Abstract

Sedimentary analysis of 40 samples from four previously recognized terrace surfaces in a portion of the panhandle of Florida indicates that sedimentary parameters are useful in distinguishing individual terraces. Comparison of size distribution data and heavy mineral analyses suggests that only three rather than four terraces are distinguishable in the area under study. A composite profile across the area offers supporting evidence for the presence of three rather than font terrace surfaces.

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