Stjepko Golubic
Stjepko Golubic
Professor Emeritus of Biology, Boston University
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Biological communities at the Florida Escarpment resemble hydrothermal vent taxa
CK Paull, B Hecker, R Commeau, RP Freeman-Lynde, C Neumann, ...
Science 226 (4677), 965-967, 1984
The lithobiontic ecological niche, with special reference to microorganisms
S Golubic, EI Friedmann, J Schneider
Journal of Sedimentary Research 51 (2), 475-478, 1981
Southward movement of the Pacific intertropical convergence zone AD 1400–1850
JP Sachs, D Sachse, RH Smittenberg, Z Zhang, DS Battisti, S Golubic
Nature Geoscience 2 (7), 519-525, 2009
Boring microorganisms and microborings in carbonate substrates
S Golubic, RD Perkins, KJ Lukas
The study of trace fossils: a synthesis of principles, problems, and …, 1975
Relationship between blue-green algae and carbonate deposits
S Golubic
Botanical monographs 1973, 1973
Organisms that Build Stromatolites
S Golubic
Developments in sedimentology 20, 113-126, 1976
Endolithic fungi in marine ecosystems
S Golubic, G Radtke, T Le Campion-Alsumard
Trends in microbiology 13 (5), 229-235, 2005
Comparison of Holocene and mid-Precambrian Entophysalidaceae (Cyanophyta) in stromatolitic algal mats: Cell division and degradation
S Golubic, HJ Hofmann
Journal of Paleontology, 1074-1082, 1976
Anatomy and taphonomy of a Precambrian algal stromatolite
AH Knoll, S Golubic
Precambrian Research 10 (1-2), 115-151, 1979
Microbial endoliths in skeletons of live and dead corals: Porites lobata (Moorea, French Polynesia)
T Le Campion-Alsumard, S Golubic, P Hutchings
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 149-157, 1995
Scanning electron microscopy of endolithic algae and fungi using a multipurpose casting‐embedding technique
G Stjepko, G Brent, T Le Campion
Lethaia 3 (2), 203-209, 1970
Fungi in corals: symbiosis or disease? Interaction between polyps and fungi causes pearl-like skeleton biomineralization
T Le Campion-Alsumard, S Golubic, K Priess
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 137-147, 1995
Early cyanobacterial fossil record: preservation, palaeoenvironments and identification
S Golubic, L Seong-Joo
European Journal of Phycology 34 (4), 339-348, 1999
Endolithic fungi in reef-building corals (Order: Scleractinia) are common, cosmopolitan, and potentially pathogenic
CJ Bentis, L Kaufman, S Golubic
The Biological Bulletin 198 (2), 254-260, 2000
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
A Tribollet, S Golubic
Coral reefs 24, 422-434, 2005
Experimental studies on microbial bioerosion at Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas and One Tree Island, Great Barrier reef, Australia: implications for paleoecological reconstructions
K Vogel, M Gektidis, S Golubic, WE Kiene, G Radtke
Lethaia 33 (3), 190-204, 2000
Benthic cyanobacterial bloom impacts the reefs of South Florida (Broward County, USA)
VJ Paul, RW Thacker, K Banks, S Golubic
Coral Reefs 24, 693-697, 2005
Algenvegetation der Felsen
S Golubic
Die Binnengewässer 23, 1967
Molecular and morphological characterization of cyanobacterial diversity in the stromatolites of Highborne Cay, Bahamas
JS Foster, SJ Green, SR Ahrendt, S Golubic, RP Reid, KL Hetherington, ...
The ISME journal 3 (5), 573-587, 2009
Microbialites in a modern lagoonal environment: Nature and distribution, Tikehau atoll (French Polynesia)
S Sprachta, G Camoin, S Golubic, T Le Campion
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 175 (1), 103-124, 2001
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