Holocene sediments of Lake Barrine, north-east Australia, and their implications for the history of lake and catchment environments
Lake Barrine (17° 15′ S, 145° 38′ E, 721 m a.s.l.) lies in a maar crater surrounded by tropical rainforest. Its surface area is 1 km2 and its maximum depth 67 m. It has no inflow streams and an outlet only active in the wet summer months. The sed
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