Origin and growth of carbonate banks in south Florida

Harold Wanless, D. J. Cottrell, M. G. Tagett, L. P. Tedesco, E. R. Warzeski

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Abstract

Carbonate banks in, and on the margins of, Florida Bay and Biscayne Bay, south-east Florida, are intimately associated with either pre-existing limestone topography or transgressed ridges of coastal peat and coastal storm-levee buildings. Carbonate banks in south-east Florida contain four depositional facies and two early diagenetic facies, each of which shows great textural and compositional variation depending on setting. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)439-473
Number of pages35
JournalUnknown Journal
StatePublished - Jan 1 1995

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Wanless, H., Cottrell, D. J., Tagett, M. G., Tedesco, L. P., & Warzeski, E. R. (1995). Origin and growth of carbonate banks in south Florida. Unknown Journal, 439-473.

Origin and growth of carbonate banks in south Florida. / Wanless, Harold; Cottrell, D. J.; Tagett, M. G.; Tedesco, L. P.; Warzeski, E. R.

In: Unknown Journal, 01.01.1995, p. 439-473.

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Wanless, H, Cottrell, DJ, Tagett, MG, Tedesco, LP & Warzeski, ER 1995, 'Origin and growth of carbonate banks in south Florida', Unknown Journal, pp. 439-473.
Wanless H, Cottrell DJ, Tagett MG, Tedesco LP, Warzeski ER. Origin and growth of carbonate banks in south Florida. Unknown Journal. 1995 Jan 1;439-473.
Wanless, Harold ; Cottrell, D. J. ; Tagett, M. G. ; Tedesco, L. P. ; Warzeski, E. R. / Origin and growth of carbonate banks in south Florida. In: Unknown Journal. 1995 ; pp. 439-473.
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