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Ecology and Applications of Benthic Foraminifera Cambridge University Press
978-0-521-82839-0 - ECOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS OF BENTHIC FORAMINIFERA - by John W. Murray
Index


General Index

abiotic factor

abundance

absolute

relative

abyssal

acid-treated assemblage

aerobic

allochthonous

amensalism

AMS dating

anaerobic

anoxia

deep sea

marginal marine

shelf

assemblage

association

ATP

attached

immobile

mobile

autochthonous

autotroph

average living depth (ALD)



bacterial mat

bacterivory

bathyal

benthic

benthos

benthic-foraminiferal accumulation rate

benthic-foraminiferal oxygen index

bioerosion

biofilm

biogeography

bioherm

biomarker analysis

biomass

biostratigraphy

biota

biotic factor

bioturbation

biozone

bleaching

brackish

broken-stick model



calcein

carbonate compensation depth CCD

carbonate environment

carbon isotopes

carnivore

carrying capacity

Cd/Ca ratio

cell-body cytoplasm

census data

chloroplast husbandry

clinging

coenocline

colonisation

commensalism

competition

continental shelf

Corg

flux

recycling

corroded tests

critical threshold

currents

cyst



dead assemblage

dead individuals

death

decay

deep sea

deformed tests

delta

density see standing crop

depth of life

deep sea

marginal marine

shelf

destruction of tests

detritus

detritivore

diagenesis

dimorphism

disease

dispersal

dissolution

dissolved organic matter

disturbance

dominance

dysaerobic

dysoxia



ecophenotype

ecostratigraphy

ecosystem

ectoplasm

endemic

endoplasm

endosymbiosis see symbiosis

endosymbiotic bacteria

environmental

change

factors

monitoring

stratigraphy

stress

variability

eosin

epifaunal

epiphytic

equilibrium species

estuary see lagoon

euhaline see normal marine

euphotic zone

euryhaline

eurythermal

eutrophic

eutrophication

evenness

experiments

abrasion

bioerosion

bleaching

colonisation

critical thresholds

deep sea

deformed tests

dissolution

disturbance



feeding

gas exchange

growth

hydrogen sulphide

morphotypes

movement

niche

oxygen

patchiness

pollution

predation

salinity

substrate

temperature

test function

test loss

transport

extracellular cytoplasm

feeding

experiments

field surveys

Fisher alpha index see species diversity

fjord

fluorogenic probes

food

fossil assemblage

free living

fronts



generalist

geotaxis

glauconite

glycoglue

growth



habitat

hadal

halocline

halophyte,

herbivore

heterotroph

hurricane

hydrogen sulphide

hydrothermal vents

hypersaline

hypertrophic

hypoxia



ice transport

index of confinement

infaunal

information function

in situ

intrathalamous cytoplasm

isobathyal species

isolation basins



labile

laboratory cultures

lagoon

brackish

hypersaline

normal marine

species diversity

time averaging

wall structure

larger foraminifera

life cycle

light

limit of tolerance

living assemblage

living individuals



macrobenthos

macrotidal

mangal

manganese nodule

mangrove

marginal marine

marsh

brackish

hypersaline

normal marine

past sea level

species diversity

time averaging

transport

wall structure

meiobenthos

methods

mesotidal

mesotrophic

microbenthos

microborings

microdistribution

microhabitat

microtidal

mixotrophic

model

conceptual

mathematical

molecular genetics

morphogroup/morphotype

movement

multivariate analysis

carbonate environments

deep sea

fossil example

lagoon

marsh

pollution

shelf

transfer function



niche

experiments

fundamental

realised

non-analogue assemblages

non-metric multidimensional scaling

normal marine

North Atlantic Oscillation

nutrients

nutrition



oligotrophic

carbonate

deep sea

shelf

omnivore

opportunist

organic-carbon flux

deep sea

shelf

oxic

oxygen

oxygen isotopes

oxygen minimum zone



pandemic

palaeoceanography

palaeoecology

palaeoproductivity

parasitism

patchiness

phototaxis

phytal

phytodetritus

pollution

polymetallic nodules

population

population dynamics

postmortem processes

potential fossil assemblage

predation

primary production

carbonate

deep sea

marginal marine

shelf

production

propagules

proxy

pseudopodia

pseudoreplicates

pulsating patches

pycnocline

pyrite



rate of accumulation

recolonisation

redox

refractory

relict

replicates

reproduction

resource partitioning

reticulopodia

rhizopodia

rose Bengal



salinity

sample preservation/processing

sampler

sampling

sarcode

seagrass

sea level

seasonal stratification

seeps

sequence stratigraphy

sessile

settling velocity

SHE analysis

shelf

space

species diversity

deep sea

marginal marine

pollution

postmortem

shelf

species pool

species richness

squatting

stable isotopes

stained assemblage

staining

eosin

non-terminal

non-vital

rose Bengal

Sudan Black B

terminal

standing crop

abyssal

deep sea

delta

fjord

lagoon

marsh

pollution

shelf

stenohaline

stenothermal

stercomata

stress

suboxic

substrate

Sudan Black B

suspension feeding

symbiosis see also endosymbiosis



taphonomically active zone

taphonomy

temperature

test

breakage

calcification

function

linings

loss

strength

thermocline

tides

time averaging

time series

abyssal

deep sea

fjord

lagoon

marsh

shelf

TOC

total assemblage

transfer function

transport

bed load

bioturbation

bird

dispersal

down slope

food

ice

mass flow

plants

storm

suspended load

turbidity currents

wind

trench

trophic

TROX

tsunami

tubercles

turbidity current



upwelling



variable

vital effect

wall structure

water depth

water masses

waves

weathering



xanthosomes



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