Contemporary foraminiferal distributions of a mangrove environment, Great Barrier Reef coastline, Australia: implications for sea-level reconstructions

@inproceedings{Horton2003ContemporaryFD,
  title={Contemporary foraminiferal distributions of a mangrove environment, Great Barrier Reef coastline, Australia: implications for sea-level reconstructions},
  author={Benjamin Peter Horton and Piers Larcombe and Sarah Alice Woodroffe and John Eustace Peter. Whittaker and Matthew Richard Wright and Casey Wynn},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract Contemporary foraminiferal samples and associated environmental information were collected from Cocoa Creek, a mesotidal fringing mangrove environment on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) coastline, Australia, to elucidate the relationship of the foraminiferal assemblages with elevation and environment. There is a strong and highly significant relationship between elevation and the foraminiferal assemblages, supporting the intertidal vertical zonation concept, which suggests that the… CONTINUE READING

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