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November 17, 2019, 2:28 pm UTC    
August 25, 2019 05:27PM
Swezey, C.S., 2019. Quaternary eolian sediments and Carolina
Bays of the US Atlantic Coastal Plain province. In Thorleifson,
L. H., ed.,pp. 88-89, Geologic Mapping Forum 2019 Abstracts,
Minnesota Geological Survey Open File Report OFR-19-1,
Minnesota Geological Survey. Retrieved from the University
of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, [hdl.handle.net].
[pubs.er.usgs.gov]

"Likewise, on the basis of stratigraphic relations and OSL ages, the
Carolina Bays are interpreted as relict features that did not form
during one event of limited duration. Instead, they are thought to
have formed episodically during the same time interval as other
eolian sediments of the Atlantic Coastal Plain (e.g., mostly during
the LGM when conditions were colder, drier, and windier)."

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Paul H.

"The past is never dead. It's not even past."
William Faulkner, Act 1, Scene III, Requiem for a Nun (1951)
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Quaternary eolian sediments and Carolina Bays of the US Atlantic Coastal Plain province

Paul H. August 25, 2019 05:27PM

LGM - Last Glacial Maximum

Hermione August 26, 2019 05:55AM



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