Collapse of Holocene mangrove ecosystems along the coastline of Oman

@article{Decker2021CollapseOH,
  title={Collapse of Holocene mangrove ecosystems along the coastline of Oman},
  author={Valeska Decker and M. Falkenroth and Susanne Lindauer and Jessica Landgraf and Zahra Al-Lawati and Huda Al-Rahbi and Sven-Oliver Franz and G{\"o}sta Hoffmann},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={2021},
  volume={100},
  pages={52 - 76}
}
Abstract Sedimentological, geochemical, and paleontological investigations of the coastline of northeastern Oman have provided the authors with an in-depth insight into Holocene sea levels and climate conditions. The spatial distribution and species assemblage of mangrove ecosystems are analyzed. These ecosystems are sensitive to changes in sea level and precipitation and thus reflect ecological conditions. The close proximity to archaeological sites allows us to draw conclusions regarding… 
Collapse of Holocene mangrove ecosystems along the coastline of Oman – Corrigendum

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