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Ingleside strandplain sand of central Texas coast: Reply
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Holocene cementation along the central Texas coast.
Sandy biosparite and shelly biomicrite gravel thinly covers a significant portion of the inner shelf from the Rio Grande to Sabine Pass, covering an area of at least 3,000 km2, and similar gravel is also a conspicuous ...
Ingleside strandplain of central Texas coast
The Ingleside sand is a Pleistocene unit which crops out along the mainland margin of the Texas coast from Pass Cavallo to Baffin Bay. This sand body is a thin blanket of shoreface and eolian sediments, deposited as an ...
The Gulf shoreline of Texas: processes, characteristics, and factors in use.
The State of Texas has about 367 miles of open Gulf shoreline, most of it typified by rather broad, sandy beaches and a comparatively mild climate that permits almost year-round use of this recreational resource. All but ...