Micropaleontology

Papers
(The TQCC of Micropaleontology is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
ArticleCitations
Molecular and morphological taxonomy of living Ammonia and related taxa (Foraminifera) and their biogeography28
Late Neogene and Quaternary diversity and taxonomy of subtropical to temperate planktic foraminifera across the Kuroshio Current Extension, northwest Pacific Ocean17
Moncharmontia De Castro 1967, benthic foraminifera from the middle-upper Cenomanian of the Sarvak Formation of SW Iran (Zagros Zone): a CTB survivor taxon11
Integrated micropaleontology, sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of the Middle Jurassic D5-D6 Members of the Dhruma Formation, Central Saudi Arabia8
Rise and fall of rotaliid foraminifera across the Paleocene and Eocene times8
Taxonomy and phylogeny of Albian-Maastrichtian planispiral planktonic foraminifera traditionally assigned to Globigerinelloides7
Roadian (earliest Guadalupian, Middle Permian) Radiolarians from the Guadalupe Mountains,West Texas, USA Part I: Albaillellaria and Entactinaria7
Potential and limits of benthic foraminiferal ecological indices in paleoenvironmental reconstructions: a case from a Holocene succession of the Po Delta, Italy6
Fish Microremains from the Cutoff Formation (Roadian, Middle Permian) of the Guadalupe Mountains, West Texas, USA5
The Paleocene of IODP Site U1511, Tasman Sea: A lagerstatte deposit for deep-water agglutinated foraminifera4
Taxonomic use of the exoskeleton in the family Orbitolinidae (Foraminifera): Aplea for a uniform Cretaceous/Paleogene approach4
The Permian podocopids (Crustacea: Ostracoda) from the Serra Alta and Teresina formations, Parana Basin, Brazil4
Systematics, age, paleoecology and paleobiogeography of Middle to Late Jurassic benthic foraminiferal assemblages from Jumara Dome, Kutch, Gujarat, India4
Foraminifera from the Maastrichtian Garzan and Lower Germav formations of the Arabian Platform (Batman, SE Turkey)4
Age of the Gachsaran Formation and equivalent formations in the Middle East based on Foraminifera4
Ostracods after the end-Permian extinction in South China: insights into non-microbial survival4
Cribellopsis delicatula n. sp., an early Orbitolinidae from the upper Berriasian to lower Valanginian of SE France, Switzerland and Iran4
Arenobulimina geyikensis n. sp. (Foraminifera) from the Aptian platform limestones of the Central Taurides, Turkey3
Oxfordian Benthic Foraminifera and Ostracods from the Hanifa Formation (Hawtah Member), Central Saudi Arabia3
Pseudochoffatella minima n. sp., a new Larger Benthic Foraminifera from the Lower Cretaceous of Central Iran3
Distribution of Alveolina assemblages in the Ypresian (Ilerdian-Cuisian) successions from Iran and Turkey (central and western Tethys): biostratigraphic implications for regional correlation3
Abnormal test growth in Larger Benthic Foraminifera from hypersaline coastal ponds of the United Arab Emirates3
Ypresian Alveolina and calcareous nannofossils from the south Sabzevar area (Central Iran): biostratigraphic, taxonomic and paleobiogeographic implications3
Contrasting paleoecologies of spiral and serial benthic foraminifera in deep middle bathyal exposures, lower to middle Miocene Brasso Formation, Trinidad,West Indies2
Foraminifera from the Aruma Formation of Central Saudi Arabia2
Biostratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous planktonic foraminifera of the Abtalkh Formation in an east-west transect, Kopet-Dagh Basin, northeastern Iran2
The influence of organic matter compounds on foraminiferal and ostracode assemblages: a case study from the Marica-Guarapina Lagoon System (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)2
Upper Ypresian to Lower Lutetian (SBZ 10 to 13) Alveolina stratigraphic horizons from the Hormak section, Zahedan District, Sistan Suture Zone, Eastern Iran2
Evolution and taxonomy of the Paleogene calcareous nannofossil genus Hornibrookina2
Loftusia persica Brady, a Maastrichtian larger benthic foraminifera and not an Eocene Lazarus taxon2
Taxonomic reassessment of four larger benthic Foraminifera (soritoids and orbitolinids) described from the Lower to mid-Cretaceous shallow-water carbonates of Iraq2
Abrupt Quaternary Ocean-ice Events in the Arctic: Evidence from the Ostracode Rabilimis2
Bashkirian-Moscovian (Pennsylvanian) conodonts from the pelagic atoll carbonate of the Omi Limestone, Akiyoshi Terrane, central Japan2
Pseudoactinoporella Conrad 1970 (Family Bornetellaceae) revisited: A Lower Cretaceous corticated and capitulum-shaped, stalked Tethyan Dasycladale2
Quaternary Ostracoda and Foraminifera from the Pelotas Basin, southernmost Brazil: Assemblage variation in gas-hydrate bearing sediments2
Nephrolepidina and unispiralled Miogypsinidae from the Oligo-Miocene toe-of-slope succession of Gran Sasso (L'Aquila, Central Apennines - Italy): biometric and evolutionary remarks2
Roadian (earliest Guadalupian, middle Permian) radiolarians from the Guadalupe Mountains, West Texas, USA Part II: Spongy radiolarians (?Entactinaria and Spumellaria)2
Recent deep-sea ostracods of the sub-polar North Atlantic Ocean2
Buzasina antarctica n. sp., a new lituolid foraminifer from the Upper Cretaceous at IODP Site 1512, Great Australian Bight2
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