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An integrated palynological and sedimentological study of Wilcox/Carrizo outcrops in and near Tahitian Village, Bastrop County, Texas, has led to a reevaluation of their chronostratigraphic significance and depositional environments. Strata at the well-known Pine Forest Golf Course and nearby Red Bluff outcrops, together with lesser-known outcrops in the vicinity, are important for source-to-sink linkages with coeval downdip Wilcox Group strata in the deep-water Gulf of Mexico (GOM).

This updip succession is fragmentary, with erosional breaks between lithologic units. It represents nearshore shallow-marine to coastal environments throughout, with widespread evidence of tidal influence. Shallow-marine trace fossils are present, and although...

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