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Title: ODP Leg 133 Northeast Australian Margin: A chronicle of carbonate platform development
Authors: Davies, Peter J.
McKenzie, Judith A.
Palmer-Julson, Amanda
Berzler, Christian G.
Brachert, Thomas C.
Chen, Min-Pen
Crumiére, Jean-Pierre
Droxler, André
Gartner, Stefan
Glenn, Craig R.
Isern, Alexandra
Jarrrard, Richard D.
Jackson, Peter D.
Katz, Miriam
Konishi, Kenji
Kroon, Dick
Ladd, John
McNeill, Donald F.
Martín, José M.
Montaggioni, Lucien F.
Müller, Daniel
Omarzai, Sheraz Khan
Pigram, Christopher J.
Swart, Peter K.
Symonds, Philip A.
Watts, Keith F.
Wei, Wuchang
Issue Date: Apr-1991
Abstract: Since the 1950s, modern shallow-water environments in subtropical to tropical regions that are actively producing carbonate sediments, the building material for carbonate platforms, have been choice research areas for carbonate sedimentologists. These carbonate factories serve as modern analogs for ancient carbonate environments, but knowledge of the processes controlling evolution of carbonate platforms, from their initiation through growth and demise, remains rudimentary. Understanding these processes is crucial for our interpretation of the rock record in ancient carbonate platforms.
Keywords: Australian
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/22941
ISSN: 0016-8556
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Davies, P.J.; McKenzie, J.A.; Palmer-Julson, et al. ODP Leg 133 Northeast Australian Margin: A chronicle of carbonate platform development. Geotimes: 22-26 (1991). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/22941]
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