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The Moodys Branch Formation and North Twistwood Creek Clay Member of the Yazoo Clay represent relative sea-level Cycle TE 3.2 in the eastern Gulf Coastal Plain. Examination of Cycle TE 3.2 in two cores in Mississippi separated by 185 km in an east–west direction (the Mississippi Office of Geology #1 Mossy Grove core in Hinds County and the Mobil–Mississippi #1 Young in Wayne County) was undertaken to identify benthic foraminiferal assemblages. The goal was to gain insight into paleoecologic conditions, especially relative paleobathymetry, in two distinct locations within the sedimentary record of the same relative sea-level cycle. In both...

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