Bruno Granier

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Bruno Granier (born 1958), French geologist and micropaleontologist.

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  • Granier B. & Michaud F. 1987. Deloffrella quercifoliipora n. gen. n. sp., une Algue Dasycladacée nouvelle du Kimméridgien et du Portlandien du Sud-Est du Mexique. Bulletin de la Société géologique de France 3(6): 1089–1096. DOI: 10.2113/gssgfbull.III.6.1089 Reference page
  • Granier B. & Michaud F. 1990 '1989'. Draconisella genotii n. gen. n. sp., Algue Dasycladacée du Portlandien du Chiapas (Sud-Est du Mexique). Revue de Paléobiologie, Genève 8(2): 365–372. Reference page
  • Granier B., Berthou, P.-Y. & Fourcade, E. 1991. The Dasycladalean Algae from the Cretaceous of the New World. Second geological Conference of the geological Society of Trinidad and Tobago, Programme and Abstracts, Port-of-Spain, April 2nd-8th, 1990, p. 4. Reference page
  • Granier, B. 2002. Algues Dasycladales, nouvelles ou peu connues, du Jurassique supérieur et du Crétacé inférieur du Moyen-Orient - New or little known Dasyclad algae from Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous series of the Middle East. pp. 102–113. In: Bucur I.I. & Filipescu S. (eds.): Research advances in calcareous algae and microbial carbonates. Proceedings of the 4th IFAA Regional Meeting (Cluj-Napoca, August 29 - September 5, 2001). Presa Universitara Clujeana. Reference page
  • Granier, B. & Berthou P.-Y. 2002. Algues calcaires fossiles, nouvelles ou peu connues, du Portugal. 1ère partie - New or little known fossil calcareous algae from Portugal. Part I.: 117–126. In: Bucur I.I. & Filipescu S. (eds.): Research advances in calcareous algae and microbial carbonates. Proceedings of the 4th IFAA Regional Meeting (Cluj-Napoca, August 29 - September 5, 2001). Presa Universitara Clujeana. Reference page
  • Woelkerling, W.J., Granier, B. & Dias-Brito, D. 2014. Heydrichia (?) poignantii, sp. nov. (Sporolithaceae, Sporolithales, Rhodophyta), a 100 million year old fossil coralline red alga from north-eastern Brazil, and a new Hauterivian record of Sporolithon from Switzerland. Carnets de Géologie 14(7): 139–158. DOI: 10.4267/2042/53736 Reference page
  • Granier, B. 2018. A new and unique bodyplan in fossil Bryopsidales, with description of Jaffrezocodium bipennatus n. gen., n. sp., an (?) Albian-Cenomanian calcareous green alga. Cretaceous Research 85: 207–213, 5 figs. DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2018.01.011 Reference page

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