Abstract

The Parsonsburg Sand, which is part fluviatile and part eolian, mantles terraces and uplands in the central Delmarva Peninsula. Its organic horizons are fresh-water peats, which range in age from about 30,000 to 13,000 yr. Pollen assemblages in the sediments suggest colder and perhaps drier conditions than at present.

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