Some large-scale rhomboid ripples were observed and photographed during a flight over the emergent intertidal sediments of the Minas Basin, Nova Scotia. Their origin may be due to simultaneous exposure of the entire sand bar by the ebb tide, with the surface runoff and released pore water flowing swiftly downslope.

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