Her main research concerns Oceanography, Ecology, Foraminifera, Coral reef and Reef. Her work on Test expands to the thematically related Oceanography. Her Ecology study deals with Extinction intersecting with Trophic level.
Her studies deal with areas such as Sedimentology, Paleontology, Facies and Algae as well as Foraminifera. Her Coral reef research incorporates elements of Geologic record, Ecological indicator, Spatial ecology, Coral and Sedimentary depositional environment. In most of her Reef studies, her work intersects topics such as Remote sensing.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Oceanography, Foraminifera, Ecology, Reef and Benthic zone. Her Oceanography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sediment and Cenozoic. Her work deals with themes such as Environmental chemistry and Adaptation, Paleontology, which intersect with Foraminifera.
Her Reef research includes elements of Coral reef and Coral. Her Coral reef study combines topics in areas such as Atoll, Sea surface temperature, Water quality and Bioindicator. Her studies in Amphistegina integrate themes in fields like Test and Botany.
Benthic zone, Oceanography, Foraminifera, Reef and Coral reef are her primary areas of study. In her work, Chlorophyll, Meiobenthos and Archaias angulatus is strongly intertwined with Chlorophyll a, which is a subfield of Benthic zone. In the subject of general Oceanography, her work in Ocean acidification, Plankton, Amphistegina and Indian ocean is often linked to In situ, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Her research in the fields of Quinqueloculina overlaps with other disciplines such as Hypoxia. Her Reef study results in a more complete grasp of Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Water quality, Bioindicator and Atoll in addition to Coral reef.
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Nutrient excess and the demise of coral reefs and carbonate platforms
Pamela Hallock;Wolfgang Schlager.
Larger Foraminifera: A Tool for Paleoenvironmental Analysis of Cenozoic Carbonate Depositional Facies
Pamela Hallock;E. C. Glenn.
The role of nutrient availability in bioerosion: Consequences to carbonate buildups
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1988)
Foraminifera as Bioindicators in Coral Reef Assessment and Monitoring: The Foram Index
Pamela Hallock;Barbara H. Lidz;Elizabeth M. Cockey-Burkhard;Kelly B. Donnelly.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (2003)
Fluctuations in the trophic resource continuum: a factor in global diversity cycles?
Why are larger Foraminifera large
Carbonate Systems along Nutrient and Temperature Gradients: Some Sedimentological and Geochemical Constraints
Maria Mutti;Pamela Hallock.
International Journal of Earth Sciences (2003)
Carbonate Factories: A Conundrum in Sedimentary Geology
L. Pomar;Pamela Hallock.
Earth-Science Reviews (2008)
Similarities between planktonic and larger foraminiferal evolutionary trends through Paleogene paleoceanographic changes
Pamela Hallock;Isabella Premoli Silva;Anne Boersma.
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (1991)
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