A Geomorphological Reconnaissance of Tromelin Island, Indian Ocean

@inproceedings{Marriner2012AGR,
  title={A Geomorphological Reconnaissance of Tromelin Island, Indian Ocean},
  author={Nick Marriner and Paolo Antonio Pirazzoli and Michel Fontugne and Max Gu{\'e}rout and Mireille M. M. Guillaume and J-L. Reyss},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract Marriner, N.; Pirazzoli, P.A.; Fontugne, M.; Geérout, M.; Guillaume, M.M.M., and Reyss, J.L., 2012. A geomorphological reconnaissance of Tromelin Island, Indian Ocean. Tromelin is a small coral reef island (∼1 km2) located in the Indian Ocean, approximately 440 km E of Madagascar and 580 km N of La Réunion. Despite the presence of a permanent Météo France weather station on Tromelin since the 1950s, a detailed geomorphological study of the island has never been undertaken. In this… 
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