DOI:​10.1016/J.MARGEO.2016.04.012
Corpus ID: 130276255
Controls on the stratigraphic framework and paleoenvironmental change within a Holocene estuarine system: Pamlico Sound, North Carolina, USA
Nicholas Zaremba, D. Mallinson, +5 authors S. Mitra
Published 1 September 2016
Geology

Marine Geology
Abstract This study examines the Holocene stratigraphic record and paleoenvironmental evolution of a large estuarine system, at high temporal and spatial resolution, in the context of changing… Expand
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