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Title: The high-latitude coral reefs of Bermuda: characteristics and comparisons
Authors: Logan, Alan
Keywords: Marine fauna
High-latitude reefs
Coral reefs
Inshore reefs
Lagoonal reefs
Plataform margin
Porites astreoides
Diploria strigosa
Scolymia cubensis
Bermuda Island
North-West Atlantic Ocean
Issue Date: 1998
Abstract: Bermuda lies at a latitude of 32o N in the sub-tropical north-west Atlantic and supports thriving coral reefs which are truly constructional. Plataform margin and lagoonal reefs are dominated by a Diploria-Montastrea-Porites coral assemblage seen througho
ISSN: 0870-3876
Appears in Collections:Boletim do Museu Municipal do Funchal

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