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All abstracts by Michal Kucera in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2022) The Role of Symbiont Bearing Benthic Foraminiferal Biomineralization in Coastal Environments Undergoing Warming
Manda S, Pinko D, Abramovich S, Ashckenazi-Polivoda S, Titelboim D, Abdu U, Almogi-Labin A, Herut B, Kucera M & Morard R

(2022) The Combined Effects of Rising Temperature and Salinity may Halt the Future Proliferation of Symbiont-Bearing Foraminifera as Ecosystem Engineers
Kenigsberg C, Titelboim D, Ashckenazi-Polivoda S, Herut B, Kucera M, Almogi-Labin A, Hyams-Kaphzan O & Abramovich S

(2018) Planktonic Foraminiferal Na/Ca as a Proxy for Salinity
Mezger E, de Nooijer L, Brummer G-J, Siccha M, Kucera M & Reichart G-J

(2018) Field Application of Na/Ca as Salinity Proxy in Planktonic Foraminifera
Bertlich J, Nürnberg D, Hathorne EC, Groeneveld J, Kucera M, Siccha M & Meilland J

(2017) A Direct Proxy for Salinity?
Mezger E, de Nooijer L, Siccha M, Brummer G-J, Kucera M & Reichart G-J

(2012) Insights on Biomineralisation and the Nature of 'Vital Effects' Using Boron Isotopes
Henehan M, Foster G, Rae J, Ries J, Erez J, Bostock H, Kucera M, Castillo K, Martinez-Bota M & Wilson P

(2012) Constraining Changes in Ocean Circulation Modes and 14C Reservoir Ages in the NW Atlantic between 35 and 15 ka BP
Fohlmeister J, Lippold J, Kucera M, Wacker L & Bayer M

(2011) Calibrating the Boron Isotope pH-Proxy in Globigerinoides Ruber by MC-ICPMS
Henehan M, Foster G, Rae J, Erez J, Wilson P & Kucera M

(2008) Salinity Influence on Planktonic Foraminiferal Mg/Ca: A Case Study from the Red Sea
Groeneveld J, Raitzsch M, Siccha M, Trommer G, Hemleben C & Kucera M

(2002) Isotopic Composition of Li in Foraminifera and their Host Sediments
Kosler J, Kucera M, Sylvester P & Libertinova J

(2000) Li Isotopic Composition of Foraminiferal Tests: A Possible Proxy for Li Isotopic Composition of the Sea Water
Kosler J, Kucera M, Holcova K, Symonova R & Sylvester P

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