Stjepko Golubic: Publications on
Microbial Endoliths and Bioerosion

(Abstracts excluded)

For publications on bioerosion involving cyanobacteria and cyanobacterial endoliths see: Publications on Cyanobacteria: # 11, 17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 34, 43, 44, 46, 55, 56, 58, 59, 61, 64, 67, 68, 69, 75, 78, 79, 81, 82, 84, 86, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 96.

Consult also publications on: Microorganisms in Sediments and Stromatolites,
and publications on more General and Aquatic ecology

Tribollet, A., Golubic, S., Radtke, G. and Reitner, J. 2011. On Microbiocorrosion. In: Reitner, N., Queric, V. & Arp, G. (eds.): Advances in Stromatolite Geobiology. – Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences 131:  265-276. Springer, Berlin. (34)

Radtke, G., Glaub, I., Vogel, K. and Golubic, S. (2010). A new dichotomous microboring: Abeliella bellafurca isp. nov., distribution, variability and biological origin. Ichnos, 17: 25 — 33. (DOI 10 108010420940903348008) (33)

Chazottes, V., Cabioch, G., Golubic, S. and Radtke, G. 2009. Bathymetric zonation of modern microborers in dead coral substrates from New Caledonia - Implications for paleodepth reconstructions in Holocene corals. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 280: 456-468.  (32)

Tribollet, A. Veinott, G., Golubic, S. and Dart, R. 2008. Infestation of the North American freshwater mussel Elliptio complanata (Head Lake, Canada) by the euendolithic cyanobacterium Plectonema terebrans Bornet et Flahault. Algological Studies, 128:  65–77.  (31)

Golubic, S. & Radtke, G. 2008. The trace Rhopalia clavigera isp. n. reflects the development of its maker Eugomontia sacculata Kornmann 1960. pp. 96-108. In: Wisshak, M. & Tapanila, L. (Eds.) Current Developments in Bioerosion,  Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, London, New York.  (30)

Golubic, S., Radtke, G. & Le Campion-Alsumard, T. 2007. Endolithic fungi, p. 38-48.  In: Ganguli, B.N. and Deshmukh, S.K. (Eds.) Fungi: Multifaceted Microbes. Anamaya Publishers, New Delhi.  (29)

Glaub, I., Golubic, S., Gektidis, M., Radtke, G. and Vogel, K. 2007. Microborings and Microbial Endoliths: Geological implications.  p. 368-381.  In: Miller, W. (Ed.) Trace Fossils: Concepts, Problems, Prospects. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Co., Amsterdam-Oxford-New York.  (28)

Golubic, S., Radtke, G. & Le Campion-Alsumard, T. 2007. Endolithic fungi, p. 38-48.  In: Ganguli, B.N. and Deshmukh, S.K. (Eds.) Fungi: Multifaceted Microbes. Anamaya Publishers, New Delhi. (27)

Tribollet, A., Langdon, C., Golubic, S. & Atkinson, M. 2006.  Endolithic microflora are major primary producers in dead carbonate substrates of Hawaiian coral reefs. J. Phycol. 42: 292-303, DOI: 10.1111/j.1529-8817.2006.00198.x. (26)

Tribollet A and Golubic S. 2005. Cross-shelf differences in the pattern and pace of bioerosion of experimental carbonate substrates exposed for 3 years on the northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Coral Reefs 24:  422-434 (DOI 10.1007/s00338-005-0003-7. Award for best paper in 2005). (25)

Radtke, G. & Golubic, S. 2005. Microborings in mollusk shells, Bay of Safaga, Egypt: Morphometry and ichnology. Facies 51: 118-134, DOI: 10.1007/s10347-005-0016-02. (24)

Golubic, S., Radtke, G. & Le Campion-Alsumard, T. 2005. Endolithic fungi in marine ecosystems. Trends in Microbiology 13: 229-235, DOI:10.1016/j.tim.2005.03.007. (23)

Golubic, S. & Schneider, J. 2003.  Microbial endoliths as internal biofilms. p. 249-263.  In: Krumbein, W.E., Dornieden, T. & Volkmann, M. (Eds) Fossil and Recent Biofilms, Kluwer Publ. Co. (22)

Bentis, C.J., Kaufman, L. & Golubic, S. 2000. Endolithic fungi in reef-building corals (Order: Scleractinia) are common, cosmopolitan, and potentially pathogenic. Biological Bulletin 198: 254-260. (21)

Priess, K., Le Campion-Alsumard, T., Golubic, S., Gadel, F., & Thomassin, B.A., 2000. Fungi in corals: black bands and density-banding of Porites lutea and P. lobata skeleton. Marine Biology 136: 19-27. (20)

Vogel, K., Gektidis, M., Golubic, S., Kiene, W.E. & Radtke, G. 2000. Experimental studies on microbial bioerosion at Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas and One Tree Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia: implications for paleoecological reconstructions. Lethaia 33: 190-204. (19)

Pari, N., Peyrot-Clausade, M., Le Campion-Alsumard, T., Hutchings, P., Chazottes, V., Golubic, S., Le Campion, J. & Fontaine, M.F. 1998. Bioerosion of experimental substrates on high islands and on atoll lagoons (French Polynesia) after two years of exposure. Marine Ecology Progress Series 166: 119-130.(18)

Radtke, G., Hofmann, K. & Golubic, S. 1997. A bibliographic overview of micro- and macroscopic bioerosion. Cour. Forsch.-Inst. Senckenberg 201: 307-340. (17)

Mao-Che, L., Le Campion-Alsumard, T., Boury-Esnault, N., Payri, C., Golubic, S. & Bezac, C. 1996. Biodegradation of shells of the black pearl oyster Pinctada margaritifera var cumingii, by microborers and sponges of French Polynesia. Marine Biology 126: 509-519.(16)

Radtke, G., Gektidis, M., Golubic, S., Hofmann, K., Kiene, W.E. & Le Campion-Alsumard, T. 1997. The identity of an endolithic alga: Ostreobium brabantium Weber-van Bosse is recognized as carbonate-penetrating rhizoids of Acetabularia (Chlorophyta, Dasycladales). Cour. Forsch.-Inst. Senckenberg, 201: 341-347. (15)

Le Campion-Alsumard, T., Golubic, S. & Hutchings, P. 1995. Microbial endoliths in skeletons of live and dead corals: Porites lobata (Moorea, French Polynesia). Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 117: 149-157.(14)

Le Campion-Alsumard, T., Golubic, , Priess, S., 1995. Fungi in corals: symbiosis or disease? Interaction between polyps and fungi causes pearl-like skeleton biomineralization. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 117: 137-147. (13)

Kiene, W., Radtke, G., Gektidis, M., Golubic, S. & Vogel, K. 1995. Factors controlling the distribution of microborers in Bahamian reef environments. In: Dullo, W-C., Gektidis, M., Golubic, S., Heiss, G.A., Kampmann, H., Kiene, W., Kroll, D.K., Kuhrau, M.L., Radtke, G., Reijmer, J.G., Reinicke, G.B., Schlichter, D., Schuhmacher, H. & Vogel, K. (Eds.): Factors Controlling Holocene Reef Growth: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Facies 32: 176-188.(12)

Tavernier, A. & Golubic, S., 1993. Pliocene microboring assemblages in shells of the Purissima Formation (Capitola, California). In: Baratolo F., De Castro, P., & Parente, M.(Eds.) Studies on Fossil Benthic Algae, Boll. Soc. Paleontol. Ital. Spec. Vol. 1: 405-414. (11)

Hook, J.E. & Golubic, S., 1993. Microbial shell destruction in deep-sea mussels, Florida Escarpment. P.S.Z.N.I.: Marine Ecology, 14: 81-89. (10)

Tavernier, A., Campbell, S.E. & Golubic, S., 1992. A complex marine shallow-water boring trace: Dendrorete balani n. ichnogen. et ichnospec. Lethaia, 25: 303-310. (9)

Golubic, S., Campbell, S.E., Drobne, K., Cameron, B., Balsam, W.L., Cimerman, F. & Dubois, L., 1984. Microbial endoliths: a benthic overprint in the sedimentary record, and a paleobathymetric cross-reference with foraminifera. J. Paleontology, 58: 351-361. (8)

Hook, J.E., Golubic, S. & Milliman, J.D., 1984. Micritic cement in microborings is not necessarily a shallow-water indicator. Jour. Sedim. Petrology, 54: 425-431. (7)

Campbell, S.E., Drobne, K., Golubic, S. & Cimerman F., 1983. Microborings in foraminiferal tests: an ecological and paleontological cross-reference. Rapp. Comm. int. Mer. Medit., 28: 245-246. (6)

Golubic, S., Campbell, S.E. & Spaeth, C., 1983. Kunsharzausguesse fossiler Mikroben-Bohrgaenge (Resin-casting of fossil microbial borings). Der Praeparator, Bochum, 29: 197-200. (5)

Campbell, S.E., Kazmierczak, J. & Golubic, S., 1979. Palaeoconchocelis starmachii gen. n., sp. n., an endolithic rhodophyte (Bangiaceae) from the Silurian of Poland. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 24: 405-408. (4)

Kazmierczak, J. & Golubic, S 1976. Oldest organic remains of boring algae from Polish Upper Silurian. Nature, London, 261:404-406. (3)

Golubic, S., Brent, G. & Le Campion, T. 1970. Scanning electron microscopy of endolithic algae and fungi using a multipurpose casting-embedding technique, Lethaia, 3: 203-209. (2)

Gatrall, M. & Golubic. S., 1970. Comparative study on some Jurassic and Recent endolithic fungi using scanning electron microscope. In: Crimes, T.P. & Harper, J.C. (Eds.) Trace Fossils, Geological Journal, Special Issues, 3: 167-178. (1)

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