Pamela Hallock Muller
Pamela Hallock Muller
Professor of Marine Science, University of South Florida
Verified email at usf.edu
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Nutrient excess and the demise of coral reefs and carbonate platforms
P Hallock, W Schlager
Palaios 1 (4), 389-398, 1986
10701986
Large foraminifera; a tool for paleoenvironmental analysis of Cenozoic carbonate depositional facies
P Hallock, EC Glenn
Palaios 1 (1), 55-64, 1986
4111986
The role of nutrient availability in bioerosion: consequences to carbonate buildups
P Hallock
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 63 (1-3), 275-291, 1988
4041988
Fluctuations in the trophic resource continuum: a factor in global diversity cycles?
P Hallock
Paleoceanography 2 (5), 457-471, 1987
3321987
Foraminifera as bioindicators in coral reef assessment and monitoring: the FORAM index
P Hallock, BH Lidz, EM Cockey-Burkhard, KB Donnelly
Environmental monitoring and assessment 81 (1-3), 221-238, 2003
3232003
Why are larger foraminifera large?
P Hallock
Paleobiology 11 (2), 195-208, 1985
3061985
Carbonate systems along nutrient and temperature gradients: some sedimentological and geochemical constraints
M Mutti, P Hallock
International Journal of Earth Sciences 92 (4), 465-475, 2003
2902003
Similarities between planktonic and larger foraminiferal evolutionary trends through Paleogene paleoceanographic changes
P Hallock, IP Silva, A Boersma
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 83 (1-3), 49-64, 1991
2441991
Symbiont-bearing foraminifera
P Hallock
Modern foraminifera, 123-139, 1999
2341999
Carbonate factories: a conundrum in sedimentary geology
L Pomar, P Hallock
Earth-Science Reviews 87 (3-4), 134-169, 2008
2252008
Internal waves, an under-explored source of turbulence events in the sedimentary record
L Pomar, M Morsilli, P Hallock, B Bádenas
Earth-Science Reviews 111 (1-2), 56-81, 2012
194*2012
Distribution of selected species of living algal symbiont-bearing foraminifera on two Pacific coral reefs
P Hallock
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 14 (4), 250-261, 1984
1871984
Global change and modern coral reefs: new opportunities to understand shallow-water carbonate depositional processes
P Hallock
Sedimentary Geology 175 (1-4), 19-33, 2005
1732005
Coral reefs, carbonate sediments, nutrients, and global change
P Hallock
The history and sedimentology of ancient reef systems, 387-427, 2001
1672001
Symbiont-bearing foraminifera: harbingers of global change?
P Hallock
Micropaleontology, 95-104, 2000
1672000
Algal symbiosis: a mathematical analysis
P Hallock
Marine Biology 62 (4), 249-255, 1981
1611981
Subtropical carbonates in a temperate realm; modern sediments on the Southwest Australian shelf
NP James, LB Collins, Y Bone, P Hallock
Journal of Sedimentary Research 69 (6), 1297-1321, 1999
1571999
Platforms of the Nicaraguan Rise: Examples of the sensitivity of carbonate sedimentation to excess trophic resources
P Hallock, AC Hine, GA Vargo, JA Elrod, WC Jaap
Geology 16 (12), 1104-1107, 1988
1511988
Trends in test shape with depth in large, symbiont-bearing foraminifera
P Hallock
The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 9 (1), 61-69, 1979
1371979
Production of carbonate sediments by selected large benthic foraminifera on two Pacific coral reefs
P Hallock
Journal of Sedimentary Research 51 (2), 467-474, 1981
1361981
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