Knowledge of small sand injection is far from new (Murchison 1827; Hurst et al. 2011) but that intrusive and extrusive bodies of sand can be more than 100 m thick and extend for kilometres is considered unlikely by Rundberg & Eidvin (2015), who discuss our paper (Løseth et al. 2013). Their discussion disagrees with our interpretation of the origin of these sand bodies and instead favours their previously proposed models (Eidvin & Rundberg 2001; Rundberg & Eidvin 2005). They claim that (1) the early Pleistocene sandstones are turbiditic sands...

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