Selective sediment transport during Hurricane Sandy on Fire Island (New York, USA): Inferences from heavy-mineral assemblages
Characteristics and context of high-energy, tidally modulated, barred shoreface deposits: Kimmeridgian–Tithonian sandstones, Weald Basin, southern U.K. and northern France
COVER EXPLANATION.—Symmetrical ripples draped by thin, discontinuous mudstones overprint trough-shaped erosion surfaces developed at multiple levels in cross-bedded sandstone (Grès de Châtillon, Pointe du Nid de Corbet, northern France). These features are interpreted to record repeated fluctuations in flow velocity and water depth in the upper part of a tidally modulated, wave-dominated shoreface succession. See Angus et al., this issue.
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