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Carbonate mounds: from paradox to World Heritage

(2014) MARINE GEOLOGY. 352. p.89-110
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heterozoan carbonates, North Atlantic Mound Basin, Paleo-Tethys, World Heritage, WATER CORAL MOUNDS, NEOPROTEROZOIC SNOWBALL EARTH, LOPHELIA-PERTUSA SCLERACTINIA, PROTEROZOIC NAMA GROUP, ROCKALL TROUGH MARGIN, PEN DUICK ESCARPMENT, EASTERN ANTI-ATLAS, DEEP-WATER, MUD-MOUNDS, PORCUPINE SEABIGHT, carbonate mounds

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Henriet, Jean, N Hamoumi, AC Da Silva, A Foubert, BW Lauridsen, Andres Rüggeberg, and David Van Rooij. 2014. “Carbonate Mounds: From Paradox to World Heritage.” Marine Geology 352: 89–110.
APA
Henriet, J., Hamoumi, N., Da Silva, A., Foubert, A., Lauridsen, B., Rüggeberg, A., & Van Rooij, D. (2014). Carbonate mounds: from paradox to World Heritage. MARINE GEOLOGY, 352, 89–110.
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Henriet J, Hamoumi N, Da Silva A, Foubert A, Lauridsen B, Rüggeberg A, et al. Carbonate mounds: from paradox to World Heritage. MARINE GEOLOGY. 2014;352:89–110.
MLA
Henriet, Jean, N Hamoumi, AC Da Silva, et al. “Carbonate Mounds: From Paradox to World Heritage.” MARINE GEOLOGY 352 (2014): 89–110. Print.
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  author       = {Henriet, Jean and Hamoumi, N and Da Silva, AC and Foubert, A and Lauridsen, BW and R{\"u}ggeberg, Andres and Van Rooij, David},
  issn         = {0025-3227},
  journal      = {MARINE GEOLOGY},
  keyword      = {heterozoan carbonates,North Atlantic Mound Basin,Paleo-Tethys,World Heritage,WATER CORAL MOUNDS,NEOPROTEROZOIC SNOWBALL EARTH,LOPHELIA-PERTUSA SCLERACTINIA,PROTEROZOIC NAMA GROUP,ROCKALL TROUGH MARGIN,PEN DUICK ESCARPMENT,EASTERN ANTI-ATLAS,DEEP-WATER,MUD-MOUNDS,PORCUPINE SEABIGHT,carbonate mounds},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {89--110},
  title        = {Carbonate mounds: from paradox to World Heritage},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.margeo.2014.01.008},
  volume       = {352},
  year         = {2014},
}

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