Abstract

Investigation of the petrographic composition and results of morphometric analyses of sandy gravels from a spit on the former Urk island in the northeast Zuider Zee region, Netherlands, show the gravels to have been derived largely from lenses of older glacial till in the Riss boulder clay of the island. Methods of evaluating shape and roundness of pebbles are discussed and compared.

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