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A literature review and evaluation of theories regarding the origin of Pleistocene features along the Atlantic Coastal Plain.
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Biogenic sedimentary structure is described as it occurs in the various regions of Holocene barrier islands and the associated salt marsh area. Preservation of biogenic sedimentary structure may be maintained in the rock record of earlier environments.
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Provides a comprehensive discussion of how sedimentary features and depositional environments are distributed along the Georgia coast.
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The mean high water shoreline of Georgia was examined using a collection of historical topographic, hydrographic and orthophotographic maps and aerial photos. The study