Foraminifera have been applied to environmental problems ranging from assessing cyclone, earthquake, and tsunami impacts to the effects of pollutants and quantifying sea-level change. Most of this knowledge, however, is not easily accessible to non-specialists, whether they are involved in environmental management or are interested amateurs, and thus must limit their appreciation of the potential application of foraminifera to problem solving. In spite of this, and as evidenced by the brisk trade in books and samples on eBay and the activities of, say, the, there is a considerable non-specialist interest in foraminifera and their geological and environmental applications. With...

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