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Radiolaria are a very diverse marine siliceous microplankton group that have existed at least snice the Cambrian to the recent. This volume gives a representative view of research topics discussed at the 10th International Meeting of Radiolarian Palaeontologists. The articles of this volume cover mainly radiolarian biochronology and radiolarian fauna changes.
Preface.- Radiolaria – Siliceous plankton through time.- Turonian Radiolarians from Karnezeika, Argolis Peninsula, Peloponnesus.- Radiolarian correlation of Jurassic siliceous successions in the Rosso Ammonitico Fm from the Southern Alps and western Sicily (Italy).- Upper Jurassic Radiolaria from the Vocontian Basin of SE France.- The plankton turnover at the Permo-Triassic boundary, emphasis on radiolarians.- An online micropaleontology database: Radiolaria.org.- A new genus of Entactiniidae (Radiolaria) from the Upper Permian of South China.- Radiolarian faunal turnover through the Paleocene-Eocene transition, Mead Stream, New Zealand.- Upper Permian to Middle Jurassic radiolarian assemblages of Busuanga and surrounding islands, Palawan, Philippines.- Influence of the Frasnian / Famennian event on radiolarian faunas.- Middle to Upper Permian radiolarian faunas from chert blocks in the Pai area, northwestern Thailand