A Field-Based Technique for Measuring Sediment Flux on Coral Reefs: Application to Turbid Reefs on the Great Barrier Reef

@inproceedings{Browne2012AFT,
  title={A Field-Based Technique for Measuring Sediment Flux on Coral Reefs: Application to Turbid Reefs on the Great Barrier Reef},
  author={Nicola K. Browne and Scott G. Smithers and Christopher T. Perry and Peter V. Ridd},
  year={2012}
}
Browne, N.K.; Smithers, S.G.; Perry, C.T., and Ridd, P.V., 2012. A field-based technique for measuring sediment flux on coral reefs: application to turbid reefs on the Great Barrier Reef. Journal of Coastal Research, 28(5), 1247–1262. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208. Inshore turbid reefs on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) are exposed to high and fluctuating sediment loads normally associated with poor reef growth, but many have high coral cover (.30%) and diversity (.50 species). Previous… CONTINUE READING