Abstract

On the basis of recorded microrelief data, the continental margin between Cape Lookout, North Carolina, and the Bahama Islands may be divided into the following domains: (1) smooth—lacking any microrelief; (2) undulating—containing sand swells; (3) rough—characterized by numerous low, conical hills; and (4) blocky—broken by rectangular depressions.

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