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Marcelle K. BouDagher-Fadel (1956–2022): A legacy of foraminiferal research and scientific eminence (2023)
Book Chapter
Price, G. D., & Montenari, M. (2023). Marcelle K. BouDagher-Fadel (1956–2022): A legacy of foraminiferal research and scientific eminence. In Stratigraphy of Geo- and Biodynamic Processes (1-36). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.sats.2023.08.010

Marcelle K. BouDagher-Fadel, a prominent marine paleontologist, dedicated over 40 years to academic excellence at University College London. Her unparalleled expertise in foraminifera reshaped our paleontological and geological understanding of signi... Read More about Marcelle K. BouDagher-Fadel (1956–2022): A legacy of foraminiferal research and scientific eminence.

Comparative geochemistry of Early Carboniferous marine red beds (MRBs) and their significance for deep time paleoceanographic reconstructions (2022)
Journal Article
Card, C. J., & Montenari, M. (2022). Comparative geochemistry of Early Carboniferous marine red beds (MRBs) and their significance for deep time paleoceanographic reconstructions. Sedimentary Geology, 106313 - 106313. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sedgeo.2022.106313

Marine red beds (MRBs), also known as oceanic red beds (ORBs), are reddish colored sediments deposited within the marine realm that have been stained during deposition and/or early diagenesis because of changes in the ocean water chemistry in respons... Read More about Comparative geochemistry of Early Carboniferous marine red beds (MRBs) and their significance for deep time paleoceanographic reconstructions.

Comparative geochemistry of Early Carboniferous marine red beds (MRBs) and their significance for deep time paleoceanographic reconstructions (2022)
Journal Article
Card, C. J., & Montenari, M. (2022). Comparative geochemistry of Early Carboniferous marine red beds (MRBs) and their significance for deep time paleoceanographic reconstructions. Sedimentary Geology, 106313 - 106313. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sedgeo.2022.106313

Marine red beds (MRBs), also known as oceanic red beds (ORBs), are reddish colored sediments deposited within the marine realm that have been stained during deposition and/or early diagenesis because of changes in the ocean water chemistry in respons... Read More about Comparative geochemistry of Early Carboniferous marine red beds (MRBs) and their significance for deep time paleoceanographic reconstructions.

An overview of the geology of paleoanthropological and archaeological sites of South Africa (2022)
Book Chapter
Makhubela, T. V., & Mavuso, S. S. (2022). An overview of the geology of paleoanthropological and archaeological sites of South Africa. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (221-268). Elsevier

Paleoanthropological and archaeological remains in South Africa are found in various sites formed in diverse environments of caves, rock shelters and open-air settings. These sites contain deposits dating back mainly to the Quaternary, but also exten... Read More about An overview of the geology of paleoanthropological and archaeological sites of South Africa.

The Quaternary vertebrate fauna of cave deposits of the Podillia-Bukovynian Karst-Speleological Area (Western Ukraine) (2022)
Book Chapter
Ridush, B. (2022). The Quaternary vertebrate fauna of cave deposits of the Podillia-Bukovynian Karst-Speleological Area (Western Ukraine). In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (157-219). Elsevier

The Podillia-Bukovinian Karst-Speleological Area is rich in numerous caves of karst, suffosion, and weathering origin. The gypsum karst is the most widespread in the area. It is famous for the World's largest maze-caves in gypsum. Some of these caves... Read More about The Quaternary vertebrate fauna of cave deposits of the Podillia-Bukovynian Karst-Speleological Area (Western Ukraine).

An outline of geochemical proxies used on marine sediments deposited during the Quaternary Period (2022)
Book Chapter
Banerji, U. S., Batuk Joshi, K., Pandey, L., & Prakash Dubey, C. (2022). An outline of geochemical proxies used on marine sediments deposited during the Quaternary Period. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (1-35). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.sats.2022.09.002

The sediments have been a ubiquitous archive for paleoclimate reconstruction while the marine sediments are considered to be serene and mostly undisturbed from anthropogenic encroachments. Unlike continental records, the deep-sea sediments elucidated... Read More about An outline of geochemical proxies used on marine sediments deposited during the Quaternary Period.

The latest European record of Chasmaporthetes lunensis lunensis (Del Campana, 1914) from Schernfeld (Bavaria, Germany) in terms of the changes in the European carnivore paleoguilds (2022)
Book Chapter
Marciszak a, A., Gornig a, W., Kropczyk a, A., & Rössner, G. E. (2022). The latest European record of Chasmaporthetes lunensis lunensis (Del Campana, 1914) from Schernfeld (Bavaria, Germany) in terms of the changes in the European carnivore paleoguilds. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (137-156). Elsevier

The hyaena Chasmaporthetes lunensis lacks the robust and hyper-robust dentition of its bone-cracking relatives. Its gracile skeleton reflects an adaption to fast running and chasing down prey. The species was widespread on the northern hemisphere thr... Read More about The latest European record of Chasmaporthetes lunensis lunensis (Del Campana, 1914) from Schernfeld (Bavaria, Germany) in terms of the changes in the European carnivore paleoguilds.

Stratigraphy in the Greenland/Iceland/Norwegian (GIN) seas: A multiproxy approach on Pleistocene sediments (2022)
Book Chapter
Sabine-Lamoureux, M. E., Eynaud, F., Zaragosi, S., Giraudeau, J., Debret, M., Rossignol-Malaize, L., …Garlan, T. (2022). Stratigraphy in the Greenland/Iceland/Norwegian (GIN) seas: A multiproxy approach on Pleistocene sediments. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (37-80). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.sats.2022.09.004

A multiproxy sedimentological study was conducted on five sediment cores retrieved between 67 and 79°N in the Greenland/Iceland/Norwegian seas in order to infer a common chronostratigraphic model for the selected cores. This model is based on the use... Read More about Stratigraphy in the Greenland/Iceland/Norwegian (GIN) seas: A multiproxy approach on Pleistocene sediments.

New lithostratigraphic nomenclature of Neogene rock units in As-Sahabi area, Sirt Basin, northeast Libya (2022)
Book Chapter
Hasan El-Shawaihdi, M., Thomas Boaz, N., Muftah, A., & Salloum, F. (2022). New lithostratigraphic nomenclature of Neogene rock units in As-Sahabi area, Sirt Basin, northeast Libya. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (269-308). Elsevier

This paper reviews the lithostratigraphic nomenclature of Neogene formal and informal rock units in the As-Sahabi area of northeast Libya. Formally-named lithostratigraphic units are modified whereas informal units are re-designated and given new nam... Read More about New lithostratigraphic nomenclature of Neogene rock units in As-Sahabi area, Sirt Basin, northeast Libya.

Quaternary Palynostratigraphy of Germany with special emphasis on the Late Pleistocene (2022)
Book Chapter
Stojakowits, P., & Mayr, C. (2022). Quaternary Palynostratigraphy of Germany with special emphasis on the Late Pleistocene. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (81-136). Elsevier

Here, we summarize and review the current state of knowledge on Quaternary palynostratigraphy in Germany. Our focus is especially on the Pleistocene and a comparison between northern and southern Germany, while we consider the Holocene only marginall... Read More about Quaternary Palynostratigraphy of Germany with special emphasis on the Late Pleistocene.

An overview of the Paleocene-Eocene calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy and bioevents in Egypt (2021)
Book Chapter
Faris, M., Farouk, S., & Shabaan, M. (2021). An overview of the Paleocene-Eocene calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy and bioevents in Egypt. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (225-292). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.sats.2021.09.003

Nineteen Paleocene-Eocene calcareous nannofossil bioevents are used to identify the zones from NP1 to NP20. Several events and climatic changes are reported across the Danian/Selandian, the Selandian/Thanetian, the Paleocene-Eocene, Early Eocene/Midd... Read More about An overview of the Paleocene-Eocene calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy and bioevents in Egypt.

A taxonomic revision of Heliolithaceae—Applications in resolving the problematic calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the Paleocene (2021)
Book Chapter
Bowman, A. R., & Varol, O. (2021). A taxonomic revision of Heliolithaceae—Applications in resolving the problematic calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the Paleocene. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (43-223). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.sats.2021.09.002

In this study, we established a taxonomic revision of Heliolithaceae, which ultimately resolved the significant taxonomic confusion of several vital species. This greatly enhanced the biostratigraphic resolution throughout the Middle-Late Paleocene.... Read More about A taxonomic revision of Heliolithaceae—Applications in resolving the problematic calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the Paleocene.

Upper Cretaceous calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the East European Platform: A proposed regional nannofossil zonation scheme and correlation with foraminifera and radiolarian zones (2021)
Book Chapter
Ovechkina, M. N., Kopaevich, L. F., Vishnevskaya, V. S., & Mostovski, M. B. (2021). Upper Cretaceous calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the East European Platform: A proposed regional nannofossil zonation scheme and correlation with foraminifera and radiolarian zones. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (293-437). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.sats.2021.09.004

The Upper Cretaceous deposits are broadly distributed over the territory of the East European Platform (EEP), yet they cannot be reliably subdivided on the basis of the calcareous nannofossils using the existing global and provincial zonal schemes du... Read More about Upper Cretaceous calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy of the East European Platform: A proposed regional nannofossil zonation scheme and correlation with foraminifera and radiolarian zones.

Miocene-Pleistocene calcareous nannofossils sequence stratigraphy and biochronology in the subsurface of the Nile Delta of Egypt (2021)
Book Chapter
Mandur, M. M., Makled, W. A., & El Agroudy, I. E. (2021). Miocene-Pleistocene calcareous nannofossils sequence stratigraphy and biochronology in the subsurface of the Nile Delta of Egypt. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (1-42). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.sats.2021.09.001

Nannoplankton bioevents from the Miocene-Pleistocene successions in Nile Delta and southeastern Mediterranean are used to construct a biochronological scheme with time scale. One hundred seventy-six bioevents were collected from nine wells distribute... Read More about Miocene-Pleistocene calcareous nannofossils sequence stratigraphy and biochronology in the subsurface of the Nile Delta of Egypt.

Early–mid Cretaceous calcareous nannofossils from the central Tethys: biostratigraphy and ecology (2021)
Book Chapter
Mahanipour, A., & Mutterlose, J. (2021). Early–mid Cretaceous calcareous nannofossils from the central Tethys: biostratigraphy and ecology. In M. Montenari (Ed.), Stratigraphy & Timescales (439-469). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.sats.2021.09.005

The Early–mid Cretaceous Garau and Kazhdumi Formations of the Zagros Basin (western and southwestern Iran) have been studied for calcareous nannofossils and their assemblage composition. The 722 m thick Garau Formation was investigated in the Kabir-K... Read More about Early–mid Cretaceous calcareous nannofossils from the central Tethys: biostratigraphy and ecology.