Marine Bioerosion Bibliography

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Dietl, G.P. and Kelley, R.R., 2000. Post-Miocene shift in stereotypic naticid predation on confamilial prey from the mid-Atlantic shelf: Coevolution with dangerous prey. Palaios 15:411-429.

Dineen, J.F., 1988. Functional morphology of Lithotrya dorsalis (Cirripedia: Thoracica) in relation to its burrowing habit. Marine Biology 98:543-555.

Distel, D.L., 2003. The biology of marine wood boring bivalves and their bacterial endosymbionts, p. 253-271. In: Goodell, B., Nicholas, D. D., Schultz, T. P. (eds.), Wood Deterioration and Preservation. ACS Symposium Series. American Chemical Society.

Distel, D.L., DeLong, E.F., Waterbury, J.B., 1991. Phylogenetic characterization and in situ localization of the bacterial symbiont of shipworms (Teredinidae: Bivalvia) by using 16SrRNA sequence analysis and oligodeoxynucleotide probe hybridisation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 57:2376-2382.

Distel, D.L. and Roberts, S.J., 1997. Bacterial endosymbionts in the gills of deep-sea wood-boring bivalves Xylophaga atlantica and Xylophaga washingtona: Biological Bulletin 192:253-261.

Domènech, R., 2008. Bioerosion por poliquetos espionidos (Polychaeta, Spionidae) en moluscos marinos del Cuaternario caribeno de Colombia. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales 32:411-420.

Domènech, R., Gibert, J.M. de and Martinell, J., 2001. Ichnological features of a marine transgression: Middle Miocene rocky shores of Tarragona, Spain. Geobios 34:99-107.

Domènech, R., Silva, C.M. da, Cachao, M and Martinell, J., 1999. Una megasuperficie bioerosionada en Oura (Albufeira): Implicaciones para la evolución sedimentaria del Mioceno de Algarve (S de Portugal). Temas Geológico-Mineros ITGE 26:226-230.

Done, T.J., 1987. Simulation of the effects of Acanthaster planci on the population structure of massive corals in the genus Porites: evidence of population resilience? Coral Reefs 6:75-90.

Donn, T.F. and Boardman, M.R., 1986. A profiling method for measuring erosion and accretion of intertidal rock surfaces. Journal of Coastal Research 2:69-73.

Donn, T.F. and Boardman, M.R., 1988. Bioerosion of rocky carbonate coastlines on Andros Island, Bahamas. Journal of Coastal Research 4:381-394.

Donovan, S.K., Fearnhead, F.E. and Underwood, C.J., 2007. Recent borings in limestone cobbles from Marloes Bay, southwest Wales. Lethaia 40:233-236.

Donovan, S.K., Harper, D.A.T. and Rasmussen, J.A., 2009. Taphonomy of logs bored with Teredolites longissimus Kelley and Bromley in the Danian (Lower Paleoecene) of West Greenland. Ichnos 16:186-192.

Donovan, S.K., Hensley, C., Lewis, D.N. and Radley, J.D., 2005. Bioerosion, preparation and curation @discussion and reply. Geological Curator 8:177-180.

Donovan, S.K. and Jagt, J.W.M., 2002. Oichnus Bromley borings in the irregular echinoid Hemipneustes Agassiz from the Type Maastrichtian (Upper Cretaceous, The Netherlands and Belgium). Ichnos 9:67-74.

Donovan, S.K. and Miller, D.J., 1995. Aspects of ancient rocky shorelines: the Hopegate and Falmouth Formations, Jamaica. Caribbean Journal of Science 31:174-184.

Donovan, S.K. and Pickerill, R.K., 1999. Fossils explained 26: trace fossils 4 – borings. Geology Today 15:197-200.

Donovan, S.K. and Pickerill, R.K., 2002. Pattern versus process or informative versus uninformative ichnotaxonomy: reply to Todd and Palmer. Ichnos 9:85-87.

Donovan, S.K. and Pickerill, R.K., 2004. Traces of cassid snails predation upon the echinoids from the Middle Miocene of Poland: Comments on Ceranka and Złotnik (2003). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 49:483-484.

Dornbos, S.Q. and Bottjer, D.J., 2001. Taphonomy and environmental distribution of helicoplacoid echinoderms. Palaios 16:197-204.

Doroudi, M.S., 1996. Infestation of pearl oysters by boring and fouling organisms in the northern Persian Gulf. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences 25:168-169.

Dortangs, R.W., 1998. Sporenfossielen, p. 150-151. In: Jagt, J.W.M., Leloux, J. and Dhondt, A.V. (eds.), Fossielen van de St. Pietersberg. Grondboor en Hamer 53.

Downing, N. and El-Zahr, C.R., 1987. Good evacuation and filling rates in the rock-boring sea urchin, Echinometra mathaei. Bulletin of Marine Science 41:579-584.

Doyle, P., Bennett, M.R., Cocks, F.M., 1998. Borings in a boulder substrate from the Miocene of southern Spain. Ichnos 5:277-286.

Dravis, J., 1979. Rapid and widespread generation of Recent oolitic hardgrounds on a high energy Bahamian platform, Eleuthera Bank, Bahamas. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 49:195-208.

Drew, K.M., 1949. Conchocelis-phase in the life-history of Porphyra umbilicalis (L.) Kütz. Nature 164:748-749.

Drew, K.M., 1954. Studies in the Bangioideae. Annals of Botany 18:193-211.

Drew, K.M., 1958. Studies in the Bangiophycidae. IV. The Conchocelis-phase of Bangia fuscopurpurea (Dillw.) Lyngbye in culture. Pubblicazioni Stazione Zoologica Napoli 30:358-372.

Drew, K.M. and Richards, K.S., 1953. Studies in the Bangioideae, II. The Conchocelis phase of Porphyra sp. in Pollicipes cornucopia Leach at Roscoff. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Botany 55:84-87.

Dring, M.J., 1967. Effects of day length on growth and reproduction of the Conchocelis-phase of Porphyra tenera. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK 47:501-510.

Drinnan, R.E., 1957. The winter feeding of the oystereater (Haematopus ostralegus) on the edible cockle (Cardium edule). Journal of Animal Ecology 26:441-469.

Dronov, A.V., Mikulás, R. and Logvinova, M., 2002. Trace fossils and ichnofabrics across the Volkhov depositional sequence (Ordovician, Arenigian of St. Petersburg region, Russia). Journal of the Czech Geological Society 47:133-146.

Dronov, A.V., Savitsky, J.V., Fedorov, P.V. and Tsyganova, E.A., 1996. Detailed lithostratigraphy of the Ordovician lower Volkhovian limestone along the eastern part of the Baltic-Ladoga Glint, northwestern Russia. GFF 118:19-24.

Droser, M.L., Bottjer, D,J, and Sheehan, P.M., 1997. Evaluting ecological architecture of major events in the Phanerozoic history of marine invertebrate life. Geology 25:167-170.

Droser, M.L., Fortey, R.A. and Li, X., 1996. The Ordovician radiation. American Scientist 84:122-131.

Droser, M.L, Hughes, N.C. and Jell, P.A., 1994. Infaunal communities and tiering in Early Palaeozoic nearshore clastic environments: trace fossil evidence from the Cambro-Ordovician of New South Wales. Lethaia 27:273-283.

Droser, M.L. and Sheehan, P.M., 1997. Palaeoecology of the Ordovician radiation; resolution of large-scale patterns with individual clade histories, palaeogeography and environments. Geobios 20:221-229.

Duerden, J.E., 1902. Boring algae as agents in the disintegration of corals. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 14:323-333.

Dujmov, J. and Sucevic, P., 1990 The contamination of dateshell (Lithophaga lithophaga) from the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Acta Adriatica 31:153-161.

Duncan, P.M., 1876. On some thallophytes parasitic within recent Madreporia. Proceedings of the Royal Society 25:238-256.

Duncan, P.M., 1876. On some unicellular algae parasitic within Silurian and Tertiary corals, with a notice of their presence in Calceola sandalina and other fossils. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London 32:205-210.

Dupraz, C. and Strasser, A., 2002. Nutritional modes in coral-microbialite reefs (Jurassic, Oxfordian, Switzerland): Evolution of trophic structure as a response to environmental change. Palaios 17:449-471.

Durham, J.W. and Zullo, V.A., 1961. The genus Bankia Gray (Pelecypoda) in the Oligocene of Washington. The Veliger 4:1-4.

Duringer, P. and Stapf, K.R.G. 2012. An exceptional rocky shore preserved during Oligocene (Late Rupelian) transgression in the Upper Rhine Graben (Mainz Basin, Germany). Geological Journal 47:388-408.

Durlet, C. and Loreau, J.P., 1996. Séquence diagénétique intrinsèque des surfaces durcies: mise en évidence de surface d'émersion et de leur ablation marine; exemple de la plate-forme bourguignonne, Bajocien (France). [Inherent diagenetic sequence of hardground resulting from marine ablation of exposure surfaces: example of the Bajocian Burgundy Platform, France.] Comptes Rendus de l'Academie des Sciences, Serie II. Sciences de la Terre et des Planetes 323:389-396.

Eakin, C.M., 1992. Post-El Nino Panamanian reefs: Less accretion, more erosion and damselfish protection. Proceedings of the Seventh International Coral Reef symposium, Guam 1:387-396.

Eaton, R.A., 1985. Preservation of marine timbers, p. 157-191. In: Findlay, E.P.K. (ed.), Preservation of Timber in the Tropics. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff.

Eaton, R.A. and Cragg, S.M., 1996. Evaluation of creosote fortified with synthetic pyrethroids as wood preservatives for use in the sea. Part 1: Efficacy against marine wood-boring molluscs and crustaceans. Material und Organismen 29:211-229.

Eaton, R.A. and Hale, M.D.C., 1993. Wood (decay, pests and protection). London: Chapman and Hall.

Ebbestad, J.O.R. and Peel, J.S., 1997. Attempted predation and shell repair in Middle and Upper Ordovician gastropods from Sweden. Journal of Paleontology 71:1007-1019.

Ebbestad, J.O.R. and Tapanila, L., 2005. Non-predatory borings in Phanerotrema (Gastropoda), Early Silurian, Anticosti Island, Quebec, Canada. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 221:325-341.

Eckert, J.D., 1988. The ichnogenus Tremichnus in the Lower Silurian of western New York. Lethaia 21:281-283.

Edinger, E.N., 2000. Bioerosion, p. 275-279. In: Briggs, D.E.G. and Crowther, P.R. (eds), Palaeobiology II, Blackwell Scientific.

Edinger, E.N. and Risk, M.J., 1997. Sponge borehole size as a relative measure of bioerosion and paleoproductivity. Lethaia 29:275-286.

Edmondson, C.H., 1942. Teredinidae in Hawaii. Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Occasional Papers 17:97-150.

Edmondson, C.H., 1946. Dispersal of shipworms among central Pacific islands, with descriptions of new species. Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Occasional Papers 18:211-224.

Edmondson, C.H., 1955. Resistance of woods to marine borers in Hawaiian waters: Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 217, 91 pp.

Edmunds, M., 1986. Acid secretion in some species of Doridacea (Mollusca, Nudibranchia). Proceedings of the Malacological Society 38:121-133.

Edwards, B.D. and Perkins, R.D., 1974. Distribution of microborings within continental margin sediments of the southeastern United States. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 44:1122-1135.

Edwards, J.R. and Marcus S.A., 1993. An unusual Upper Carboniferous hardground from the southeastern part of the Peoples Republic of China [abstract]. Geological Society of America Abstracts With Programs 25(6):A104.

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Ekdale, A.A., Benner, J.S., Bromley, R.G. and de Gibert, J.M., 2002. Bioerosion of Lower Ordovician hardgrounds in southern Scandinavia and western North America. Acta Geologica Hispanica 37:9-13.

Ekdale, A.A. and Bromley, R.G., 2001. Bioerosional innovation for living in carbonate hardgrounds in the Early Ordovician of Sweden. Lethaia 34:1-12.

Ekdale, A.A., Bromley, R.G. and Pemberton, S.G., 1984. Ichnology, the use of trace fossils in sedimentology and stratigraphy. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Short Course, 15, 317 pp.

Ekdale, A.A., Brown, F.H. and Feibel, C.S., 1989. Nonmarine macroborings in early Pleistocene algal biolithites (stromatolites) of the Turkana Basin, northern Kenya. Palaios 4:389-396.

Elewa, A.M.T., 2007. Predation on Miocene ostracods of Wadi Um Ashtan, Mersa Matruh, Western Desert, Egypt, p. 27-37. In: Elewa, A.M.T. (ed.), Predation in organisms: a distinct phenomenon. Springer, Berlin.

El-Hedeny, M.M., 2005. Taphonomy and paleoecology of the Middle Miocene oysters from Wadi Sudr, Gulf of Suez, Egypt. Revue de Paléobiologie, Genève 24:719-733.

El-Hedeny, M.M. and El-Sabbagh, A.M., 2005. Eoradiolites liratus (Bivalvia, Radiolitidae) from the upper Cenomanian Galala Formation at Saint Paul, Eastern Desert (Egypt). Cretaceous Research 26:551-566.

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Elias, R.J., 1980. Borings in solitary rugose corals of the Selkirk Member, Red River Formation (late Middle or Upper Ordovician), southern Manitoba. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 17:272-277.

Elias, R.J., 1986. Symbiotic relationships between worms and solitary rugose corals in the Late Ordovician. Paleobiology 12:32-45.

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El-Shanshoury, A.R., Mona, M.H., Shoukr, F.A. and El-Bossery, A.M., 1994. The enumeration and characterization of bacteria and fungi associated with marine wood-boring isopods and the ability of these microorganisms to digest cellulose and wood. Marine Biology 119:321-326.

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Fenton, C.L. and Fenton, M.A., 1932. Boring sponges in the Devonian of Iowa. American Midland Naturalist 13:42-54.

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Fischer, R., 1981. Bioerosion of basalt of the Pacific coast of Costa Rica. Senckenberg. maritima 13:1-41.

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