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Shallow-water carbonate systems encompass a spectrum of environments, from reefs to shoals to tidal flats. Although the sedimentologic characteristics of these systems have been studied for many years, new remote-sensing data provide unique, unparalleled perspectives on spatial heterogeneity in Holocene carbonate systems. The purpose of this paper is to describe the structure, content, and utility of a database of remote-sensing images that are included on a companion CD.

The twenty-five focus areas include a range of depositional systems from across the globe. The image database for most areas includes three scales of remote-sensing data: one that captures the regional...

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