Marine Bioerosion Bibliography

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Diversity and range of scleractinian coral hosts of Ascothoracida (Crustacea: Maxillopoda). Annals de l’Institut Océanographique, Paris 61:115-138.

Zibrowius, H., Southward, E.C. and Day, J.H., 1975 New observations on a little-known species of Lumbrineris (Polychaeta) living on various cnidarians, with notes on ist recent and fossil scleractinian hosts. Journal of the Marine Biological Association, United Kingdom 55:83-108.

Zítt, J., 1992. Bored and mineralized limestone surfaces in the Upper Cretaceous of Bohemia. A preliminary report. Vestník Ceského geologického ústavu 67:109-116.

Zítt, J. and Mikulás, R., 1994. Ichnofossils in phosphatic fillings of crevices and joints of a rock substrate (Upper Cretaceous, Czech Republic). Vestník Ceského geologického ústavu 69:25-30.

Zítt, J. and Mikulás, R., 2006. Substrate of bivalve borers as recorded on phosphatic fills of Gastrochaenolites, palaeoenvironmental context (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czech Republic). Ichnos 13:191-198.

Zítt, J., Nekovarik, C. and Svoboda, P., 2002. Nove hardgroundy ve svrchni kride lokality Cenkov; stredni Cechy. Zpravy o Geologickych Vyzkumech v Roce 2002:50-51.

Zítt, J. and Nekvasilová, O., 1990. Upper Cretaceous rocky coast with cemented epibionts (locality Knezivka, Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czechoslovakia). Casopis pro mineralogii a geologii 35:261-276.

Zítt, J., Nekvasilová, O., Bosák, P., Svobodová, M., Stemproková-Jírová, D. and Stastny, M., 1997. Rocky coast facies of the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary interval at Velim (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czech Republic). First Part. Vestník Ceského geologického ústavu 72:83-102.

Zítt, J., Nekvasilová, O., Bosák, P., Svobodová, M., Stemproková-Jírová, D. and Stastny, M., 1997. Rocky coast facies of the Cenomanian-Turonian Boundary interval at Velim (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czech Republic). Second Part. Vestník Ceského geologického ústavu 72:141-155.

Zítt, J., Nekvasilová, O., Hradecka, L., Svobodová, M. and Zaruba, B., 1999. Rocky coast facies of the Unhost-Tursko High (Late Cenomanian-Early Turonian, Bohemian Cretaceous Basin). Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae, Series B, Historia Naturalis 54 (for 1998) (3-4), 79-116.

Złotnik M. and Ceranka, T., 2005. Patterns of drilling predation of cassid gastropods preying on echinoids from the middle Miocene of Poland. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 50:409-428.

Złotnik, M. and Ceranka, T., 2005. Traces of cassid snails predation upon the echinoids from the middle Miocene of Poland by Ceranka and Złotnik (2003): Reply to comments of Donovan and Pickerill (2004). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 50:633-634.

Zottoli, R.A. and Carriker, M.R., 1974. Burrow morphology, tube formation, and microarchitecture of shell dissolution by spionid polychaete Polydora websteri. Marine Biology 27:307-316.

Zubia, M. and Peyrot-Clausade, M., 2001. Internal bioerosion of Acropora formosa in Réunion (Indian Ocean): Microborer and macroborer activities. Oceanologica Acta 24:251-262.

Zundelevich, A., Lazar, B. and Ilan, M., 2007. Chemical versus mechanical bioerosion of coral reefs by boring sponges – lessons from Pione cf. vastifica. Journal of Experimental Biology 210:91-96.

Zuschin, M. and Baal, C., 2007. Large gryphaeid oysters as habitats for numerous sclerobionts: a case study from the northern Red Sea. Facies 53:319-327.

Zuschin, M., Stachowitsch, M. and Stanton, R.J., Jr., 2003. Patterns and processes of shell fragmentation in modern and ancient marine environments. Earth-Science Reviews 63:33-82.

Zwiebel, J.A. and Johnson, M.E., 1995. Late Pleistocene mytilid and petricolid bivalves from the open rocky shores of Pacific Baja California (Mexico): Unusual preservation of macrofossils. Journal of Coastal Research 11:704-716.

Marine Bioerosion Bibliography

Compiled by Mark A. Wilson (Department of Geology, The College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio 44691; with significant contributions from Karl Kleemann, Leif Tapanila, Leslie Eliuk, Tim Palmer, Paul Taylor, Max Wisshak, Gudrun Radtke, Richard Bromley, John Sime and Elizabeth Heise. Jeff Bowen and Amy Wilson did considerable organization.

Grateful acknowledgment is made to the Donors of the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund for support of this work.

(August 3, 2012)

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