Jörg Bollmann
Jörg Bollmann
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North Pacific seasonality and the glaciation of North America 2.7 million years ago
GH Haug, A Ganopolski, DM Sigman, A Rosell-Mele, GEA Swann, ...
Nature 433 (7028), 821-825, 2005
3972005
Morphology and biogeography of Gephyrocapsa coccoliths in Holocene sediments
J Bollmann
Marine Micropaleontology 29 (3), 319-350, 1997
2031997
Biogeography of selected Holocene coccoliths in the Atlantic Ocean
P Ziveri, KH Baumann, B Böckel, J Bollmann, JR Young
Coccolithophores. From Molecular Processes to Global Impact, Springer, 403-428, 2004
174*2004
Calibration of the random settling technique for calculation of absolute abundances of calcareous nannoplankton
M Geisen, J Bollmann, JO Herrle, J Mutterlose, JR Young
Micropaleontology 45 (4), 437-442, 1999
1651999
Coccolithophore ecology at the HOT station ALOHA, Hawaii
MY Cortés, J Bollmann, HR Thierstein
Deep sea research Part II: Topical studies in oceanography 48 (8-9), 1957-1981, 2001
1552001
Size distribution of Holocene planktic foraminifer assemblages: biogeography, ecology and adaptation
DN Schmidt, S Renaud, J Bollmann, R Schiebel, HR Thierstein
Marine Micropaleontology 50 (3-4), 319-338, 2004
1392004
Global dominance of Gephyrocapsa coccoliths in the Late Pleistocene: Selective dissolution, evolution, or global environmental change?
J Bollmann, KH Baumann, HR Thierstein
Paleoceanography 13 (5), 517-529, 1998
1321998
Distribution of diatoms, coccolithophores and planktic foraminifers along a trophic gradient during SW monsoon in the Arabian Sea
R Schiebel, A Zeltner, UF Treppke, JJ Waniek, J Bollmann, T Rixen, ...
Marine Micropaleontology 51 (3-4), 345-371, 2004
1312004
Abiotic forcing of plankton evolution in the Cenozoic
DN Schmidt, HR Thierstein, J Bollmann, R Schiebel
Science 303 (5655), 207-210, 2004
1212004
Techniques for quantitative analyses of calcareous marine phytoplankton
J Bollmann, MY Cortés, AT Haidar, B Brabec, A Close, R Hofmann, ...
Marine Micropaleontology 44 (3-4), 163-185, 2002
902002
Fluxes of micro-organisms along a productivity gradient in the Canary Islands region (29 N): implications for paleoreconstructions
F Abrantes, H Meggers, S Nave, J Bollman, S Palma, C Sprengel, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 49 (17), 3599-3629, 2002
832002
Species level variation in coccolithophores
M Geisen, JR Young, I Probert, AG Sáez, KH Baumann, C Sprengel, ...
Coccolithophores, 327-366, 2004
722004
Automated particle analysis: calcareous microfossils
J Bollmann, PS Quinn, M Vela, B Brabec, S Brechner, MY Cortés, ...
Image analysis, sediments and paleoenvironments, 229-252, 2005
702005
The evolutionary history of size variation of planktic foraminiferal assemblages in the Cenozoic
DN Schmidt, HR Thierstein, J Bollmann
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 212 (1-2), 159-180, 2004
672004
Morphological variation of Emiliania huxleyi and sea surface salinity
J Bollmann, JO Herrle
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 255 (3), 273-288, 2007
662007
Determination of absolute coccolith abundances in deep-sea sediments by spiking with microbeads and spraying (SMS-method)
J Bollmann, B Brabec, MY Cortés, M Geisen
Marine Micropaleontology 38 (1), 29-38, 1999
651999
Disintegration of aggregates and coccospheres in sediment trap samples
AN Bairbakhish, J Bollmann, C Sprengel, HR Thierstein
Marine Micropaleontology 37 (2), 219-223, 1999
591999
Planktic foraminiferal dissolution in the twilight zone
R Schiebel, S Barker, R Lendt, H Thomas, J Bollmann
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 54 (5-7), 676-686, 2007
562007
Holocene hydro-climatic change and effects on carbon accumulation inferred from a peat bog in the Attawapiskat River watershed, Hudson Bay Lowlands, Canada
J Bunbury, SA Finkelstein, J Bollmann
Quaternary Research 78 (2), 275-284, 2012
482012
Response of planktic foraminiferal size to late Quaternary climate change
DN Schmidt, S Renaud, J Bollmann
Paleoceanography 18 (2), 2003
472003
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