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Characteristic assemblages and morphologies of benthic foraminifera from anoxic, organic-rich deposits; Jurassic through Holocene
JM Bernhard
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 16 (3), 207-215, 1986
5331986
Foraminifera of oxygen-depleted environments
JM Bernhard, BKS Gupta
Modern foraminifera, 201-216, 1999
530*1999
Vertical migratory response of benthic foraminifera to controlled oxygen concentrations in an experimental mesocosm
E Alve, JM Bernhard
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 137-151, 1995
3341995
Foraminifera in the Arabian Sea oxygen minimum zone and other oxygen-deficient settings: taxonomic composition, diversity, and relation to metazoan faunas
AJ Gooday, JM Bernhard, LA Levin, SB Suhr
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 47 (1-2), 25-54, 2000
3292000
The Santa Barbara Basin is a symbiosis oasis
JM Bernhard, KR Buck, MA Farmer, SS Bowser
Nature 403 (6765), 77-80, 2000
3062000
Benthic foraminiferal proxy to estimate dysoxic bottom-water oxygen concentrations; Santa Barbara Basin, US Pacific continental margin
JM Bernhard, BK Sen Gupta, PF Borne
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 27 (4), 301-310, 1997
3031997
Postmortem vital staining in benthic foraminifera; duration and importance in population and distributional studies
JM Bernhard
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 18 (2), 143-146, 1988
2481988
Distinguishing live from dead foraminifera: methods review and proper applications
JM Bernhard
Micropaleontology 46, 38-46, 2000
2362000
Benthic foraminiferal population fluctuations related to anoxia: Santa Barbara Basin
JM Bernhard, CE Reimers
Biogeochemistry 15, 127-149, 1991
2361991
Benthic foraminifera of dysoxic sediments: chloroplast sequestration and functional morphology
JM Bernhard, SS Bowser
Earth-Science Reviews 46 (1-4), 149-165, 1999
2321999
Blake Ridge methane seeps: characterization of a soft-sediment, chemosynthetically based ecosystem
CL Van Dover, P Aharon, JM Bernhard, E Caylor, M Doerries, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 50 (2), 281-300, 2003
2202003
And on top of all that… Coping with ocean acidification in the midst of many stressors
DL Breitburg, J Salisbury, JM Bernhard, WJ Cai, S Dupont, SC Doney, ...
Oceanography 28 (2), 48-61, 2015
2062015
Benthic foraminiferal distribution and biomass related to pore-water oxygen content: central California continental slope and rise
JM Bernhard
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers 39 (3-4), 585-605, 1992
1891992
Survival, ATP pool, and ultrastructural characterization of benthic foraminifera from Drammensfjord (Norway): response to anoxia
JM Bernhard, E Alve
Marine Micropaleontology 28 (1), 5-17, 1996
1881996
Comparison of two methods to identify live benthic foraminifera: A test between Rose Bengal and CellTracker Green with implications for stable isotope paleoreconstructions
JM Bernhard, DR Ostermann, DS Williams, JK Blanks
Paleoceanography 21 (4), 2006
1872006
Experimental and field evidence of Antarctic foraminiferal tolerance to anoxia and hydrogen sulfide
JM Bernhard
Marine Micropaleontology 20 (3-4), 203-213, 1993
1711993
Monterey Bay cold-seep biota: Assemblages, abundance, and ultrastructure of living foraminifera
JM Bernhard, KR Buck, JP Barry
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 48 (10), 2233-2249, 2001
1692001
Foraminiferal colonization of hydrocarbon-seep bacterial mats and underlying sediment, Gulf of Mexico slope
BK Sen Gupta, E Platon, JM Bernhard, P Aharon
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 27 (4), 292-300, 1997
1601997
On the preservation of laminated sediments along the western margin of North America
A Van Geen, Y Zheng, JM Bernhard, KG Cannariato, J Carriquiry, ...
Paleoceanography 18 (4), 2003
1592003
Seasonal spillover and varve formation in the Santa Barbara Basin, California
CE Reimers, CB Lange, M Tabak, JM Bernhard
Limnology and Oceanography 35 (7), 1577-1585, 1990
1511990
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