Abstract

Suggests that some types of cross-bedding have been produced by deposition along banks of braided or meandering streams (or estuarine channels) under aggrading conditions. Preferred orientations of the long axes of pebbles in several cross-bedded gravel units in southern England were found to be consistent with the hypothesis that the direction of flow of the depositing current was at right angles to the dip direction of foreset beds.

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