.J.B., 1986. A new species of Lithophaga (Bivalvia: Lithophaginae) boring corals in the Caribbean. Journal of Molluscan Studies 52:55-61.

Scott, P.J.B., 1987. Associations between corals and macro-infaunal invertebrates in Jamaica, with a list of Caribbean and Atlantic coral associates. Bulletin of Marine Science 40:271-286.

Scott, P.J.B., 1988. Initial settlement behaviour and survivorship of Lithophaga bisulcata (d’Origny) (Myrilidae: Lithophaginae). Journal of Molluscan Studies 54:97-108.

Scott, P.J.B., 1988. Factors influencing the susceptibility of submarine calcareous substrates to attack by bioeroders, p. 681-691. In: Thompson, M.F., Sarojini, R. and Nagabhushanam, R. (eds.), Marine Biodeterioration: Advances - Techniques, Applicable to Indian Ocean; Oxford, IBH Publications, New Delhi.

Scott, P.J.B., 1988. Distribution, habitat and morphology of the Caribbean coral- and rock-boring bivalve, Lithophaga bisulcata (d’Orbigny) (Mytilidae: Lithophaginae). Journal of Molluscan Studies 54:83-95.

Scott, P.J.B., Moser, K.A., Risk, M.J., 1988. Bioerosion of concrete and limestone by marine organisms: a 13 year experiment from Jamaica. Marine Pollution Bulletin 19:219-222.

Scott, P.J.B., Reisweg, H.M., Marcotte, B.M., 1988. Ecology, functional morphology, behaviour, and feeding in coral- and sponge-boring species of Upogebia (Crustacea: Decapoda: Thalassinidea). Canadian Journal of Zoology 66:483-495.

Scott, P.J.B. and Risk, M.J., 1988. The effect of Lithophaga (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) boreholes on the strength of the coral Porites lobata. Coral Reefs 7:145-151.

Scott, P.J.B., Risk, M.J., Carriquiry, J.D., 1989. El Nino, bioerosion and the survival of East Pacific reefs. Proceedings 6th International Coral Reef Symposium, Australia 2:517-520.

Seeler, J-S. and Golubic, S., 1991. Iyengariella endolithica sp. nova, a carbonate boring stigonematalean cyanobacterium from a warm spring-fed lake: nature to culture. Algological Studies 64:399-410.

Seeling, J., 2004. Bioerosion of Late Cretaceous molluscs from Sergipe, Brazil. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte 2004:413-426.

Seesman, P.A., Colwell, R.R. and Zachary, A., 1977. Biodegradation of creosote/naphthalene-treated wood in the marine environment. Proceedings of the American Wood Preservers' Association 73:54-60.

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Seilacher, A., 1968. Swimming habits of belemnites - recorded by boring barnacles. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 4:279-285.

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Seilacher, A., 1984. Constructional morphology of bivalves: evolutionary pathways in primary versus secondary soft-bottom dwellers. Palaeontology 27:207-237.

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Seilacher, A., 1998. Mosasaur, limpets or diagenesis: how Placenticeras shells got punctured. Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Geowissenschaftliche Reiche 1 (1998): 93-102.

Sellius, G., 1733. Historia naturalis teredinis seu xylophagi marini, tubulo-conchoidis speciatim Belgici cum tabulis ad vivum delineatis. Hermann Bessling, Utrecht, 353 pp.

Sengupta, S., 1999. Acrothoracican cirripeds (Crustacea) from Lower Oligocene, south-western Kutch, Gujarat, India. Indian Journal of Earth Sciences 26:70-72.

Sengupta, S. and Nielsen, J.K., 2009. Bioerosion in middle Eocene larger Foraminifera Nummulites obtusus (Sowerby) from Lakhpat, northwest Kutch, Gujarat, India. Indian Journal of Geosciences 63: 81-86.

Sequeiros, L. and Mayoral, E., 1980. Epizoos y perforantes sobre Plagiostoma gigantea (Sow.), Bivalvia (Jurásico inferior); un modelo de relaciones entre paleoecología y diagénesis. Revista del Instituto de Investigaciones Geológicas Diputación Provincial, Universidad de Barcelona 34:149-159.

Seymour Sewell, R.B., 1926. A study of Lithotrya nicobarica Reinhardt. Records of the Indian Museum, Calcutta 28:269-330.

Shafir, A. and Loya, Y., 1983. Consumption and assimilation of coral mucus by the burrowing mussel Lithophaga lessepsiana. Bulletin of the Institute for Oceanography and Fisheries 9:135-140.

Shanks, A.L. and Wright, W.G., 1986. Adding teeth to wave action: the destructive effects of wave-borne rocks on intertidal organisms. Oecologia (Berlin) 69:420-428.

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Shoup, J.B., 1968. Shell opening by crabs of the genus Calappa. Science 160:887-888.

Shashar, N. and Stambler, N., 1992. Endolithic algae within corals - life in an extreme environment. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 163:277-286.

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