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Abstract

The occurrence and variability of the coralline algal (rhodalgal) facies both in active factories and in palimpsest and/or winnowed deposits in the Bay of Naples and the Bay of Pozzuoli is reported. The present-day coralline algal deposits resulted from the complex volcano-tectonic events and biological changes which occurred in the Phlegrean Fields, in particular after the sea-level lowstand at the last glacial maximum regression and the succeeding Holocene transgression.

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