Marginal and non-reef-building coral environments

  title={Marginal and non-reef-building coral environments},
  author={Christopher T. Perry and Piers Larcombe},
  journal={Coral Reefs},
This special issue of Coral Reefs stems from a thematic session held at the European Meeting of the International Society for Reef Studies held in Cambridge in September 2002. A wide range of papers were presented, covering aspects of oceanography, sediment transport and accumulation, sedimentary settings, species assemblages, coral physiology, and geological evolution. These presentations emphasized the diversity and potential significance of the coral communities that occur in a wide range of… CONTINUE READING
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