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Author Topic:   Formations really do match detailed lab expts of sorting under rapid currents
mark24
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Message 30 of 130 (25806)
12-07-2002 4:08 AM
Reply to: Message 29 by Tranquility Base
12-07-2002 12:43 AM


TB,
quote:
Originally posted by Tranquility Base:

So no comment on the fact that the facies sorted hydrodynamically from each other are about 300 feet thick each?

Why, then, can I see multiple coarse flat bedded conglomerates within a foot of each other?
"Close up of the Tapeats at the same Verde River outcrop, showing crossbedding from underwater marine dunes that are interbedded with coarse flat bedded conglomerates from shore line wave deposits."
Mark
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