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Barke et al. 2011BARKE, J., ABELS, H.A., SANGIORI, F., GREENWOOD, D.R., SWEET, A.R., DONDERS, T., REICHART, G.-J., LOTTER, A.F. & BRINKHUIS, H. 2011. Orbitally forced Azolla blooms and Middle Eocene Arctic hydrology: Clues from palynology. Geology, vol. 39, pp. 427-430. Barke et al. 2011 Geology



Barke et al. 2012BARKE, J., VAN DER BURGH, J., VAN KONIJNENBURG, C., JOHANNA, H.A., COLLINSON, M.E.l., PEARCE, M.A., BUJAK, J.P., HEILMANN-CLAUSEN, C., SPEELMAN, E., N, VAN KEMPEN, M.M.L., REICHART, G.-J., LOTTER, A.F. & BRINKHUIS, H. 2012. Coeval Eocene blooms of the freshwater fern Azolla in and around Arctic and Nordic seas. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 337-338, 108-119. Barke et al. 2012


Brinkhuis et al. 2006 [2]BRINKHUIS, H., SCHOUTEN, S., COLLINSON, M.E., SLUIJS , A., DAMSTE, J.S.S., DICKENS, G.R., HUBER, M., CRONIN, T.M., ONODERA , J., TAKASAHI, K., BUJAK, J.P., STEIN, R., VAN DER BURGH , J., ELDRETT, J.S., HARDING, I.C., LOTTER, A.F., SANGIORI, F., VAN KONIJNENBURG-VAN CITTERT, H., DE LEEUW, J.W., MATTHIESSEN , J., BACKMAN, J.U., MORAN, K. & the Expedition 302 Scientists.2006. Episodic fresh surface waters in the early Eocene Arctic Ocean. Nature, June 1, pp. 606-609. Brinkhuis et al.2006


Bujak 2007BUJAK, J.P. 2007. The Azolla Story: Climate change and Arctic hydrocarbons.  GeoExpro Magazine, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 66-72. Bujak 2007




Bujak & Bujak 2013BUJAK, A.A. & BUJAK, J.P. 2013. The Azolla Biosystem.The Amazing plant could provide a gateway to the future. GeoExpro Magazine, vol. 10, no. 6, p.10., December 2013. Bujak & Bujak 2013




Geoscientist 2014BUJAK, J.P. & BUJAK, A.A. 2014. How a unique plant called Azolla changed our climate. Geoscientist Magazine, June 2014. Bujak & Bujak 2014




Carrapico 2010CARRAPICO, F. 2010. Azolla as a superorganism. Its implication in the symbiotic studies. In “Stress Biology”. Seckbach, J. and Grube, M. (Eds). Published by Springer. Carrapico 2009




National Geographic 2005NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, May 2005. The Great Green North: Was the icy Arctic once a warm soup of life? National Geographic 2005




New York Times 2004NEW YORK TIMES. November 2004. Under all that ice, maybe oil.  New York Times 2004




Speelman et al. 2009SPEELMAN, E.E.VAN KEMPEN, M.M., BARKE, J., BRINKHUIS, H., REICHART, G.J., SMOLDERS, A.J.P., ROELOFS, J.G.M., SANGIORGI, F., DE LEEUW, J.W., LOTTER, A.F. & SINNINGHE DAMSTÉ, J.S. 2009. The Eocene Arctic Azolla bloom: environmental conditions, productivity and carbon drawdown. Geobiology, vol. 7, pp. 155–170. Speelman et al. 2009


Stickley et al. 2008STICKLEY, C.E., Koc¸ N., BRUMSACK, H.-J., JORDON, R.W. & SUTO., I. 2008. A siliceous microfossil view of middle Eocene Arctic paleoenvironments: A window of biosilica production and preservation. Paleoceanography, vol. 23. Stickley et al. 2008



Van den Burgh et al. 2013VAN DEN BURGH, J., COLLINSON,. M.E., VAN JONIJNENBURG-VAN CITTERT, J.H.A., BARKE, J. & BRINKHUIS, H. 2013. The freshwater fern Azolla (Azollaceae) from Eocene Arctic and Nordic Sea sediments: New species and their stratigraphic distribution. 2013. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology vol. 194, pp. 50–68. Van den Burgh et al. 2013



Van Kempen et al., 2012VAN KEMPEN, M.M.L., SMOLDERS, A.J.P., LAMERS, L.P.M. & ROELOFS, J.G.M. 2012. Micro-halocline enabled nutrient recycling may explain extreme Azolla Event in the Eocene Arctic Ocean. PLOS ONE, vol. 7 (11), PP. 1-6. Van Kempen et al. 2012





Matsuoka & Bujak 1988MATSUOKA, K. & BUJAK, J.P. 1988. Cenozoic dinoflagellate cysts from the Navarin Basin, Norton Sound and St. George Basin, Bering Sea. Bulletin of the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Nagasaki University, Natural Science, vol. 29, pp. 1-147.

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