A Transgressive Sequence of Late Holocene Epoch Tidal Environmental Lithosomes Along the Delaware Coast

  • John C. Kraft
  • Elizabeth A. Allen
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Studies of Holocene coastal sedimentary environments provide a direct key to the interpretation of sediments deposited in coastal and nearshore marine environments of the Atlantic continental shelf during the past 100,000,000 years (Fig. 5-1). Sequences of sediments and patterns and distributions of sedimentary structures can be used to form models for the interpretation of transgressive sequences along the entire Atlantic Coast.


Marsh Surface Marine Transgression Plant Fragment Muddy Sand Holocene Transgression 
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  • John C. Kraft
  • Elizabeth A. Allen

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