Carbonate sedimentology of the Propeller Mound, Northeast Atlantic, supplement to: Dorschel, Boris; Hebbeln, Dierk; Rüggeberg, Andres; Dullo, Wolf Christian (2007): Carbonate budget of a cold-water coral carbonate mound: Propeller Mound, Porcupine Seabight. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 96(1), 73-83

Boris Dorschel, Dierk Hebbeln, Andres Rüggeberg & Wolf Christian Dullo
High resolution studies from the Propeller Mound, a cold-water coral carbonate mound in the NE Atlantic, show that this mound consists of >50% carbonate justifying the name "carbonate mound". Through the last ~300,000 years approximately one third of the carbonate has been contributed by cold-water corals, namely Lophelia pertusa and Madrepora oculata. This coral bound contribution to the carbonate budget of Propeller Mound is probably accompanied by an unknown portion of sediments buffered from suspension...
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