Marine Bioerosion Bibliography

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Echinometra lucunter. Canadian Journal of Zoology 45:586-588.

McLean, R.F., 1974. Geological significance of the bioerosion of beachrock. Proceedings 2nd International Coral Reef Symposium 2:401-409.

McLoughlin, N., Furnes, H., Banerjee, N.R., Staudigel, H., Muehlenbachs, K., de Wit, M. and Van Kranendonk, M.J., 2008. Micro-bioerosion in volcanic glass: extending the ichnofossil record to Archaean basaltic crust, p. 371-396. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Menzies, R.J., 1957. The marine borer family Limnoriidae (Crustacea, Isopoda): Part I: Northern and Central America: systematics, distribution, and ecology: Bulletin of Marine Science of the Gulf and Caribbean 7:101-200.

Menzies, R.J., 1959. The identification and distribution of the species of Limnoria: In: Ray, D.L. (ed.), Marine fouling and boring organisms. University of Washington Press, Seattle.

Menzies, R.J., Mohr, J. and Wakeman, C.M., 1963. The seasonal settlement of wood-borers in Los Angeles-Long Beach harbors. Wasmann Journal of Biology 21:97-120.

Merkel, J.R. and Traganza, E., 1958. Possible symbiotic role of proteolytic and cellulolytic bacteria found in the digestive system of a marine isopod. Bacteriological Proceedings, 53-54.

Merkel, J.R., Traganza, E.D., Mukherjee, B.B., Griffin, T.B. and Prescott, J.M., 1964. Proteolytic activity and general characteristics of a marine bacterium, Aeromonas proteolytica sp. n. Journal of Bacteriology 87:1227-1233.

Merrill, G.K., 1979. Unusual substrate adaptation in Late Paleozoic acrothoracic barnacles. Journal of Paleontology 53:1433-1435.

Meyers, S.P., 1957. Taxonomy of marine Pyrenomycetes. Mycologia 49:475-528.

Meyers, S.P., 1971. Isolation and identification of filamentous marine fungi, p. 89-113. In: Jones, E.B.G. and Eltringham, S.K. (eds.), Marine borers, fungi and fouling organisms of wood. Proceedings OECD workshop, 27th March-3rd April 1968, Paris.

Michalík, J., 1977. Systematics and ecology of Zeilleria Bayle and other brachiopods in the uppermost Triassic of the West Carpathians. Geologicky Zbornik – Geologica Carpathica 28:323-346.

Michalík, J., 1980. A palaeoenvironmental and palaeoecological analysis of the West Carpathian part of the northern Tethyan nearshore region in the latest Triassic times. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia 85:1047-1064.

Migita, S., 1958. The perforating growth of Conchocelis into the substratum of coralline algae. Bulletin of the Faculty of Fisheries, Nagasaki University 8:55-58.

Migita, S., 1974. Some observations on formation and liberation of conchospores in Conchocelis of Porphyra. Bulletin of the Faculty of Fisheries, Nagasaki University 38:77-85.

Mikulás, R., 1992. Early Cretaceous borings from Stramberk (Czechoslovakia). Casopis pro Mineralogii a geologii 37:297-312.

Mikulás, R., 1993. Teredolites from the Upper Cretaceous near Prague (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czechoslovakia). Vestnik Ceského geologického ústavu 68:7-10.

Mikulás, R., 1994. Sponge borings in stromatoporoids and tabulate corals from the Devonian of Moravia (Czech Republic). Vestnik Ceského geologického ústavu 69:69-73.

Mikulás, R., 1995. Ichnofosilie vzniklé v pevnych substrátech (vrtby) ze spodního devonu Barrandienu. Zprávy o geologických výzkumech v roce 1993:65-66.

Mikulás, R., 1995. Mikroskulptura ichnodruhu Entobia solaris (stopy po cinnosti vrtavych hub) ze spodnokrídovych rockgroundu ve Stramberku. Zprávy o geologických výzkumech v roce 1994:78-79.

Mikulás, R., 1999. Subaerial animal and plant bioerosion in castellated sandstone rocks (Pleistocene to Recent, Czech Republic). Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 45:177-178.

Mikulás, R. and Cilek, V., 1998. Terrestrial insect bioerosion and the possibilities of its fossilization (Holocene to Recent, Czech Republic). Ichnos 5:325-333.

Mikulás, R., Kadlecová, E., Fejfar, O. and Dvorák, Z., 2006. Three new ichnogenera of biting and gnawing traces on reptilian and mammalian bones: a case study from the Miocene of the Czech Republic. Ichnos 13:113-127.

Mikulás, R., Nemecková, M. and Adamovic, J., 2002. Bioerosion and bioturbation of a weathered metavolcanic rock (Cretaceous, Czech Republic). Acta Geologica Hispanica 37:21-27.

Mikulás, R. and Pek, I., 1995. Tertiary borings in Devonian limestone rockgrounds from Hranice (northern Moravia, Czech Republic). Vestnik Ceského geologického ústavu 70:19-26.

Mikulás, R. and Pek, I., 1996. Borings in the oyster shells from the Badenian at Ceska Trebova and its neighbourhood (eastern Bohemia, Czech Republic). Casopis pro Mineralogii a Geologii 41:97-104.

Mikulás, R., Pek, I. and Hladil, J., 1998. Bioerosive traces in the Badenian corals from Jevíãko, Eastern Bohemia, Czech Republic. Zemní plyn a nafta 43:443-457.

Mikulás, R., Pek, I. and Zimák, J., 1995. Teredolites clavatus from the Cenomanian near Maletín (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin), Moravia, Czech Republic. Vestnik Ceského geologického ústavu 70:51-57.

Miller, R.C., 1922. Variations in the shell of Teredo navalis in San Francisco Bay. California, University of California, Publications in Zoology 22:293- 328.

Miller, R.C., 1923. Variations in the pallets of Teredo navalis in San Francisco Bay. California, University of California, Publications in Zoology 22:401-414.

Miller, R.C., 1924. The boring mechanism of Teredo. California, University of California, Publications in Zoology 26:41-80.

Miller, R.C., 1924. Wood-boring mollusks from the Hawaiian, Samoan, and Philippine Islands: University of California Publications in Zoology 26:145-158.

Miller, R.C., 1926. Ecological relations of marine wood-boring organisms in San Francisco Bay. Ecology 7:247-254.

Miller, R.C. and Boynton, L.C., 1926. Digestion of wood by the shipworm. Science 63:524.

Miller, R.H. and Sundberg, F.A., 1984. Boring Late Cambrian organisms. Lethaia 17:185-190.

Miller, W. and Alvis, L.M., 1986. Temporal change as an aspect of biogenic shell utilization and damage, Pleistocene of North Carolina, U.S.A. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 56:197-215.

Milligan, H.N., 1916. Observations on the feeding habits of the purple-tipped sea-urchin. Zoologist 20:81-99.

Misík, M. and Aubrecht, R., 2004. Some notes concerning mineralized hardgrounds (Jurassic and Cretaceous, Western Carpathians). Were all hardgrounds always hard from the beginning? Slovak Geological Magazine 10: 183-202.

Miura, A., 1961. A new species of Porphyra and its Conchocelis-phase in nature. Journal of the Tokyo University of Fisheries 47:305-311.

Miura, A. and Ito, A., 1959. An investigation of Conchocelis in nature. Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Phycology 7:19-26.

Miyazaki, I., 1938. On the incubatory habits and shelled larvae of bivalves. II. Shokubutsu Oyobi Dobutsu [Botany and Zoology, Theoretical and Applied] 6:43-48.

Moissette, P., Cornee, J. and Koskeridou, E., 2010. Pleistocene rolling stones or large bryozoan nodules in a mixed siliciclastic-carbonate environment (Rhodes, Greece). Palaios 25:24-39.

Mokady, O., Arazi, G., Bonar, D.B. and Loya, Y., 1992. Settlement and metamorphosis specificity of Lithophaga simplex Iredale (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) on Red Sea corals. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 162:243-251.

Mokady, O., Bonar, D.B., Arazi, G. and Loya, Y., 1991. Coral host specificity in settlement and metamorphosis of the date mussel Lithophaga lessepsiana (Vaillant, 1865). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 146:205-216.

Mokady, O., Bonar, D.B., Arazi, G. and Loya, Y., 1993. Spawning and development of three coral-associated Lithophaga species in the Red Sea. Marine Biology 115:245-252.

Mokady, O., Brickner, I., Kramarsky-Winter, E. and Loya, Y., 1997. Coral host specificity of Red Sea Lithophaga bivalves - an interdisciplinary approach, p. 1337-1339. In: Lessios, H.A. and Macintyre, I.G. (eds.), Proceedings 8th International Coral Reef Symposium, Balboa, Panama.

Mokady, O., Lazar, B. and Loya, Y., 1996. Echinoid bioerosion as a major structuring force of Red Sea coral reefs. The Biological Bulletin 190:367-372.

Mokady, O., Loya, Y. and Lazar, B., 1998. Ammonium contribution from boring bivalves to their coral host--a mutualistic symbiosis? Marine Ecology Progress Series 169:295-301.

Mokady, O., Rozenblatt, S., Graur, D. and Loya, Y., 1994. Coral-host specificity of Red Sea Lithophaga bivalves: interspecific and intraspecific variation in 12S mitochondrial ribosomal RNA. Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology 3:158-164.

Moll, F., 1952. The classification and distribution of the Teredinidae. Institut Français d'Afrique Noire, Catalogues 8:69-145.

Moll, F. and Roch, F., 1931. The Teredinidae of the British Museum, the natural history museums at Glasgow and Manchester, and the Jeffreys collection. Malacological Society of London, Proceedings 19:201-218.

Montague, K.E., Walton, A.W. and Hasiotis, S.T., 2010. Euendolithic microborings In basalt glass fragments in hyaloclastites: Extending the ichnofabric index to microbioerosion. Palaios 25:393-399.

Monteillet, J., Marchand, B. and Plaziat, J.C., 1982. Les “cannelures horizontales”, traces de broutage fossilisables réalisées en élevage sur divers substrats par le poisson ouest-africain Tilapia heudelotti. Bulletin de la Société Géologiques de France 24:149-152.

Moore, C.H., Graham, E.A. and Land, L.S., 1978. Sediment transport and dispersal across the deep fore-reef and island slope (-55 to -305m), Discovery Bay, Jamaica. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 46:174-187.

Moore, C.H. and Shedd, W.W., 1977. Effective rates of sponge bioerosion as a function of carbonate production. Proceedings 3rd International Coral Reef Symposium 2:499-505.

Moretzsohn, F. and Tsuchiya, M., 1992. Preliminary survey of the coral-boring bivalve fauna of Okinawa, Japan. Proceedings of the Seventh International Coral Reef symposium, Guam 1:404-412.

Morris, J., 1849. Observations on Mr. Hancock's paper on the excavating sponges. The Annals and Magazine of Natural History 4 (second series):239-242.

Morris, J., 1851. Palaeontological Notes. The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Series 2, 8:85-90.

Morrison, L., Feely, M., Stengel, D.B., Blamey, N., Dockery, P., Sherlock, A. and Timmins, É., 2009. Seaweed attachment to bedrock: biophysical evidence for a new geophycology paradigm. Geobiology 7:477-487.

Morse, D.E. Morse, A. Duncan, H. and Trench, R.K., 1981. Algal tumors in the Caribbean octocorallian Gorgonia ventalina. Bulletin of Marine Science 31:399-409.

Morton, B., 1970. The functional anatomy of the organs of feeding and digestion of Teredo navalis Linnaeus and Lyrodus pedicellatus (Quatrefages). Malacological Society of London, Proceedings 39:151-167.

Morton, B., 1978. The diurnal feeding and digestion in shipworms, p. 107-144. In: Barnes, H. (ed.), Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, Volume 16. Aberdeen University Press, Aberdeen.

Morton, B., 1982. Pallial specialization in Gastrochaena (Cucurbitula) cymbium Spengler 1783 (Bivalvia: Gastrochaenacea). Proceedings 1st International Marine Biology Workshop: The Marine Flora and Fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, 859-873.

Morton, B., 1982. The mode of life and functional morphology of Gregariella coralliophaga (Gmelin 1791) (Bivalvia: Mytilacea) with a discussion on the evolution of the boring Lithophaginae and adaptive radiation in the Mytilidae. Proceedings 1st International Marine Biology Workshop: The Marine Flora and Fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, 875-895.

Morton, B., 1983. Coral-associated bivalves of the Indo-Pacific, p. 139-224. In: Russell-Hunter, W.D. (ed.), The Mollusca. Ecology. Vol. 6. Academic Press, London.

Morton, B., 1983. Evolution and adaptive radiation in the Gastrochaenacea (Bivalvia). Journal of Molluscan Studies Supplement 12A:117-121.

Morton, B., 1983. The biology and functional morphology of Eufistulana mumia (Bivalvia: Gastrochaenacea). Journal of the Zoological Society of London 200:381-404.

Morton, B., 1983. A pallial boring gland in Barnea manilensis (Bivalvia: Pholadidae)? Proceedings 2nd International Workshop Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong 1983:191-197 Hong Kong University Press.

Morton, B., 1985. Tube formation in the Bivalvia – Csövek kialakulása kagylóknal. Soosiana 13:11-26.

Morton, B., 1985. The biology and functional morphology of Clavagella australis (Bivalvia: Anomalodesmata). Journal of Zoology 202:489-512.

Morton, B., 1986. The biology and functional morphology of the coral-boring Jouannetia cumingii (Bivalvia: Pholadacea). Journal of the Zoological Society of London 208:339-366.

Morton, B., 1990. Corals and their bivalve borers, the evolution of a symbiosis, p. 11-46. In: Morton, B. (ed.) The Bivalvia, Proceedings of a Memorial Symposium in Honour of Sir Charles Maurice Yonge, Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press.

Morton, B. and McQuiston, R. W., 1974. The daily rhythm of activity in Teredo navalis Linnaeus correlated with the functioning of the digestive system. Forma et Functio [International Journal of Functional Biology] for 1974, 7:59-80.

Morton, B. and Scott, P.J.B., 1980. Morphological and functional specializations of the shell, musculature and pallial glands in the Lithophaginae (Mollusca: Bivalvia). Journal of the Zoological Society of London 192:179-203.

Morton, B. and Scott, P.J.B., 1988. Evidence for chemical boring in Petricola lapicida (Gmelin, 1791) (Bivalvia: Petricolidae). Journal of Molluscan Studies 54:231-237.

Moses, C.A., 2000. Field rock block exposure trials. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie Supplement Band 120:33-50.

Moura, D., Albardeiro, L., Veiga-Pires, C., Boski, T. and Tigano, E., 2006. Morphological features and processes in the central Algarve rocky coast (South Portugal). Geomorphology 81:345-360.

Moura, D., Gabriel, S., Gamito, S., Santos, R., Zugasti, E., Naylor, L., Gomes, A., Tavares, A.M. and Martins, A.L., 2012. Integrated assessment of bioerosion, biocover and downwearing rates of carbonate rock shore platforms in southern Portugal. Continental Shelf Research 38:79-88.

Müller, A.H., 1956. Weitere beiträge zur Ichnologie, Stratinomie und Ökologie der germanischen Trias 1. Geologie 5:405-414.

Müller, H.G., 1994. Ein ungewohnlicher Fall von Korallenzerstörung. Beobachtungen auf Pulau Langkawi in der Andamanensee Datz 47:112-113.

Mumby, P.J., 2009. Herbivory versus corallivory: are parrotfish good or bad for Caribbean coral reefs? Coral Reefs 28:683-690.

Muraoka, J.S., 1964. Deep-ocean biodeterioration of materials – Part I. Four months at 5,640 feet: U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, Technical Report R-329, Port Hueneme, California.

Muraoka, J.S., 1965. Deep-ocean biodeterioration of materials – Part II. Six months at 2,340 feet: U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, Technical Report R-393, Port Hueneme, California.

Muraoka, J.S., 1966. Deep-ocean biodeterioration of materials – Part III. Three years at 5,300 feet: U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, Technical Report R-428, Port Hueneme, California.

Muraoka, J.S., 1966. Deep-ocean biodeterioration of materials – Part IV. One year at 6,800 feet: U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, Technical Report R-456, Port Hueneme, California.

Murray, J.M.H., Meadows, A. and Meadows, P.S., 2002. Biogeomorphological implications of microscale interactions between sediment geotechnics and marine benthos: a review. Geomorphology 47:15-30.

Murray, J.W. and Alve, E., 1999. Natural dissolution of modern shallow water benthic foraminifera: taphonomic effects on the palaeoecological record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 146:195-209.

Musso, B.M., 1992. Rates of skeletal degradation following death in three species of Acropora. Proceedings of the Seventh International Coral Reef symposium, Guam 1:413-418.

Myrow, P.M., Pope, M.C., Goodge, J.W., Fischer, W. and Palmer, A.R., 2002. Depositional history of pre-Devonian strata and timing of Ross orogenic tectonism in the central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica. Geological Society of America Bulletin 114:1070-1088.

Nadson, G.A., 1902. Die perforierenden Algen und ihre Bedeutung in der Natur. Scripta botanica Horti Universitatis Imperialis Petropolitani 1900-1902:35-40.

Nadson, G.A., 1910. Mastigocoleus testarum Lagerh. v presnoj vode - Mastigocoleus testatrum Lagerh. im Süßwasser. Bulletin du Jardin Botanique, St. Petersbourg 10:151-153.

Nadson, G.A., 1927. Les algues perforantes de la mer Noire. Comptes rendus de l’Académie des sciences 184:896-898.

Nadson, G.A., 1927. Les algues perforantes, leur distribution et leur rôle dans la nature. Comptes rendus de l’Académie des sciences 184:1015-1017.

Nadson, G.A., 1932. Contribution à l'étude des algues perforantes. I: La dissociation du thalle et la polymorphisme chez les algues perforantes "Hyella" et "Mastigocoleus". Bulletin of the USSR Academy of Science 7:833-845.

Nadson, G.A., 1932. Contribution à l'étude des algues perforantes. II: Sur la question de la précipitation du carbonate de calcium par les algues perforantes. Bulletin of the USSR Academy of Science 7:846-855.

Nair, N. B. and Saraswathy, M., 1971. The biology of wood-boring teredinid molluscs. Advances in Marine Biology 9:335-509.

Nardo, G.D., 1839. Supra un nuovo genere di Spugne, le quali perforano le pietre ed i gusci marini. Annali delle Scienze del Regno Lombardo-Veneto 9:221-226.

Nassovov, N., 1924. Sur l’éponge perforante Clione stationis Nason. et le procédé du croisement des galleries dans les valves des huitres. Comptes rendus de l’Académie des sciences USSR 1924A, 113-115.

Nava, H. and Carballo, J.L., 2008. Chemical and mechanical bioerosion of boring sponges from Mexican Pacific coral reefs. Journal of Experimental Biology 211:2827-2831.

Naylor, L.A., 2005. The contributions of biogeomorphology to the emerging field of geobiology. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 219:35-51.

Naylor, L.A., Coombes, M.A. and Viles, H.A., 2012. Reconceptualising the role of organisms in the erosion of rock coasts: A new model. Geomorphology 157-158:17-30.

Naylor, L.A. and Viles, H.A., 2002. A new technique for evaluating short-term rates of coastal bioerosion and bioprotection. Geomorphology 47:31-44.

Naylor, L.A., Viles, H.A. and Carter, N.E.A., 2002. Biogeomorphology revisited: Looking towards the future. Geomorphology 47:3-14.

Nebelsick, J.H., 1999. Taphonomic comparison between Recent and fossil sand dollars. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 149:349-358.

Nebelsick, J.H. and Kowalewski, M., 1999. Drilling predation on Recent clypeasteroid echinoids from the Red Sea. Palaios 14:127-144.

Nekvasilová, O., 1975. The etching traces produced by pedicles of Upper Cretaceous brachiopods from Bohemia (Czechoslovakia). Časopis pro mineralogii a geologii 20:69-74.

Nekvasilová, O., 1976. The etching traces produced by pedicles of Lower Cretaceous brachiopods from Stramberk (Czechoslovakia). Časopis pro mineralogii a geologii 21:405-408.

Nelson, S.J. and Johnson, M.E., 2002. Jens Munk Archipelago: Ordivician-Silurian islands in the Churchill Area of the Hudson Bay Lowlands, northern Manitoba. The Journal of Geology 110:577-589.

Neto de Carvalho, C. and Farinha, C., 2001. Génese e significado paleoambienta da associaçao Gastrochaenolites-Trypanites no Jurássico Superior da Bacia Lusitanica (Portugal). Los Fósiles y Paleogeografía. Publicaciones del Seminario de Paleontología de Zaragoza 5.2:379-387.

Neumann, A.C., 1966. Observations on coastal erosion in Bermuda and measurements of the boring rate of the sponge Cliona lampa. Limnology and Oceanography 11:92-108.

Neumann, A.C., 1968. Biological erosion of limestone coasts, p. 75-81. In: Fairbridge, R.W. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Geomorphology. New York, Reinhold Book Corp.

Neumann, C., 2000. Evidence of predation on Cretaceous sea stars from north-west Germany. Lethaia 33:65-70.

Neumann, C. and Wisshak, M., 2006. A foraminiferal parasite on the sea urchin Echinocorys: ichnological evidence from the Late Cretaceous (Lower Maastrichtian, northern Germany). Ichnos 13:185-190.

Neumann, C. and Wisshak, M., 2009. Gastropod parasitism on Late Cretaceous to Early Paleocene holasteroid echinoids — Evidence from Oichnus halo isp. n. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 284:115–119.

Neumann, C., Wisshak, M. and Bromley, R.G., 2008. Boring a mobile domicile: an alternative to the conchicolous life habit, p. 307-328. In: Wisshak, M. and Tapanila, L. (eds.), Current Developments in Bioerosion. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Newall, G., 1970. A symbiotic relationship between Lingula and the coral Heliolites in the Silurian, p. 335-344. In: Crimes, T.P. and Harper, J.C. (eds.), Trace Fossils. Seel House Press, Liverpool. [Embedments often initiate as Trypanites borings]

Newman, W.A., 1971. A deep-sea burrowing barnacle (Cirripedia: Acrothoracica) from Bermuda. Journal of the Zoological Society of London 165:423-429.

Newman, W.A., 1974. Two new deep-sea Cirripedia (Ascothoracica and Acrothoracica) from the Atlantic. Journal of the Marine Biological Association, United Kingdom 54:437-456.

Newman, W.A. and Ladd, H.S., 1974. Origin of coral-inhabiting balanids (Cirripedia, Thoracica). Verhandlungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Basel 84 381-396.

Newman, W.A., and Ross, A., 1971. Antarctic Cirripedia. Antarctic Research Series 14:1-257.

Newman, W.A., Zullo, V.A. and Withers, T.H., 1969. Cirripedia, p. R206-R395. In: Moore, R.C. (ed.), Treatise on Invertebrate Palaeontology, Part R, Arthropoda 4.

Nicol D. and Jones D.S., 1986. Litharca lithodomus and adaptive radiation in arcacean pelecypods. Nautilus 100:105-109.

Nield, E.W., 1984. The boring of Silurian stromatoporoids - towards an understanding of larval behavior in the Trypanites organisms. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 48:229-243.

Nielsen, C., 1976. Notes on boring bivalves from Phuket, Thailand. Ophelia 15:141-148.

Nielsen, C., 1976. An illustrated checklist of bivalves from PMBC beach with a reef-flat at Phuket, Thailand. Phuket Marine Biology Center Research Bulletin 9:1-7.

Nielsen, C., 1986. Fauna associated with the coral Porites from Phuket, Thailand. (Part 1): Bivalves with description of a new species of Gastrochaena. Phuket Marine Biology Center Research Bulletin 42:1-24.

Nielsen, J.K., 1999. Commensal association of Corbula gibba (Bivalvia) and a sub-concial boring. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 45:135-138.

Nielsen, J.K., 2002. Borings formed by Late Cretaceous endobiontic foraminifers within larger benthic foraminifers. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 47:673-678.

Nielsen, J.K., 2004. Taphonomy in the light of intrinsic shell properties and life habits: Marine bivalves from the Eemian of northern Russia. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 78:53-72.

Nielsen, J.K. and Funder, S., 2003. Taphonomy of Eemian marine molluscs and acorn barnacles from eastern Arkhangelsk region, northern Russia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 191:139-168.

Nielsen, J.K. and Gormus, M., 2004. Ichnotaxonomy and ethology of borings in shallow-marine benthic foraminifers from the Maastrichtian and Eocene of northwestern and southwestern Turkey. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 110:493-501.

Nielsen, J.K. and Nielsen, K.S.S., 2002. Pattern versus process or informative versus uninformative ichnotaxonomy: reply to Todd and Palmer. Ichnos 9:83-84.

Nielsen, K.S.S., 1999. Foraminiferivory revisited: a preliminary investigation of holes on foraminifera. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 45:139-142.

Nielsen, K.S.S., Collen, J.D. and Ferland, M.A., 2002. Floresina: a genus of predators, parasites or scavengers? Journal of Foraminiferal Research 32:93-95.

Nielsen, K.S.S. and Nielsen, J.K., 2001. Bioerosion in Pliocene to Late Holocene tests of benthic and planktonic foraminiferans, with a revision of the ichnogenera Oichnus and Tremichnus. Ichnos 8:99-116.

Nielsen, K.S.S., Nielson, J.K. and Bromley, R.G., 2003. Palaeoecological and ichnological significance of microborings in Quaternary Foraminifera. Palaeontologia Electronica 6(2): 13 pp.

Nielsen, R., 1972. A study of the shell-boring marine algae around the Danish island Laeso. Botanisk Tidsskrift 67:445-469.

Nielsen, R., 1973. A comparison of the blue-green algae Gloeocapsa crepidinum and Hyella balani in culture. Botanisk Tidsskrift 68:150-151.

Nielsen, R., 1978. Variation in Ochlochaete hystrix (Chaetophorales, Chlorophyceae) studied in culture. Journal of Phycology 14:127-131.

Nielsen, R., 1979. Culture studies on the type species of Acrochaete, Bolbocoleon and Entocladia (Chaetophoraceae, Chlorophyceae). Botaniska Notiser 132:441-449.

Nielsen, R., 1980. A comparative study of five marine Chaetophoraceae. British Phycological Journal 15:131-138.

Nielsen, R., 1983. Culture studies of Acrochaete leptochaete comb. nov. and A. wittrockii comb. nov. Chaetophoraceae, Chlorophyceae). Nordic Journal of Botany 3:689-694.

Nielsen, R., 1984. Epicladia flustrae, E. phillipsii stat. nov. and Pseudendoclonium dynamenae sp. nov. living in bryozoans and a hydroid. British Phycological Journal 19:371-379.

Nielsen, R., 1987. Marine algae within calcareous shells from New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany 25:425-438.

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