The frequency of lamination in the sediments of Lake Barrine, tropical north-east Australia, during the last five millennia
At Lake Barrine (17°15'S, 145°38'E, 721. m a.s.l.) under water > 55. m deep, the uppermost sediment is composed of alternating detritus-poor and detritus-rich laminae. The former are interpreted as the continuous sedimentation (mostly plankton) from the
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