Abstract

The Suwannee strait is an elongate negative structure in southern Georgia and northeastern Florida. Upper Cretaceous rocks are abnormally thin within the strait. This thinness, generally attributed to post-Cretaceous erosion, can be explained as the result of differential sedimentation during Late Cretaceous time, when the strait separated the coastal plain from the carbonate reefs and banks of the Florida Peninsula.

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