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Sedimentology and Acoustic Mapping of Modern Rhodolith Facies On a Non-Tropical Carbonate Shelf (Gulf of California, Mexico)
(Journal of Sedimentary Research, 2006)
Rhodolith facies are characterized by an abundance of free-living coralline red algae, and are a common feature of modern and ancient carbonate shelves worldwide. Rhodolith communities contribute significantly to the global ...
Modern non-tropical mixed carbonate-siliciclastic sediments and environments of the southwestern Gulf of California, Mexico
(Sedimentary Geology, 2004)
Modern mixed carbonate-siliciclastic warm-temperate environments were studied in the southern Gulf of California (GOC), Mexico. The combined heterozoan and photozoan character is defined by the absence of true coral reef ...