We appreciate the discussion of our recent paper (Potma et al., 2001) by J. Wendte and A. Embry. However, we strongly disagree with their assessment of our work. Our reply will begin with some general comments, address their arguments point by point, and conclude with a summary.

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Wendte and Embry (2002, this issue) recognize four of the ten sequence boundaries we consider significant and regionally correlatable. We interpret two of these, the base of the Gilwood Member and the “base Graminia silt”, as second-order sequence boundaries, occurring at the base and top, respectively, of our proposed second-order...

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