Abstract

Although qualitatively the sands from two sections on the beach in the vicinity of Coubre point on the west coast of France showed a homogeneous mineralogic composition, quantitatively there was considerable variation, which is considered a function of the action of the sea and meteorologic conditions (wind direction and velocity). The sands are composed of material supplied by the Garonne and Dordogne rivers.

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