volume 22, issue 1, P9-25 2020
DOI: 10.3755/galaxea.22.1_9
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Abstract: Reefal microbial crusts (RMCs) are fine-grained, non-skeletal carbonate crusts coating coralgal reef frameworks, and are locally common in late Quaternary reef deposits. They are interpreted as microbial carbonates produced by the growth and metabolism of benthic bacterial communities. Key questions remain concerning their uneven spatio-temporal distributions, formation

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