Wave-tank experiments show that with an increase of grain-size of well-sorted sands the oscillation ripple marks that form on them increase in both wave-length and wave-height, and that with a half-and-half mixture of two well-sorted sands the ripple marks are smaller in both wave-length and wave-height than the ripple marks that form on either of the two sands when rippled alone.

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