Living and Mineral Reefs: Are they Comparable and What Ecological Information Is Preserved?

  • Lescinsky H
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Abstract

Reefs are complex ecosystems on many scales and a host of simplifications, assumptions, and limitations are inherent in surveying and characterizing them. This chapter examines the techniques used to collect data on living and mineral reefs and asks what potential...

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Lescinsky, H. (2016). Living and Mineral Reefs: Are they Comparable and What Ecological Information Is Preserved? (pp. 225–259). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-7567-0_10

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