W. Kiessling, E. Flügel, and J. Golonka, Eds., 2002, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), Tulsa, 790 p. (Hardcover, SEPM Members: US $110.00, Non-members: US $150.00) ISBN: 1-56576-081-6.

Reefs have long excited the curiosity of ecologists, paleontologists, and carbonate sedimentologists, but continue to present us with more than their fair share of headaches. Our understanding of the ecological and environmental dynamics of modern coral reefs has gained apace in recent years, driven both by the insight made possible with new molecular phylogenetic techniques, and by grave concern over the future of living reefs due to environmental degradation and global climate change....

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