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Stratigraphic correlations of core pairs illustrate the magnitude of fault-controlled wetland erosion at the Caplen Field. Sedimentary facies in the cores, from top to bottom, are organic mud, sandy mud, and heterogeneous sand and mud.
Stratigraphic correlations of core pairs illustrate the magnitude of fault-controlled wetland erosion at the Caplen Field. Sedimentary facies in the cores, from top to bottom, are organic mud, sandy mud, and heterogeneous sand and mud.
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St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center > Subsidence and Wetland Loss Related to Fluid Energy Production, Gulf Coast Basin

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