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Tsunamis and the International Response:
Economic, Social and Environmental Dimensions

(Released April 2005)

 
  by Ben Fertig, Tanya Foster and Irene Nicholas  

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  1. Powerful Tsunami's Impact on Coral Reefs Was Hit and Miss
    SCIENCE -NEW YORK THEN WASHINGTON-; NUMB 5710; pp. 657-658; 4 Feb 2005

  2. Landward fining in onshore gravel as evidence for a late Pleistocene tsunami on Molokai, Hawaii
    Geology [Geology]. Vol. 28, no. 3, p. 247. Mar 2000.

  3. Scleractinian assemblages under sediment input: their characteristics and relation to the nutrient input concept
    PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY; VOL 216; NUMBER 1-2; pp. 139-181; 2005

  4. Effects of Hurricane Gilbert on coral reefs, fishes and sponges at Cozumel, Mexico.
    Bulletin of Marine Science [BULL. MAR. SCI.], vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 719-730, 1991

  5. Coral reef management in Belize: an approach through integrated coastal zone management
    Ocean and Coastal Management; 39:229-44 no 3 1998

  6. Sediments and marine mineral resources in the eastern Indian Ocean.
    MAR. MIN., vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 103-116, 1991

  7. Coral reefs, carbonate sediments, nutrients, and global change
    Topics in Geobiology, vol.17, pp.387-427, 2001

  8. Muddy coastal waters and depleted mangrove coastlines; depleted seagrass and coral reefs

  9. Scaling of sedimentation rates and drowning of reefs and carbonate platforms
    Geology (Boulder), vol.27, no.2, pp.183-186, Feb 1999

  10. Terrigenous sediments as influences upon Holocene nearshore coral reefs, central Great Barrier Reef, Australia
    Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, vol.46, no.1, pp.141-154, Feb 1999

  11. The role of high-energy events (hurricanes and/or tsunamis) in the sedimentation, diagenesis and karst initiation of tropical shallow water carbonate platforms and atolls
    Sedimentary Geology, vol.118, no.1-4, pp.3-36, Jun 1998