Coral Reefs: Research Methods by D. R. Stoddart and R. E. Johannes

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Mem. Recrch Erosion Board, vol. 32. p. I -17, A I -A 1 1. SPENDER,M. A. 1930. Island-reefs of the Queensland coast. Geogr. , vol. 76, p. 194214, p. 273-97. STODDART, D. R. 1962. Surveying. Atoll Res. , vol. 87, p. 129. WENTWORTH, C. K. 1953. Use of hand level and Brunton compass for determining and mapping minor topography. Atoll. Res. Bull. vol. 17, p. 22. -. 3 Aerial photography sensing techniques and other remote D. Hopley’ The environmental complexity and intricate patterns of coral reefs combined with the paucity of relevant information on hydrographic charts and logistic difficulties of systematic ground survey, have meant that where possible a high proportion of coral reef studies involving area1 definitions have utilized aerial photography.

31-65. TAYAMA, R. 1952. Coral reefs in the South Seas. Bull. hydrograph. Qfl (Japan), vol. 11, p. l-292. VERRILL, A. E. 1900. Notes on the geology of the Bermudas. Am. J. , vol. 159, p. 313-140. WELLS, J. W. 1957. Coral reefs. Mem. geol. Sot. , vol. 67, no. 1, p. 609-31. WIENS, H. J. 1962. Atoll environment and ecology. ). ZANKL, H. ; SCHROEDER,J. H. 1972. Interaction of genetic processes in Holocene reefs off North Eleuthera Island, Bahamas. Geoi. , vol. 61, p. 52@41. 15 2 Mapping reefs and islands D.

Tech. Mem. Recrch Erosion Board, vol. 32. p. I -17, A I -A 1 1. SPENDER,M. A. 1930. Island-reefs of the Queensland coast. Geogr. , vol. 76, p. 194214, p. 273-97. STODDART, D. R. 1962. Surveying. Atoll Res. , vol. 87, p. 129. WENTWORTH, C. K. 1953. Use of hand level and Brunton compass for determining and mapping minor topography. Atoll. Res. Bull. vol. 17, p. 22. -. 3 Aerial photography sensing techniques and other remote D. Hopley’ The environmental complexity and intricate patterns of coral reefs combined with the paucity of relevant information on hydrographic charts and logistic difficulties of systematic ground survey, have meant that where possible a high proportion of coral reef studies involving area1 definitions have utilized aerial photography.

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