Abstract

Accretion sets generally 1-3 m in thickness occur in western exposures of the Lower Coralline Limestone (lower Miocene), which elsewhere in the Maltese Islands is masked beneath karstic terrain. These crossbeds suggest that the limestone, in western areas at least, originated from strong mainly west-flowing wind currents acting over a shallow platform.

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