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Foraminifera

Their Classification and Economic Use, 4th Revised and Enlarged Edition

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ISBN 9780674330863

Publication Date: 01/01/1948

605 pages

56 illustrations, 9 line illustrations, 23 tables, 1 map

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  • I. The Living Animal
  • II. The Test
  • III. Collecting and Preparing Material
  • IV. Methods of Study
  • V. Economic Use
  • VI. Geographic Distribution
  • VII. Geologic Distribution
  • VIII. Trimorphism
  • IX. Classification
  • X. Research Problems Concerning the Foraminifera
  • XI. Systematic Arrangement of the Foraminifera
    • Family 1. Allogromiidae
    • Family 2. Astrorhizidae
    • Family 3. Rhizamminidae
    • Family 4. Saccamminidae
    • Family 5. Hyperamminidae
    • Family 6. Reophacidae
    • Family 7. Ammodiscidae
    • Family 8. Lituolidae
    • Family 9. Textulariidae
    • Family 10. Verneuilinidae
    • Family 11. Valvulinidae
    • Family 12. Fusulinidae
    • Family 13. Neoschwagerinidae
    • Family 14. Loftusiidae
    • Family 15. Neusinidae
    • Family 16. Silicinidae
    • Family 17. Miliolidae
    • Family 18. Ophthalmidiidae
    • Family 19. Fischerinidae
    • Family 20. Trochamminidae
    • Family 21. Placopsilinidae
    • Family 22. Orbitolinidae
    • Family 23. Lagenidae
    • Family 24. Polymorphinidae
    • Family 25. Nonionidae
    • Family 26. Camerinidae
    • Family 27. Peneroplidae
    • Family 28. Alveolinellidae
    • Family 29. Keramosphaeridae
    • Family 30. Heterohelicidae
    • Family 31. Buliminidae
    • Family 32. Ellipsoidinidae
    • Family 33. Rotaliidae
    • Family 34. Pegidiidae
    • Family 35. Amphisteginidae
    • Family 36. Calcarinidae
    • Family 37. Cymbaloporidae
    • Family 38. Cassidulinidae
    • Family 39. Chilostomellidae
    • Family 40. Globigerinidae
    • Family 41. Hantkeninidae
    • Family 42. Globorotaliidae
    • Family 43. Anomalinidae
    • Family 44. Planorbulinidae
    • Family 45. Rupertiidae
    • Family 46. Victoriellidae
    • Family 47. Homotremidae
    • Family 48. Orbitoididae
    • Family 49. Discocyclinidae
    • Family 50. Miogypsinidae
  • XII. Bibliography
  • An Illustrated Key to the Genera of the Foraminifera
  • Index

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