NANODe version 1
Ecological and Environmental References
Associated with Species cited in NANODe, version 1.
This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but instead provides a starting place for further exploration. It is primarily composed of modern and Quaternary studies, mostly in North America. If you are aware of an important reference appropriate for this listing that is not presented here, we would like to hear from you, so that we may add it to the list in the next version of NANODe.
Angell, J.W. and R.W. Hancock, 1989. Response of eggs of Heterocypris incongruens (Ostracoda) to experimental stress. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 9, 3, 381-386.
Curry, B. Brandon, 1998. An environmental tolerance index for ostracodes as indicators of physical and chemical factors in aquatic habitats. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 148, 51-63.
DeDeckker, P. and R.M. Forester, 1988. The use of ostracodes to reconstruct continental palaeoenvironmental records. IN Ostracoda in the Earth Sciences. DeDeckker, P., J.P. Colin and J.P. Peypouquet (eds.). Elsevier, Amsterdam, 175-199.
Delorme, L.D., 1969. Ostracodes as Quaternary paleoecological indicators. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 6, 6, 1471-1476
Eyles, N. and H. Schwartcz, 1991. Stable isotope record of the last glacial cycle from lacustrine ostracodes. Geology, 19, 257-260.
Ferguson, E., Jr., 1944. Studies of seasonal life history of three species of fresh-water ostracodes. American Midland Naturalist, 32 713-727.
Ferguson, E., Jr., 1958. Seasonal life history studies of two species of freshwater ostracods, Anatomical Records, 131, 549-550.
Forester, R.M., 1983. Relationship of two lacustrine ostracode species to solute composition and salinity: Implications for paleohydrochemistry. Geology 11: 435-438.
Forester, R.M., 1986. Determination of dissolved anion composition of ancient lakes from fossil ostracodes. Geology 14: 796-798.
Forester, R.M., 1987. Late Quaternary paleoclimate records for lacustrine ostracodes. IN North America and Adjacent Oceans During the Last Deglaciation. Ruddiman, W.F. and H.E. Wright, Jr. (eds.). Geological Society of American, Boulder, CO. Volume K-3, 261-276.
Forester, R.M., Delorme, L.D., and Bradbury, J.P., 1987. Mid-Holocene climate in northern Minnesota. Quaternary Research, 28, 263-273.
Forester, R.M., 1988. Nonmarine calcareous microfossil sample preparation and data acquisition procedures. U.S. Geological Survey Technical Procedure, HP-78, R1: 1-9.
Forester, R.M., 1991. Ostracode assemblages from springs in the western United States: Implications for paleohydrology. Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada, 155, 181-201.
McLay, C.L., 1978. Comparative observations on the ecology of four species of ostracods living in temporary freshwater puddle. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 56, 663-675.
McLay, C.L., 1978. The population biology of Cyprinotus carolinensis and Herpetocypris reptans (Crustacea, Ostracoda). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 56, 1744-1758.
McLay, C.L., 1978. Competition, coexistence and Survival; a computer simulation study of ostracodes living in temporary puddle. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 56, 1744-1758.
McGregor, D.L., 1969. The reproductive potential, life history and parasitism of the freshwater ostracod Darwinula stevensoni (Brady & Robertson). Pp. 194-221 IN Neals, J.W. (ed) Taxonomy, Morphology and Ecology of Recent Ostracoda, Oliver 7 Boyd, Edinburgh, 194-220.
Ranta, E., 1979. Population biology of Darwinula stevensoni (Crustacea, Ostracoda) in an oligotrophic lake. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 46, 28-35.
Rosenfeld, A. and R. Ortal, 1983. Ostracodes as indicators of water pollution in Nahal Harod, northern Israel. IN Applications of the Ostracoda, Maddocks, R. (ed.), Department of Geosciences, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, 229-237.
Smith, Alison J., 1993. Lacustrine ostracodes as hydrochemical indicators in lakes of the north-central United States. Journal of Paleolimnology, 8, 135-147.
Smith, A.J., Donovan, J.J., Ito, E., Engstrom, D.R., and Panek, V., 2002. Climate driven hydrologic transients in lake sediment records: multiproxy record of mid-Holocene drought. Quaternary Science Reviews 21/4-6 pp. 625-646.
Smith, A.J. and Horne, D., 2002. Ecology of Marine, Marginal Marine, and Nonmarine Ostracods, in The Ostracoda: Applications in Quaternary Research, Geophysical Monograph Series, edited by A. R. Chivas and J. A. Holmes, Monograph Series, Volume 131, 313 pages, Chapter 2, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D. C., pp. 37-64.
A.J., J.W. Davis, D.F.Palmer, R.M. Forester, and B.B. Curry,
2003. Ostracodes as hydrologic indicators in springs, streams and
wetlands: a tool for environmental and
paleoenvironmental assessment, In Park, Lisa E. and Smith, Alison
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Taylor, L.C., 1992. The response of Spring-Dwelling Ostracodes to Intra-Regional Differences in Groundwater Chemistry Associated with Road Salting Practices in Southern Ontario: a Test Using Urban-Rural Transect. Unpub. M.S. Thesis, Univ. of Toronto, Toronto, CA. 222pp.
Turpen, J.B. and R.W. Angell, 1971. Aspects of molting and calcification in the ostracod Heterocypris. The Biology Bulletin (Lancaster). 140, 2, 331-338.
Vance, R.E., Last, William M., and Smith, Alison J., 1997. Hydrologic and climatic implications of a multidisciplinary study of late Holocene sediment from Kenosee Lake, southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada. Journal of Paleolimnology, 18, 365-393.