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Late Quaternary sea-level highstands in the Tasman Sea: evidence from Lord Howe Island

Woodroffe C, Heijnis H, Price D, Murray-Wallace C, Bryant E, Brooke B ...see all

Marine Geology, vol. 125, issue 1-2 (1995) pp. 61-72

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This mid-ocean island, which is the site of the southernmost coral reef, is composed of basalts of late Tertiary age, and calcarenites derived from bioclastic reefal carbonates. Both

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  • Coasts, reefs and atolls -- 76.4.3
  • Geographic: Tasman Sea -- 1-2 (61-72)
  • Sea level -- 71.3.8
  • The Holocene -- 72.7.7
  • coral reef

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  • PMID: 1134484


  • C D Woodroffe

  • H Heijnis

  • D M Price

  • C V Murray-Wallace

  • E A Bryant

  • B Brooke

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