Abstract

Comparison of a vertical sequence of sedimentary and biogenic structures, grain size distributions, and lithologies suggests a similarity between the Altamaha River Estuary, Georgia, and an outcrop of the Navajo Sandstone near Woodside, Utah. Direct comparison between a Holocene environment and the characteristics of the ancient sandstone unit provided the basis for the suggested environmental interpretation.

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