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Oceanologia No. 58(4)/2016

Tue, 18 Oct 2016 12:33:37 GMT

* Satellite observations of seasonal and regional variability of particulate organic carbon concentration in the Barents Sea.- Stramska Ma?gorzata, Bia?ogrodzka Jagoda
* Detecting imprints of atmospheric waves in the Bering Sea with MODIS data.- Evdoshenko Marina
* The effect of temperature and nitrogen deprivation on cell morphology and physiology of Symbiodinium.- Buntora Pasaribu, Yu-Si Li, I-Ping Lin, Kwee Siong Tew, Jason T.C. Tzen, Yue Ken Liao, Chii-Shiarng Chen, Pei-Luen Jiang
* Narrowband shortwave minima in spectra of backscattered light from the sea obtained from ocean color scanners as a remote indication of algal blooms.- Karabashev G.S., Evdoshenko M.A.
* Size-selective microzooplankton grazing on the phytoplankton in the Curonian Lagoon (SE Baltic Sea).- Grinien? Evelina, ?ul?ius Sigitas, Kuosa Harri
* Eutrophication influence on phytoplankton community composition in three bays on the eastern Adriatic coast.- Bu?an?i? Mia, Nin?evi? Gladan ?ivana, Marasovi? Ivona, Ku?pili? Grozdan, Grbec Branka
* Performance of operational satellite bio-optical algorithms in different water types in southeastern Arabian Sea.- Minu P.,Lotliker Aneesh A., Shaju S.S., Muhamed Ashraf P., Srinivasa Kumar T., Meenakumari B.
* UV filters are an environmental threat in the Gulf of Mexico: a case study of Texas coastal zones.- Sharifan Hamidreza, Klein David, Morse Audra N.
* Colonies of Gyrosigma eximium: a new phenomenon in Arctic tidal flats.- Wiktor Józef, Tatarek Agnieszka, W?s?awski Jan M., Kotwicki Lech, Poulin Michel
* How do differences in the nutritional and hydrological background influence phytoplankton in the Vistula Lagoon during a hot summer day?.- Kruk Marek, Jaworska Bo?ena, Jab?o?ska-Barna Izabela, Rychter Agata


Oceanologia No. 58(3)/2016

Tue, 05 Jul 2016 09:16:33 GMT

* New simple statistical formulas for estimating surface concentrations of suspended particulate matter (SPM) and particulate organic carbon (POC) from remote-sensing reflectance in the southern Baltic Sea.- Wo?niak S?awomir B., Darecki Miros?aw, Zab?ocka Monika, Burska Dorota, Dera Jerzy
* The impact of surface currents and sea level on the wave field evolution during St. Jude storm in the eastern Baltic Sea.- Viitak Marili, Maljutenko Ilja , Alari Victor , Suursaar Ülo, Rikka Sander, Lagema Priidika
* Fisher?Shannon analysis of the time variability of remotely sensed sea surface temperature at the Brazil?Malvinas Confluence.- Pierini Jorge O., Lovallo Michele, Gómez Eduardo A., Telesca Luciano
* First occurrence of thinlip grey mullet, Liza ramada (Risso, 1827) in the Odra River estuary (NW Poland): genetic identification.- Panicz Remigiusz, Keszka S?awomir
* Phytoplankton pigments and functional community structure in relation to environmental factors in the Pearl River Estuary.- Chao Chai, Tao Jiang, Jingyi Cen, Wei Ge, Songhui Lu
* Distribution and invasiveness of a colonial ascidian, Didemnum psammathodes, along the southern Indian coastal water.- Jaffar H. Abdul, Akram A. Soban, Arshan M.L. Kaleem, Sivakumar V., Tamilselvi M.
* Determination of antibiotic residues in southern Baltic Sea sediments using tandem solid-phase extraction and liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry.- Siedlewicz Grzegorz, Borecka Marta, Bia?k-Bieli?ska Anna, Sikora Kinga, Stepnowski Piotr, Pazdro Ksenia
* Position, swimming direction and group size of fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) in the presence of a fast-ferry in the Bay of Biscay.- Aniceto Ana S., Carroll JoLynn, Tetley Michael J., van Oosterhout Cock
* The inflow in the Baltic Proper as recorded in January?February 2015.- Daniel Rak


Oceanologia No. 58(2)/2016

Mon, 18 Apr 2016 12:33:05 GMT

* On the nonlinear internal waves propagating in an inhomogeneous shallow sea. - Massel Stanis?aw R.
* An integrated wave modelling framework for extreme and rare events for climate change in coastal areas ? the case of Rethymno, Crete. - Tsoukala Vasiliki K., Chondros Michalis, Kapelonis Zacharias G., Martzikos Nikolaos, Lykou Archodia, Belibassakis Kostas, Makropoulos Christos
* Curonian Lagoon drainage basin modelling and assessment of climate change impact. - ?erkasova Natalja, Ertürk Ali, Zemlys Petras, Denisov Vitalij, Umgiesser Georg
* Modeling the buoyancy-driven Black Sea Water outflow into the North Aegean Sea.- Kokkos Nikolaos, Sylaios Georgios
* Spatial distribution and diet of larval snailfishes (Liparis fabricii, Liparis gibbus, Liparis tunicatus) in the Canadian Beaufort Sea. - Walkusz Wojciech, Paulic Joclyn E., Wong Sally, Kwasniewski Slawomir, Papst Michael H., Reist James D.
* Scale-dependent environmental control of mesozooplankton community structure in three aquaculture subtropical bays of China. - Dong Sun, Zhensheng Liu, Chunsheng Wang
* Assessment of recent and chalcolithic period environmental pollution using Mytilus galloprovincialis Lamarck, 1819 from Yarimburgaz Cave, the northern Marmara Sea and Bosphorus coasts. - Barut Ipek F., Meriç Engin, Yoke? M. Baki
* Addendum to ?Sea spray aerosol flux estimation based on long-term variation of wave statistics?: estimation based on long-term variation of wind statistics. - Myrhaug Dag, Hong Wang, Holmedal Lars Erik
* The quagga mussel (Dreissena rostriformis bugensis Andrusov, 1897) ? another Ponto-Caspian dreissenid bivalve in the southern Baltic catchment: the first record from the Szczecin Lagoon. - Wo?niczka Adam, Wawrzyniak-Wydrowska Brygida, Radziejewska Teresa, Skrzypacz Anna


Oceanologia No. 58(1)/2016

Tue, 12 Jan 2016 10:11:33 GMT

* Significant increase of aerosol number concentrations in air masses crossing a densely trafficked sea area .- Kecorius Simonas, Kivekäs Niku, Kristensson Adam, Tuch Thomas, Covert David S., Birmili Wolfram, Lihavainen Heikki, Antti-Pekka Hyvärinen, Martinsson Johan, Sporre Moa K., Swietlicki Erik, Wiedensohler Alfred, Ulevicius Vidmantas
* Impact of wild forest fires in Eastern Europe on aerosol composition and particle optical properties.- Zielinski Tymon, Petelski Tomasz, Strzalkowska Agata, Pakszys Paulina, Makuch Przemyslaw
* Thermoelastic surface properties of seawater in coastal areas of the Baltic Sea.- Boniewicz-Szmyt Katarzyna, Pogorzelski Stanis?aw J.
* Influence of dissolved organic nitrogen on surface waters.- Czerwionka Krzysztof
* Baltic herring prey selectively on older copepodites of Eurytemora affinis and Limnocalanus macrurus in the Gulf of Riga.- Livd?ne L?na, Putnis Ivars, Rubene Gunta, Elferts Didzis, Ikauniece Anda
The first report on the establishment and spread of the alien clam Rangia cuneata (Mactridae) in the Polish part of the Vistula Lagoon (southern Baltic).- Warzocha Jan, Szymanek Lena, Witalis Bartos, Wodzinowski Tycjan


Oceanologia No. 57(4)/2015

Tue, 20 Oct 2015 01:00:00 GMT

* Sea-level change and projected future flooding along the Egyptian Mediterranean coast.- Shaltout Mohamed, Tonbol Kareem, Omstedt Anders
* Numerical study of wave transmission over double submerged breakwaters using non-hydrostatic wave model.- Liang Bingchen, Wu Guoxiang, Liu Fushun, Fan Hairong, Li Huajun
* Tidal currents in the western Svalbard Fjords.- Kowalik Zygmunt, Marchenko Aleksey, Brazhnikov Dmitry, Marchenko Nataly
* Response patterns of phytoplankton growth to variations in resuspension in the German Bight revealed by daily MERIS data in 2003 and 2004.- Su Jian, Tian Tian, Krasemann Hajo, Schartau Markus, Wirtz Kai
* Context-dependent consequences of Marenzelleria spp. (Spionidae: Polychaeta) invasion for nutrient cycling in the Northern Baltic Sea.- Maximov Alexey, Bonsdorff Erik, Eremina Tatjana, Kauppi Laura, Norkko Alf, Norkko Joanna
* Ocean acidification and marine microorganisms: responses and consequences.- Das Surajit, Mangwani Neelam
* Seasonal assessment of biological indices, bioaccumulation and bioavailability of heavy metals in mussels Mytilus galloprovincialis from Algerian west coast, applied to environmental monitoring.- Rouane-Hacene Omar, Boutiba Zitouni, Belhaouari Benkhedda, Guibbolini-Sabatier Marielle E., Francour Patrice, Risso-de Faverney Christine
* Characteristics of the spring/summer production in the Mecklenburg Bight (Baltic Sea) as revealed by long-term pCO2 data.- Schneider B., Buecker S., Kaitala S., Maunula P., Wasmund N.


Bulletin of Geosciences, Volume 90, Issue 3 (2015)

Wed, 30 Sep 2015 01:00:00 GMT

* The morphology and affinities of Skania fragilis (Arthropoda) from the middle Cambrian Burgess Shale.- Legg DA
* Earliest Silurian graptolites from Kalpin, western Tarim, Xinjiang, China.- Wang W, Muir LA, Chen X & Tang P
* The oldest brachymetopid trilobite record from the European peri-Gondwana.- Pereira S, Marques da Silva C, Pires M & Sa AA
* Micromammal faunas from the Mio-Pliocene boundary in the Alcoy Basin (SE Spain): biostratigraphical and palaeoecological inferences.- Mansino S, Fierro I, Montoya P & Ruiz -Sanchez FJ
* Brachiopods and crinoids from the Middle-Upper Devonian boundary beds in the Darende-Gürün and Van-Zincirkiran areas (Eastern Taurus, Turkey).- Gourvennec R & Hosgor I
* Mesozoic-Cenozoic crustaceans preserved within echinoid tests and bivalve shells.- Gasparic R, Fraaije RHB, Van Bakel BWM, Jagt JWM & Skupien P
* Palaeoecology of Valletia antiqua Favre in Joukowsky & Favre, 1913 (Bivalvia, Hippuritida, Diceratidae); with comments on the taxonomy and distribution of the genus Valletia.- Schneider S & Skupien P
* Taxonomy and palaeoecology of a decapod crustacean assemblage from the Oxfordian of Stranska skala (Southern Moravia, Czech Republic).- Hyzny M, Starzyk N, Robins CM & Kocova Veselska M 2015
* Sponge growth on the Cenomanian carbonate shelves of the Carpathian Basin: a record from spicule-rich turbidites.- B?, k M, Gorny Z, B? & k K
* Petrophysical and geochemical signature of the Hangenberg Events: an integrated stratigraphy of the Devonian-Carboniferous boundary interval in the Northern Rhenish Massif (Avalonia, Germany).- Kumpan T, Babek O, Kalvoda J, Matys Grygar T, Fryda J, Becker RT & Hartenfels S
* Palaeoenvironmental evaluation of Cainozoic plant assemblages from the Bohemian Massif (Czech Republic) and adjacent Germany.- Teodoridis V & Kvacek Z
* Pennsylvanian fossil flora from the Velebit Mountains and Lika region (SW Croatia).- Cleal CJ, Tenchov YG, Sremac J, Derek T & Japundzic J


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 13

Thu, 06 Aug 2015 17:01:03 GMT

Josep A. Moreno-Bedmar & Keith P. Minor.- Review of some Aptian ammonites collected by Gaston Astre in Lleida Province, Catalonia, Spain.- We study the three best preserved ammonites collected by Astre in 1924-1925 in Lleida Province, Catalonia, Spain, in order to assess their taxonomic assignment. We also include images of these ammonoids since they were not illustrated in Astre's original 1934 work. This taxonomic review allows us to identify these lower Aptian ammonites as Pseudohaploceras liptoviense, Deshayesites sp. and Dufrenoyia sp.- Handle-ID:


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 12

Thu, 06 Aug 2015 16:58:05 GMT

Badre Essafraoui, Serge Ferry, Danièle Groshény, Nourrisaid Içame, Hassan El Aouli, Moussa Masrour, Luc G. Bulot, Yves Géraud & Mohamed Aoutem.- Sequence stratigraphic architecture of marine to fluvial deposits across a passive margin (Cenomanian, Atlantic margin, Morocco, Agadir transect).- Seven sections, covering the upper Albian to lowermost Turonian, have been correlated from full-marine to continental-dominated deposits across a passive margin, along a transect 425 km long, from the present-day Atlantic coast to the "Pre-African Trough" between the Anti-Atlas and the High-Atlas. The thickness of the Cenomanian succession changes from around 500 metres in the fully marine sections to 250 metres in mostly continental facies in the western High-Atlas, about 150 km updip, to a few tens of metres in the Bou Tazoult area. The strata thicken again eastwards into the Pre-African Trough where they can be traced without major facies changes to the Kem Kem embayment and to the Bechar area in Algeria. Over all this eastern area, continental facies are overlain by the fully-marine shallow-water deposits of the Cenomanian-Turonian boundary interval. A first major conclusion is that fluvial aggradation in high-frequency transgressive-regressive sequences is coeval with the seaward-shift of the shoreline, in accordance with the genetic sequence stratigraphic model of Galloway (1989). Both the flatness of the depositional profile and the corresponding very low energy of the marine environment during the transgressions account for the blanket of red continental clays on top of marine facies in updip depositional sequences, which is then preserved under the marine transgressive surface of the next sequence. A second major conclusion is that the high-frequency transgressive-regressive (T-R) sequences do not look like classical parasequences bounded by transgression surfaces. They usually exhibit a surface created by a sea-level fall within the regressive half-cycle. This is interpreted in the following way: regressions did not operate through a regular seaward-shift of the shoreline, but through stepped sea-level falls. The very low slope of the depositional ramp is thought to have enhanced the sequence stratigraphic record of such stepped regressions. Short-term, high-frequency sequences are organized into medium-frequency T-R sequences (seven in the Cenomanian) which show an overall aggrading and slowly retrograding pattern along the whole transect. Comparisons with other basins show that medium-frequency sequences do not fit the third-order depositional sequences described elsewhere, casting doubts about a eustatic mechanism for their deposition.- Handle-ID:


Oceanologia No. 57(3)/2015

Tue, 04 Aug 2015 12:36:11 GMT

* Spatial and temporal variability of sea surface temperature in the Baltic Sea based on 32-years (1982?2013) of satellite data.- Stramska Malgorzata, Bia?ogrodzka Jagoda
* Heavy metals contamination and distribution of benthic foraminifera from the Red Sea coastal area, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.- Youssef Mohamed
* Seasonal changes in phytoplankton on the north-eastern shelf of Kangaroo Island (South Australia) in 2012 and 2013.- Balzano Sergio, Ellis Amanda V., Le Lan Charlotte, Leterme Sophie C.
* Impact of Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis on blue mussel Mytilus edulis trossulus ? laboratory studies of claw strength, handling behavior, consumption rate, and size selective predation.- Wójcik Dagmara, Normant Monika, Dmochowska Barbara, Fowler Amy
* Engineering effect of Pinna nobilis shells on benthic communities.- Rabaoui Lotfi, Belgacem Walid, Ben Ismail Dorsaf, Mansour Lamjed, Tlig-Zouari Sabiha
* Changes in the parasite communities as one of the potential causes of decline in abundance of the three-spined sticklebacks in the Puck Bay.- Morozi?ska-Gogol Jolanta
* Sea spray aerosol flux estimation based on long-term variation of wave statistics.- Myrhaug Dag, Wang Hong, Holmedal Lars Erik


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 11

Tue, 14 Jul 2015 16:49:00 GMT

Bruno Granier & Dimas Dias-Brito.- End of a modern geological myth: there are no rudists in Brazil! Paleobiogeographic implications.- Out of the few records of rudists from the Cretaceous strata of the South Atlantic coastal basins only two refer to Brazilian localities. However, petrographic analyses demonstrate that these shells should be assigned to Ostreids or to Pycnodontids rather than to Rudistids. More specifically, the domain considered herein, north of the Río Grande Rise - Walvis Ridge barrier, was part of the warm-water "tropical" realm, but it was not part of the Mesogean domain because both Rudistids and Orbitolinas are missing. In addition, the scarcity of corals leads us to ascribe the taphonomic assemblage to the Chloralgal facies. Neither generalized hypersalinity or extreme sea-water temperatures seem to account for these biotic peculiarities. Instead, our alternative hypothesis favors the driving role played by oceanic circulation in the dispersal of the benthic organisms.- Handle-ID:


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 10

Tue, 14 Jul 2015 16:46:15 GMT

Jayagopal Madhavaraju, Robert W. Scott, Yong Il Lee, Kunjukrishnan Sathy Bincy, Carlos M. González-León & Sooriamuthu Ramasamy.- Facies, biostratigraphy, diagenesis, and depositional environments of Lower Cretaceous strata, Sierra San José section, Sonora (Mexico).- We used petrofacies analysis, carbon, oxygen and strontium isotope data to interpret the isotopic variations in the carbonate rocks of the Mural Formation of Sonora (Sierra San José section), Mexico. The petrographic study reveals a range of lithofacies from wackestone to packstone. The analyzed limestones show significant negative ?18O values (-18.6 to -10.9 VPDB) and ?13C values ranging from negative to positive (-2.6 to +2.5? VPDB). The absence of correlation between ?13C and ?18O values suggests a primary marine origin for the ?13C values of limestones from the Sierra San José section. The limestones have large variations in 87Sr/86Sr values (0.707479 to 0.708790). Higher 87Sr/86Sr ratios in various levels of the studied section suggest that most of the sediments were derived from the Proterozoic basement of the Caborca block during Early Cretaceous time. A decrease in 87Sr/86Sr ratios at certain levels indicates an influx of lesser amounts of radiogenic Sr that could have been caused by contribution of sediments from the Triassic and Jurassic volcanic rocks.- Handle-ID:


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 09

Tue, 14 Jul 2015 16:24:47 GMT

Old?ich Fatka, Petr Budil, Catherine Crônier, Jessie Cuvelier, Luká? Laibl, Thierry Oudoire, Marika Polechová & Lucie Fatková.- Cambrian fossils from the Barrandian area (Czech Republic) stored in the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle de Lille.- A complete list of fossils originating from the Cambrian of the Barrandian area and housed in the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle de Lille is compiled. The collection includes two agnostids, ten trilobites, one brachiopod and one echinoderm species, all collected at ten outcrops in the Buchava Formation of the Skryje-Tý?ovice Basin and most probably also at two outcrops in the Jince Formation of the P?íbram-Jince Basin. A large part of the material was collected by Prof. Charles Barrois and Dr. Louis Dollé (both University of Lille) during the excursion organised before the Ninth International Geological Congress in Vienna in 1903. Other, poorly documented specimens were purchased from the enterprise Krantz towards the end of the 19th century and in the first years of 20th century. The geographic position and stratigraphy of outcrops, from which the material originates, are briefly discussed.- Handle-ID:


Oceanologia No. 57(2)/2015

Tue, 16 Jun 2015 09:28:33 GMT

*Barycenter reflected equatorial Pacific sea level structure evolution and its indication of ENSO events.- Wen Luo, Lin Yi, Zhaoyuan Yu, Hui Sun, Linwang Yuan
*Modelling the water and heat balances of the Mediterranean Sea using a two-basin model and available meteorological, hydrological, and ocean data.- Shaltout Mohamed, Omstedt Anders
*Variability of currents over the southern slope of the Gulf of Finland.- Suhhova Irina, Pavelson Juss, Lagemaa Priidik
*Morpholithodynamical changes of the beach and the nearshore zone under the impact of submerged breakwaters ? a case study (Or?owo Cliff, the Southern Baltic).- Kubowicz-Grajewska Agnieszka
*Spectrophotometric studies of marine surfactants in the southern Baltic Sea: Violetta Drozdowska, Marek Józefowicz.-
*DOC and POC in the southern Baltic Sea. Part II ? Evaluation of factors affecting organic matter concentrations using multivariate statistical methods.- Maciejewska Anna, Pempkowiak Janusz
*Water type quantification in the Skagerrak, the Kattegat and off the Jutland west coast.- Kristiansen Trond, Aas Eyvind
*Comparison of PCBs and PAHs levels in European coastal waters using mussels from the Mytilus edulis complex as biomonitors: Production and mortality rates.- Olenycz Micha?, Soko?owski Adam, Niewi?ska Agnieszka, Wo?owicz Maciej, Namie?nik Jacek, Hummel Herman, Jansen Jeroen
*Deep water masses in the Iceland Basin during the Last Interglacial (MIS 5e): Evidence from benthic foraminiferal data.- Lukashina Nadezhda P., Bashirova Leyla D.


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 08

Thu, 11 Jun 2015 12:53:12 GMT

Miguel Company & José M. Tavera.- Lower Valanginian ammonite biostratigraphy in the Subbetic Domain (Betic Cordillera, southeastern Spain).- A new zonation for the lower Valanginian in the Betic Cordillera is presented. It is based on the study of 16 sections located near Caravaca and Cehegín (Region of Murcia). From bottom to top, the following interval zones, defined by the first appearance of the index-species, are distinguished: * "Thurmanniceras" pertransiens Zone, which can be subdivided into two subzones, a lower "Th." pertransiens Subzone and an upper Vergoliceras salinarium Subzone. The latter is characterized by the disappearance of Olcostephanus drumensis and the appearance of Luppovella superba. * Neocomites neocomiensiformis Zone, also with two subzones, the Baronnites hirsutus Subzone below (characterized by the appearance of "Busnardoites" subcampylotoxus and Olcostephanus guebhardi) and the Valanginites dolioliformis Subzone above ("Busnardoites" campylotoxus is restricted to this subzone). * Karakaschiceras inostranzewi Zone, subdivided as well into two subzones, a lower Karakaschiceras inostranzewi Subzone and an upper Saynoceras contestanum Subzone. The assemblages characterizing each of these biozones can be recognized throughout the Mediterranean region.- Handle-ID:


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 07

Thu, 11 Jun 2015 12:49:16 GMT

Olev Vinn & Ursula Toom.- Some encrusted hardgrounds from the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica).- The Ordovician hardground faunas of Estonia are not diverse. They include echinoderm holdfasts (i.e., eocrinoids and crinoids), edrioasteroids, bryozoans (both hemispherical trepostomes and stalked ptilodictyids) and cornulitids. The earliest hardground faunas appeared in the Dapingian (i.e., bryozoans and echinoderms). The Estonian hardground faunas are less diverse than the North American ones. North American hardgrounds seem to be more heavily encrusted than the Estonian ones. These differences may be due to the paleogeographic distances, different climates and different sedimentation environments of the paleocontinents.- Handle-ID:


Oceanologia No. 57(1)/2015

Wed, 11 Mar 2015 14:20:22 GMT

* Making coastal research useful ? cases from practice. - von Storch Hans, Emeis Kay, Meinke Insa, Kannen Andreas, Volker Matthias, Ratter Beate M.W., Stanev Emil, Weisse Ralf, Wirtz Kai
* Assimilation of the satellite SST data in the 3D CEMBS model. - Nowicki Artur, Dzierzbicka-G?owacka Lidia, Janecki Maciej, Ka?as Maciej
* Comparison of in situ and satellite ocean color determinations of particulate organic carbon concentration in the global ocean. - ?wirgo? Marek, Stramska Malgorzata
* Temporal changes in Hg, Pb, Cd and Zn environmental concentrations in the southern Baltic Sea sediments dated with 210Pb method. - Zalewska Tamara, Woro? Jerzy, Danowska Beata, Supli?ska Maria
* A comparison between the suspended sediment concentrations derived from DELFT3D model and collected using transmissometer ? a case study in tidally dominated area of Dithmarschen Bight.- Rahbani Maryam
* Influence of the winter phytoplankton bloom on the settled material in a temperate shallow estuary. - Guinder Valeria A., López-Abbate M. Celeste, Berasategui Anabela A., Negrin Vanesa L., Zapperi Georgina, Pratolongo Paula D., Fernández Severini Melisa D., Popovich Cecilia A.
* Potential effects of abiotic factors on the abundance and distribution of the plankton in the Western Harbour, south-eastern Mediterranean Sea, Egypt. - Heneash Ahmed M.M., Tadrose Hermine R.Z., Maged M.A. Hussein, Samia K. Hamdona, Abdel-Aziz Nagwa, Gharib Samiha M.
* The short-term effects of crude oil on the survival of different size-classes of cladoceran Daphnia magna (Straus, 1820). - Lennuk Lennart, Kotta Jonne, Taits Kristiina, Teeveer Karolin
* Seasonal variability in the population dynamics of the main mesozooplankton species in the Gulf of Gda?sk (southern Baltic Sea): Production and mortality rates. - Dzierzbicka-G?owacka Lidia, Kalarus Marcin, Musialik-Koszarowska Maja, Lemieszek Anna, ?mijewska Maria Iwona
* Lipid content and fatty acid composition of Mediterranean macro-algae as dynamic factors for biodiesel production.- El Maghraby Dahlia M., Fakhry Eman M.
* Bioaccumulation of microcystins in invasive bivalves: A case study from the boreal lagoon ecosystem. - Paldavi?ien? Aist?, Zaiko Anastasija, Mazur-Marzec Hanna, Razinkovas-Baziukas Art?ras
* First report on intersex in invasive round goby Neogobius melanostomus from the Baltic Sea (Gulf of Gda?sk, Poland). - Guellard Tatiana, Soko?owska Ewa, Arciszewski Bart?omiej


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 06

Mon, 09 Mar 2015 11:58:25 GMT

Andreas May.- MayLib - a textfile-based bibliographic database for geosciences and a list of references on Devonian matters.- Scientists need to manage their own collections of bibliographic data as well as exchange these data easily with colleagues. One solution for this need is MayLib, a bibliographic database that runs on many different operating systems and does not require pre-installation of any software. MayLib is a very small, efficient and comprehensive JAVA program that handles references to publications in any Unicode-compatible language. It is user-friendly and not only contains the basic functions of a bibliographic database, but also has some advanced features. Using MayLib the author has been able to create a list of references, which contains 500 periodicals and 4206 literature references. Of these 4206 references 3191 deal with Devonian matters and 1594 references deal with corals.- Handle-ID:


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 05

Sat, 28 Feb 2015 11:20:57 GMT

Francesco Sciuto, Antonietta Rosso, Rossana Sanfilippo & Rosanna Maniscalco.- New faunistic data on the Pleistocene environmental evolution of the south-western edge of the Hyblean Plateau (SE Sicily).- Faunistic associations of the Lower Pleistocene sediments, out-cropping at Cartiera Molino along the true right bank of the Ippari River (Vittoria, SE Sicily), have been investigated. This study integrates data obtained from the analysis of ostracods, foraminifers, bryozoans and serpulids found within a six metre thick sedimentary section. This multiproxy approach allowed us to reconstruct the palaeoenvironmental evolution of this south-western sector of the Hyblean Plateau (Comiso-Vittoria area) from fluvially-influenced shallow marine settings, recorded in the lower portion of the succession, to progressively shallower, transitional and brackish environments, testified in mid levels, up to freshwater environments at the top of the section.- Handle-ID:


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 04

Sun, 15 Feb 2015 10:06:17 GMT

Simon F. Mitchell.- A reassessment of the validity and affinities of Belemnites sulcatus Miller, 1826, Belemnopsis Edwards in Gray, 1849, and Belemnopsis Bayle, 1878.- A reinvestigation of the validity of the belemnite genus Belemnopsis Bayle is undertaken, together with a survey of the early history of the usage of the names Belemnites sulcatus, Belemnopsis Bayle and Belemnopsis Edwards. Belemnites sulcatus Miller has been variously equated with either Belemnites apiciconus Blainville or with the group of belemnites including Belemnites Altdorfensis Blainville and B. Beaumontianus Orbigny. Riegraf (and not Phillips) subsequently designated a lectotype which may be valid and, in case it is not, is validated here. The species concept for Belemnites sulcatus, as based on this lectotype, places it in the genus Holcobeloides Gustomesov. Belemnopsis Edwards has date priority over Belemnopsis Bayle, but must be interpreted as an "incorrect original spelling" and, therefore, does not enter into homonymy according to the ICZN; Belemnopsis Bayle is thus a valid genus. Douvillé subsequently nominated Belemnites sulcatus, which was figured as Belemnopsis sulcata by Bayle, and therefore is a valid designation because this species is amongst the original species included in Belemnopsis by Bayle. One of Bayle's figures of Belemnopsis sulcata agrees with Belemnites apiciconus Blainville, but does not agree with Belemnites sulcatus as defined by its lectotype; as such this is a case of misidentified type species. Belemnites apiciconus Blainville, the species involved in the misidentification, is therefore designated type species of Belemnopsis Bayle here and validated by citing the ICZN. The actions taken here maintain nomenclature at the genus, family and suborder level in respect to the names Belemnopsis and Belemnosis and serve to stabilize the complicated nomenclature issues related to these taxa.- Handle-ID:


Carnets de Geologie [Notebooks on Geology], Publication, vol. 15, nº 03

Sun, 15 Feb 2015 10:01:52 GMT

Jean-Pierre Masse, Sibelle Maksoud, Mukerrem Fenerci-Masse, Bruno Granier & Dany Azar.- Earliest Aptian Caprinidae (Bivalvia, Hippuritida) from Lebanon.- The presence in Lebanon of Offneria murgensis and Offneria nicolinae, two characteristic components of the Early Aptian Arabo-African rudist faunas, fills a distributional gap of the corresponding assemblage between the Arabic and African occurrences, on the one hand, and the Apulian occurrences, on the other hand. This fauna bears out the palaeogeographic placement of Lebanon on the southern Mediterranean Tethys margin established by palaeostructural reconstructions. The associated micropaleontological elements suggest an earliest Aptian age (early Bedoulian) for the Offneria murgensis - O. nicolinae assemblage found in the "Falaise de Blanche" stratigraphic interval, instead of a late Early Aptian age as proposed for most of the peri-Adriatic and Middle East occurrences recognized so far. These caprinid specimens are characterized by relatively modest sizes, moreover other rudists commonly part of the assemblage are lacking. The dominance of caprinids in the study area suggests a distal platform setting, i.e., close proximity to the platform edge.- Handle-ID:


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