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Spatial and Vertical Distribution of Benthic Littoral Communities in Terra Nova Bay
The littoral benthic communities of the Ross Sea, except for McMurdo Sound, are poorly known. An analysis of the composition and distribution of the communities in Terra Nova Bay has been conductedExpand
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Benthic habitat characterization and distribution from two representative sites of the deep-water SML Coral Province (Mediterranean)
Abstract Two sites (MS04 and MS06) from the Santa Maria di Leuca (SML) Coral Province were analyzed by a video and acoustic survey during the National Italian Project Apulian Plateau Bank EcosystemExpand
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Geomorphology and Superficial Bottom Sediments of Khao Lak Coastal Area (SW Thailand)
Submerged and subaerial coastal morphology, nature and distribution of bottom sediments are among the key factors influencing the environmental impact by tsunami. Here we show our results of the postExpand
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Holocene and recent shallow soft-bottom mollusks from the northern Gulf of Thailand area: Bivalvia)
EnglishThe bivalves recovered from the Holocene Bangkok Day in the Lower Central Plain of Bangkok along with those obtained from modern shallow bottoms in Phetchaburi coastal area are recorded andExpand
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Enhanced biodiversity in the deep: Early Pleistocene coral communities from southern Italy
The Early Pleistocene fault plane of Furnari, that outcrops in northeastern Sicily (southern Italy), provided a primary hard substrate for the settling and growth of large coral colonies. Even thoughExpand
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Hard- and soft-bottom thanatofacies from the Santa Maria di Leuca deep-water coral province, Mediterranean
Thanatofacies and the skeletonized components of the living facies, from which they originate have been studied from the Santa Maria di Leuca (SML) deep-water coral mound province. Faunal analysisExpand
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Anatomy of a Transgressive Systems Tract Revealed by Integrated Sedimentological and Palaeoecological Study: The Barcellona Pozzo Di Gotto Basin, Northeastern Sicily, Italy
The Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto Basin of northeastern Sicily, central Mediterranean, is a Plio-Pleistocene peri-Tyrrhenian shelf embayment that formed by the collapse and marine inundation of bedrockExpand
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Surface sediments and macrofaunas of the crati submarine fan (ionian sea, Italy)
Abstract Five dredge samples, 8 grab samples and 18 light-gravity cores from the fan-delta fed Crati submarine fan indicate that the surface cover of the fan is mud-dominated, comprising muddyExpand
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