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Core data was used to investigate and describe the detailed stratigraphy of Sapelo Island, Georgia.
(35) Linsley, D.M. 1993. Depositional environments of St. Catherines Island: Their relationship to late Quaternary sea-level change and application to late Paleozoic cyclic stratigraphy (Georgia). PhD Dissertation (Abstract), University of Pittsburgh.
Sediments obtained from vibracores around St. Catherines Island, Georgia were used to classify two distinct depositional systems: salt marsh tidal creeks and beach ridge complexes.
(36) MacNeil, F. S. 1949. Pleistocene Shore Lines in Florida and Georgia. U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 221-F.
Pleistocene shorelines were examined in coastal Georgia and Florida for possible relationship with land pebble phosphate deposits of southern Florida. No relationship was found to support this claim.
(37) Markewich, H.W., C.M. Hacke and P.F. Huddlestun. 1992. Emergent Pliocene and Pleistocene sediments of Southeastern Georgia: An anomalous, fossil-poor, clastic section. In: Quaternary Coasts of the United States: Marine and Lacustrine Systems, SEPM Special Publication No. 48. p. 173-189.
This paper discusses paleontological analysis of sediments from Cape Fear, North Carolina to Cape Canaveral, Florida. Pliocene sediments from Georgia were found to produce very few fossils.
(38) Martinez, J.O. 1980. Neogene Stratigraphy and Sedimentary Environments of Cumberland Island, Georgia. Masters Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens.
A detailed investigation of the Geology of Cumberland Island, Georgia with information on the fauna, lithology, and sedimentary structures of individual sedimentary formations.
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