A review of the origin and evolution of carbonate mud-mounds.
The rise and nature of carbonate mud-mounds: an introductory actualistic approach.
The origin, biota and evolution of deep-water mud-mounds.
Shallow water stromatactis mud-mounds on a middle Ordovician foreland basin platform, western Newfoundland.
Silurian microbial build-ups of the Canadian Arctic.
The environmental setting of Early Carboniferous mud-mounds.
Carbonate mud-mounds in the Fort Payne Formation (lower Carboniferous), Cumberland Saddle region, Kentucky and Tennessee, USA.
Late Dinantian (Brigantian) carbonate mud-mounds of the Derbyshire carbonate platform.
Mud-mounds with reefal caps in the upper Muschelkalk (Triassic), eastern Spain.
Initiation and development of small-scale sponge mud-mounds, Late Jurassic, Southern Franconian Alb, Germany.
Albian carbonate mounds: comparative study in the context of sea-level variations (Soba, northern Spain).
Nature and origin of late Cretaceous mud-mounds, North Africa.
Sedimentation, diagenesis and syntectonic erosion of Upper Cretaceous rudist mounds in central Tunisia.
An Eocene biodetrital mud-mound from the southern Pyrenean foreland basin, Spain: an ancient analogue for Florida Bay mounds?.
Origin and growth of carbonate banks in south Florida.
Anatomy of a Recent biodetrital mud-mound, Florida Bay, USA.
Growth and burrow-transformation of carbonate banks: comparison of modern skeletal banks of south Florida and Pennsylvanian phylloid banks of south-eastern Kansas, USA.
- The first volume to deal with the structure, formation and evolution of mud-mounds.
- Copiously illustrated, with nine colour plates.