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Onlap terminations of deep-marine sandstones in the Grès d'Annot, SE France, exhibit a range of styles, from abrupt onlap to feathering ‘aggradational onlap’ geometries. These are well exhibited in the large exposure of southward onlap terminations at Montagne de Chalufy, on the southern end of the Trois Evêchés Massif (Alpes de Haute Provence). These stratal architectures are here simulated by geometrical models that are governed simply by bounding slope gradients and the ratio of coeval slope to basinal aggradation rates. In cases of no coeval deposition on bounding slopes, pure onlap results. In cases of high slope aggradation rates...

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