Volume 61, No. 3 mailed May 2015

  1. Comparison of three preservation techniques for slowing dissolution of calcareous nannofossils in organic-rich sediments
    Arthur P. Schultz, Ellen L. Seefelt, and Jean M. Self-Trail - online
  2. Methodologies for recovering calcareous nannofossils from bituminous claystone
    Rodrigo do Monte Guerra, Marlone H. Hunnig Bom, Gerson Fauth, and Andrea Concheyro - online
  3. Petasaria heterolepis (Prymnesiaceae) from the Southern Indian Ocean
    Rahul Mohan, Shramik Patil, Syed A. Jafar, and Suhas Shetye - online
  4. Impact of early Oligocene deep water circulation to the benthic foraminifera in the eastern equatorial Pacific
    Sabura Sakai, Ritsuo Nomura, Hiroshi Nishi, Akira Tsujimoto, Hyoun Soo Lim, Boo-Keun Khim, Hiroyuki Takata, and Jong-min Lee - online
  5. Trigonium curvatus sp. nov. and Trigonium arcticum (Bacillariophyceae) from the surface sediments of Prydz Bay, East Antarctica
    Suhas Shetye, Shina Gazi, Syed A. Jafar, Abhilash Nair, and Rahul Mohan - online
  6. A new biostratigraphically significant Late Oligocene Sphenolithus species from the equatorial region
    James E. Bergen, James J. Pospichal, Mohammed Aljahdali, and Sherwood W. Wise, Jr. - online
  7. Microfossils from the Early Pliocene Carmen Formation, Monserrat Island, Baja California Sur, Mexico
    C. F. Hernandez-Perez, F. R. Gio-Argaez, Analuisa L. Carreno, and J. Ledesma-Vazquez - online
  8. Emendation and taxonomic revision of Miscellanea juliettae pfenderae and M. juliettae villattea with designation of the respective holotype
    Ursula Leppig and Martin R. Langer - online
  9. The new family Ornatorotaliidae (Rotaliacea, Foraminiferida)
    Andrea Benedetti - online
  10. Upper Cretaceous agglutinated foraminifera from a red sediment interval in the southern Norwegian Sea
    Eiichi Setoyama and Michael A. Kaminski - online

Volume 61, No. 1-2 mailed Apr 2015

  1. Advances in ostracodological research - Selected papers from the 17th International Symposium on Ostracoda
    Radiovan Pipik, Elsa Gliozzi, and Nevio Pugliese - online
  2. Brackish and marine ostracode assemblages from the Sinemurian of western Portugal, with descriptions of new species
    Ana C. Azeredo, Ricardo L. Silva, Luis V. Duarte, M. Cristina Cabral, and Jean-Paul Colin - online
  3. New Upper Cretaceous Limnocytheridae (Ostracoda, Crustacea) from Argentina
    Ana Paula Carignano and Gabriela Catalina Cusminsky - online
  4. The taxonomic position of the Cyprideis species (Ostracoda, Cytheroidea, Cytherideidae) that occurs in Lake Issyk-Kul, N.E. Kyrgystan
    Evgenij Schornikov - online
  5. Ostracoda assemblage and the environmental characteristics of the Eocene Succession of the Central Sakarya Region
    Sanem Acikalin, Umit Safak, and Faruk Ocakoglu - online
  6. Early Pleistocene (Calabrian) Ostracoda assemblage and paleoenvironmental characteristics of the Fevzipasa Formation,Western Anatolia
    Alaettin Tuncer and Cemal Tunoglu - online
  7. Ostracod assemblages from HoloceneMiddle Shelf Deposits of southern Evoikos Gulf (Central Aegean Sea, Greece) and their palaeoenvironmental implications
    George Anastasakis, Theodoru Tsourou, and Hara Drania - online
  8. Distribution of recent ostracods near the Ombrone River mouth (Northern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy)
    Virgilio Frezza and Letizia Di Bella - online
  9. Ostracoda and foraminifera response to a contaminated environment: the case of the Ex-Military Arsenal of the La Maddalena Harbour (Sardinia, Italy)
    Deborah Arbulla, Antonietta Cherchi, Giovannie De Giudici, Angelo Ibba, Sandro De Muro, Gianguido Salvi, and Carla Buosi - online
  10. Early Cretaceous nonmarine ostracod biostratigraphy of western Liaoning area, NE China
    Yanhong Pan, Xiaolin Zhang, Yaquiong Wang, and Jingeng Sha - online

Volume 60, No. 1 mailed Nov -0001

  1. Advances in agglutinated foraminiferal research: The Ninth International Workshop on Agglutinated Foraminifera, IWAF-9
    Laia Alegret and Michael A. Kaminski
  2. A new methodological approach to evaluate the mass and volume distributions of grains in an agglutinated foraminiferal test
    Francois Guillot, Eric Armynot du Chatelet, and Fabrizio Frontalini
  3. A standard SEM-EDS methodology to determine the test microstructure of fossil agglutinated foraminifera
    Michael A. Kaminski, A. Umran Dogan, Nicoletta Mancin, and Elena Basso
  4. Distribution of modern agglutinated foraminifera along an inner neritic- to mid-bathyal transect in Saros Bay (northern Aegean Sea)
    Michael A. Kaminski, Rodolfo Coccioni, Ioulietta Mikellidou, Dogan Yasar, Ali E. Aksu, Fabrizio Frontalini, and Eric Armynot du Chatelet
  5. Enhanced terrestrial input supporting the Glomospira acme across the Paleocene-Eocene boundary in Southern Spain
    J. Sepulveda, S. Newman, R. E. Summons, G. J. Arreguin-Rodriguez, and Laia Alegret
  6. The Eocene-Oligocene turnover of Deep-Water Agglutinated Foraminifera at ODPSite 647, Southern Labrador Sea (North Atlantic)
    Michael A. Kaminski and Silvia Ortiz
  7. Selknamella: a new agglutinated foraminiferal genus from the early Eocene southern high latitudes
    G. Jannou, I. Arenillas, N. Malumian, and Carolina Nanez
  8. Distribution of the agglutinated foraminifer Ammolagena clavata (Jones and Parker) in Western Tethyan Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene deep-water deposits (Outer Carpathians, Poland)
    Anna Waskowska
  9. The year 2010 classification of the agglutinated foraminifera
    Michael A. Kaminski

Volume 59, No. 2-3

  1. PREFACE: Micropaleontology in Egypt
    Mohamed Boukhary
  2. Hanschaubiana, n. gen., from the Eocene of Egypt, with evidence of supplementary life cycles in Foraminifera
    Ahmed Ibrahim Abd El Naby, Mohamed Boukhary, and Yasmine F. Hussein-Kamel
  3. New Late Eocene genus Gaziryina (Foraminifera) from the Al Bayda Formation (ShahhatMarl Member), Al Jabal al Akhdar, Northern Cyrenaica, Libya
    Ahmed M. Muftah and Mohamed Boukhary
  4. Nummulites fichteli Michelotti 1841: a new record from Jordan
    Fayez Ahmad, Radwan Abul-Nasr, Ahmad Samadi, Abdulrahim Hamdan, and Mohamed Boukhary
  5. What is Nummulites praelyelli? Evolution in large foraminifers from theMokattam Formation (Middle Eocene) of Cairo, Egypt
    Ahmed I. Abd El Naby, Mohamed Boukhary, and Aly I. M. Hussein
  6. Environmental and human impact on the macrobiotic assemblage in the Burullus Lagoon, North Nile Delta, Egypt
    Salah Ayyad, Kevin J. Edwards, Ramadan Abu-Zied, Nagia Ameen, and Salah El Beialy
  7. Early Eocene Nummulitids from Wadi Dakhl, Egypt: Biometry and stratigraphic implications
    Safia Al Menoufy, Omar Cherif, Stefan Hontzsch, Mohamed Boukhary, and Radwan Abul-Nasr
  8. Benthic foraminifera from the Oligocene offshore Nile Delta, Egypt and its implications
    Magdy Sallam
  9. Contribution to the stratigraphy and sedimentation of the Cretaceous aquifers, SE Sinai, Egypt
    Ashraf Ramadan Shabana, Alaa Abdelhameid Ismail, Sanaa Hussein Attia, and Ahmed Ali Ismail
  10. Calcareous nannofossil and foraminiferal bio-events of the Danian-Selandian transition of the Quseir area, northwestern Red Sea margin, Egypt
    Sherif Farouk and Mahmoud Faris
  11. Maastrichtian–Early Paleogene Ostracoda from the Kharga Oasis and the Nile Valley, Egypt
    Bahay Issawi, Safaa Sharabi, Hesham Mansour, Mohamed Boukhary, and Mohamed El Amin Bassiouni
  12. Foraminiferal biostratigraphy, paleoenvironment and paleobiogeography of Cenomanian–Lower Turonian shallow marine carbonate platform in west central Sinai, Egypt
    Abdalla Shahin and Sharif Elbaz
  13. Foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Pliocene–Pleistocene deep marine offshore, north Nile Delta, Egypt
    Ahmed Z. Ibrahim, Nabil M. Aboul Ela, and Samy A. Mohamed
  14. Cretaceous diatoms biostratigraphy and taxonomy from the North-eastern Sinai, Egypt
    Abdelfattah Ali Zalat
  15. Miocene diatom biostratigraphy of Gharandal Group, west-central Sinai, Egypt
    Abdelfattah Ali Zalat

Volume 58, No. 6

  1. Biostratigraphy and paleoenvironment of the Cenomanian/Turonian boundary interval based on foraminifera from Valles-San Luis Potosí Platform, Mexico
    Jose Ramon Torres, Gloria Alencaster, Lourdes Omana, and Ruben Lopez Doncel
  2. Living Coccolithophores from the Gulf of Sirte (Southern Mediterranean Sea) during the summer of 2008
    Allesandro Incarbona, Elisa Malinverno, Francesco Placenti, Angelo Bonanno, Enrico Di Stefano, Bernardo Pitti, Mario Sprovieri, Simona Genovese, Paola Rumola, Salvatore Mazzola, Salem Zgozi, Patrizia Ziveri, Sergio Bonomo, and Michael Grelaud
  3. Implications of Kungurian (Early Permian) conodonts from Hatahoko, Japan, for correlation between the Tethyan and international timescales
    Charles M. Henderson, Junichi Tazawa, Yi-chun Zhang, Shu-zhong Shen, and Dong-xun Yuan
  4. Late Glacial–Holocene transition in the southern Adriatic Sea: Coccolithophore and Foraminiferal evidence
    Mario Cachao, Andrea Piva, Alessandra Asioli, Nils Andersen, Ralph Schneider, Aurea Narcisco, and Jose-Abel Flores
  5. Two new short-ranged Calcidiscus species from the offshore marine Neogene Niger Delta sequences
    Lawrence S. Fadiya
  6. Maastrichtian–Paleocene benthic foraminifer holotypes from the James Ross Island region, Antarctic Peninsula
    Brian T. Huber

Volume 55, No. 2-3

  1. Micropaleontology at the North Pole: An introduction
    Michael A. Kaminski and Kozo Takahashi
  2. Morphological variability of the planktonic foraminifer Neogloboquadrina pachyderma from ACEX cores: Implications for Late Pleistocene circulation in the Arctic Ocean
    S. A. Smith, S. Zaragosi, J. Mavel, Y. Mary, V. Mas, C. Pujol, F. Eynaud, and T. M. Cronin
  3. Miocene deep-water agglutinated foraminifera from the Lomonosov Ridge and the opening of the Fram Strait
    Severyn Kender, Michael A. Kaminski, and Lorand Silye
  4. Living diatoms in the vicinity of the North Pole, summer 2004
    Jonaotarui Onodera, Richard W. Jordan, Itsuki Suto, Kota Katsuki, and Kozo Takahashi
  5. Decahedrella martinheadii Manum 1997 - a stratigraphically and paleoenvironmentally useful Miocene acritarch of the high northern latitudes
    Niels Poulsen, Morten Smelror, Jens Matthiessen, and Henk Brinkhuis
  6. Middle Eocene ebridians from the central Arctic Basin
    Jonaotaro Onodera and Kozo Takahashi
  7. Taxonomy and biostratigraphy of middle Eocene silicoflagellates in the central Arctic Basin
    Jonaotaro Onodera and Kozo Takahashi
  8. Arcticacysta: A new organic-walled dinoflagellate cyst genus from the early Miocene? of the central Arctic Ocean
    Sarah Pierce Damassa, Francesca Sangiorgi, and Henk Brinkhuis
  9. Taxonomy of middle Eocene diatom resting spores and their allied taxa from the central Arctic Basin
    Mahito Watanabe, Itsuki Suto, and Richard W. Jordan
  10. Significant populations of seven-sided Distephanus (Silicoflagellata) in the sea-ice covered environment of the central Arctic Ocean, summer 2004
    Kota Katsuki, Kozo Takahashi, and Jonaotaro Onodera

Volume 54, No. 3-4

  1. Preface: Recent benthic foraminifera along the southwest coasts of Antalya (SW Turkey) and the impact of alien species on autochthonous fauna
    Engin Meric and M. Baki Yokes
  2. Oceanography and submarine sediment distribution in the Marmaris – Ka region of southwest Turkey
    Mustafa Eryilmaz and Fulya Yucesoy Eryilmaz
  3. A review of benthic foraminifers and ostracodes of the Antalya coast
    Atiki Nazik, M. Baki Yokes, Feyza Dincer, Engin Meric, and Niyazi Avsar
  4. Morphological abnormalities in benthic foraminifers of the Antalya coast
    M. Baki Yokes, A. Beril Tugrul, Serdar Beyari, Nur Azyurt, Ipek F. Barut, Nuray Balkis, Kubilay Uysal, Erol Kam, Engin Meric, and Niyazi Avsar
  5. Amphisorus hemprichii Ehrenberg (Rhizopoda, foraminifera) along the Antalya coast
    Niyazi Avsar, Engin Meric, and M. Baki Yokes
  6. Twin, triplet and quadruplet teratogens in benthic foraminifera from Antalya
    Niyazi Avsar, M. Baki Yokes, Feyza Dincer, Engin Meric, and Muhittin Gormus
  7. Some alien foraminifers along the Aegean and southwestern coasts of Turkey
    M. Baki Yokes, Engin Meric, and Niyazi Avsar
  8. Mineralogical and geochemical features of colored benthic foraminifers from Aegean and southwestern coasts of Turkey
    Niyazi Avsar, Sema Tetiker, Ipek F. Barut, Sener Yilmaz, Feyza Dincer, Huseyin Yalcin, and Engin Meric