SEPM Special Publication Series No. 70, Robert N. Ginsburg (Editor), 2001, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), Tulsa, OK, 271 p. ($65 non-members, $40 members) ISBN: 1-56576-077-8.

The present volume summarizes the scientific results of the Bahamas Drilling Project, the fruit of an idea born in Robert Ginsburg's Comparative Sedimentology Laboratory at the University of Miami. Two continuous core holes named Unda and Clino were drilled on the western margin of the famous Bahamas carbonate platform to depths of 454 m and 677 m, respectively, and subsequently analyzed by a large team of geoscientists from different institutions that were brought together...

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