Sand holes, sand domes, and cavernous sand are common minor beach features. All appear to be formed by air being forced out of pore spaces in the sand because of the entrance of water. The features may be of some geological significance in determining the order of deposition of steeply dipping sandstones and, if present in great abundance, may be indicative of a marine depositional environment.

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