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This volume presents results from several high-resolution stratigraphic investigations of late Quaternary strata of the northern Gulf of Mexico, from the Apalachicola River to the Rio Grande. The studies characterize deposition and strata formation associated with different fluvial and deltaic systems during the most recent glacioeustatic cycle (approximately 120 ka to present).

The Gulf margin region encompasses a variety of depositional settings characterized by different drainage-basin size, physiography, fluvial morphology, and structural and diapiric activity. The papers presented in this volume focus on fluvial response to climate and base-level change, variations in delta growth and evolution across the shelf,...

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