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Modern Nereites in the South China Sea; ecological association with redox conditions in the sediment

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Modern Nereites in the South China Sea; ecological association with redox conditions in the sediment

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Modern Nereites in the South China Sea; ecological association with redox conditions in the sediment

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Modern Nereites in the South China Sea; ecological association with redox conditions in the sediment

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Modern Nereites in the South China Sea; ecological association with redox conditions in the sediment

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Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists

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Palaios, 2002, Vol.17 (5), p.507-515

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Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists

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Nereites ichnofabrics (comprising N. missouriensis) occupy the upper 3-7 cm in brown, oxidized, soft to soupy, uniformly fine-grained sediments that accumulated at a low rate (<5-6 cm/kyr) at water depths >4000 m water in the central South China Sea. Nereites are nearly vertical close to the sediment surface, become increasingly more inclined with...

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Modern Nereites in the South China Sea; ecological association with redox conditions in the sediment

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0883-1351

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1938-5323

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10.1669/0883-1351(2002)017<0507:MNITSC>2.0.CO;2

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