Piers Larcombe
Piers Larcombe
Ex-Chief Sediment Scientist, RPS MetOcean
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Factors controlling suspended sediment on inner-shelf coral reefs, Townsville, Australia
P Larcombe, PV Ridd, A Prytz, B Wilson
Coral reefs 14 (3), 163-171, 1995
2951995
Temporal variation of light availability in coastal benthic habitats: Effects of clouds, turbidity, and tides
KRN Anthony, PV Ridd, AR Orpin, P Larcombe, J Lough
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (6), 2201-2211, 2004
1932004
The hydrodynamic and sedimentary setting of nearshore coral reefs, central Great Barrier Reef shelf, Australia: Paluma Shoals, a case study
P Larcombe, A Costen, KJ Woolfe
Sedimentology 48 (4), 811-835, 2001
1752001
New evidence for episodic post-glacial sea-level rise, central Great Barrier Reef, Australia
P Larcombe, RM Carter, J Dye, MK Gagan, DP Johnson
Marine Geology 127 (1-4), 1-44, 1995
1721995
Quantifying the response of optical backscatter devices and transmissometers to variations in suspended particulate matter
JAC Bunt, P Larcombe, CF Jago
Continental shelf research 19 (9), 1199-1220, 1999
1631999
Increased sediment supply to the Great Barrier Reef will not increase sediment accumulation at most coral reefs
P Larcombe, KJ Woolfe
Coral reefs 18 (2), 163-169, 1999
1631999
Marginal and non-reef-building coral environments
CT Perry, P Larcombe
Coral Reefs 22 (4), 427-432, 2003
1582003
Cyclone pumping, sediment partitioning and the development of the Great Barrier Reef shelf system: a review
P Larcombe, RM Carter
Quaternary Science Reviews 23 (1-2), 107-135, 2004
1342004
Terrigenous sedimentation and coral reef growth: a conceptual framework
KJ Woolfe, P Larcombe
Marine Geology 155 (3-4), 331-345, 1999
1071999
A new process-based model for wreck site formation
IAK Ward, P Larcombe, P Veth
Journal of Archaeological Science 26 (5), 561-570, 1999
991999
Contemporary foraminiferal distributions of a mangrove environment, Great Barrier Reef coastline, Australia: implications for sea-level reconstructions
BP Horton, P Larcombe, SA Woodroffe, JE Whittaker, MR Wright, C Wynn
Marine Geology 198 (3-4), 225-243, 2003
962003
Terrigenous sediments as influences upon Holocene nearshore coral reefs, central Great Barrier Reef, Australia
P Larcombe, KJ Woolfe
Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 46 (1), 141-154, 1999
951999
Terrigenous sediment accumulation as a regional control on the distribution of reef carbonates
KJ Woolfe, P Larcombe, GF Camoin, PJ Davies
Reefs and carbonate platforms in the Pacific and Indian Oceans 25, 295-310, 1998
921998
Late Holocene initiation and growth of a nearshore turbid-zone coral reef: Paluma Shoals, central Great Barrier Reef, Australia
S Smithers, P Larcombe
Coral Reefs 22 (4), 499-505, 2003
862003
Intertidal mangrove foraminifera from the central Great Barrier Reef shelf, Australia: implications for sea-level reconstruction
SA Woodroffe, BP Horton, P Larcombe, JE Whittaker
Journal of Foraminiferal Research 35 (3), 259-270, 2005
822005
Lowstand rivers need not incise the shelf: an example from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, with implications for sequence stratigraphic models
KJ Woolfe, P Larcombe, T Naish, RG Purdon
Geology 26 (1), 75-78, 1998
791998
New evidence for the Holocene sea-level high from the inner shelf, central Great Barrier Reef, Australia
R Beaman, P Larcombe, RM Carter
Journal of Sedimentary Research 64 (4a), 881-885, 1994
771994
Sequence architecture during the Holocene transgression: an example from the Great Barrier Reef shelf, Australia
P Larcombe, RM Carter
Sedimentary Geology 117 (1-2), 97-121, 1998
701998
1200 year paleoecological record of coral community development from the terrigenous inner shelf of the Great Barrier Reef
CT Perry, SG Smithers, SE Palmer, P Larcombe, KG Johnson
Geology 36 (9), 691-694, 2008
652008
The relative importance of landward-directed tidal sediment transport versus freshwater flood events in the Normanby River estuary, Cape York Peninsula, Australia
S Bryce, P Larcombe, PV Ridd
Marine Geology 149 (1-4), 55-78, 1998
621998
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