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Austin, J.A., Jr., Schlager, W., Palmer, A.A., et al., 1986. Proc. ODP, Init. Repts., 101: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program).

Austin, J.A., Jr., Schlager, W., et al., 1988. Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 101: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program).

Ball, M., Martin, R., Bock, W., Sylwester, R., Bowles, R., Taylor, D., Coward E., Dodd, J., and Gilbert, L., 1985. Seismic structure and stratigraphy of northern edge Bahamian-Cuban collision zone. AAPG Bull., 69: 1275-1294.

Berggren, W.A., Kent, D.V., Flynn, J.J., and Van Couvering, J.A., 1985, Cenozoic geochronology. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., v. 96, 1407-1418.

Buffler, R.T., et al., 1994. Evolution of Late Cretaceous-Cenozoic seaway: multiple ODP drilling objectives, Southeastern Gulf of Mexico/Southern Straits of Florida. ODP letter of intent.

Droxler, A.W., and Schlager, W., 1985. Glacial versus interglacial sedimentation rates and turbidite frequency in the Bahamas. Geology, 13:799-802.

Eberli, G.P., and Ginsburg, R.N., 1987. Segmentation and coalescence of platforms, Tertiary, NW Great Bahama Bank. Geology, 15: 75-79.

Eberli, G.P., and Ginsburg, R.N., 1989. Cenozoic progradation of NW Great Bahama Bank - A record of lateral platform growth and sea level fluctuations. In Crevello, P.D., et al. (Eds.), Controls on carbonate platform and basin evolution. Spec. Publ. - SEPM, 44:339-355.

Elderfield, H., German, C., Palmer, M., Murton, B., Chin, C., Greaves, M., Gurvich, E., James, R., Klinkhammer, G., Ludford, E., Mills, R., Rudnicki, M., Thomson, J., and Williams, A., 1993. Preliminary geochemical results from the Broken Spur hydrothermal field, 29°N, Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Eos, 74:99 (Abstract).

Halley, R.B., and Matthews, R.K., 1987. Carbonate depositional environments modern and ancient - Part 6, Diagenesis 2. Colorado School of Mines Quarterly, 82:17-40.

Kendall, C.G.St.C., and Schlager, W., 1981. Carbonates and relative changes in sea level. Mar. Geol., 44:181-212.

Ladd, J.W., and Sheridan, R.E., 1987. Seismic stratigraphy of the Bahamas. AAPG Bull., 71:719-736.

McNeill, D.F., 1989. Magnetostratigraphic dating and magnetization of Cenozoic platform carbonates from the Bahamas [Ph.D. dissert.]. University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL.

McNeil, D.F., Eberli, G.P., Lidz, B., Swart, P.K., and Kenter, J.A.M., in press. Chronostratigraphy of prograding carbonate platform margins: a record of sea level changes and dynamic slope sedimentation. Spec. Publ.-SEPM.

McNeill, D.F., and Ginsburg, R.N., 1992. The record of Pliocene/Pleistocene sea level highstands in carbonate platforms: Magnetostratigraphic dating of Bahamian core boring. GSA South-Central Meeting, Rice University.

McNeill, D.F., Ginsburg, R.N., Chang, S-B.R., and Kirschwink, J.L., 1988. Magnetostratigraphic dating of shallow-water carbonates from San Salvador, Bahamas. Geology, 16:8-12.

Melillo, A.J., 1988. Neogene planktonic foraminifer biostratigraphy, ODP Leg 101, Bahamas. In Austin, J.A., Jr., Schlager, W., et al., Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 101: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 3-46.

Melim, L.A., Swart, P.K., and Maliva, R.G., in press. Diagenesis of carbonates from the Bahamas Drilling Project, western margin Great Bahama Bank: meteoric versus marine burial diagenesis. Spec. Publ.-SEPM.

Mullins, H.T., 1983. Comment on eustatic control of turbidites and winnowed turbidites. Geology, 11:57-58.
Mullins, H.T., and Lynts, G.W., 1977. Origin of the northwestern Bahama platform: review and reinterpretation. Am. Ass. Oetr. Geol., 88:1447-1461.

Paull, C.K., Fullager, P.D., Bralower, T.J., and Röhl, U., 1995, Seawater ventilation of mid-Pacific guyots (Sites 865 to 868). In Winterer, E.L., Sager, W.W., Firth, J. V., and Sinton, J.M., (Eds.), Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 143: College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), 231-244.

Posamentier, H.W., and Vail, P.R., 1988. Eustatic controls on clastic deposition; II, Sequence and systems tract models. In Wilgus, C.K., et al. (Eds.), Sea level changes: An integrated approach. Spec. Publ. - SEPM, 42:125-154.

Sarg, J.F., 1988. Carbonate sequence stratigraphy. In Wilgus, C.K., et al. (Eds.), Sea level changes: An integrated approach. Spec. Publ. - SEPM, 42:155-188.

Schlager, W., 1981. The paradox of drowned reefs and carbonate platforms. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 92:197-211.

Schlager, W., 1991. Depositional bias and environmental change - important factors in sequence stratigraphy. Sediment. Geol., 70:109-130.

Schlager, W., and Ginsburg, R.N., 1981. Bahama carbonate platforms - the deep and the past. Mar. Geol., 44:1-24. Sheridan, R.E., 1972. Crustal Structure of the Bahama Platform from Rayleigh Wave Dispersion. J. Geophys. Res. v. 77: 2139-2145.

Sheridan, R.E., Crosby, J.T., Bryan, G.M., and Stoffa, P.L., 1981. Stratigraphy and structure of southern Blake Plateau, northern Florida Straits, and northern Bahama platform from multichannel seismic reflection data. AAPG Bull., 65:2571-2593.

Walles, F.E., 1993, Tectonic and diagenetically induced seal fracture within the south-western Great Bahamas Bank: Marine Petrol. Geol., 10:14-28.

Williams, D.F., Trainor, D.M., Guilderson, T., Gamble, R., and Corbin, J., 1988. Calcium carbonate sedimentation on the northwestern Gulf of Mexico margin; a new tool for chemical stratigraphy and depositional modelling. In Weide, A., et al. (Eds.), Field Trip Guide Book - Gulf Coast Assoc. Geol. Societies, 38:395-397.

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