On the nature of luminescence in coral skeletons
D. J. Barnes, Raymond Booth Taylor, Cooperative Research Centre for Ecologically Sustainable Development of the Great Barrier Reef (Australia)
CRC Reef Research Centre, 1998 - Science - 38 pages
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