Abstract

The Coastal Plain of Maryland and contiguous states has been almost neglected by workers in sedimentary petrology. The one notable exception to this statement is furnished by Goldman's work on the Upper Cretaceous.1 Wentworth and Campbell have considered, in a general way, the mode of formation of the Pleistocene terraces, omitting, however, any account of the heavy minerals contained therein.2

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