This chapter provides an overview of how to use coral microatolls to reconstruct a history of relative sea level for a site. We discuss the utility and limitations of microatolls; considerations for site and sample selection; field techniques; documentation strategies; slab processing, analysis, and interpretation; dating; and vertical accuracy, sources of error, and indicative meaning. We also include a note on permit considerations.
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