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The Sabine-Neches fluvial-estuary system is composed of deposits that represent fluvial, deltaic, central-basin, tidal inlet/delta, and chenier depositional systems. The Holocene deposits and associated environmental changes preserved in the drowned Sabine-Neches alluvial valley provide a valuable analog for present and future environmental changes. These deposits are bounded by flooding surfaces that record episodes of dramatic environmental reorganization during the Holocene. The most dramatic environmental changes are manifested as stratigraphic back stepping in which central-basin sediments overlie deltaic sediments. The magnitude of flooding varies from a few tens of kilometers to less pronounced back stepping followed by rapid progradation.

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