The coastal geomorphology of the Jervis Bay area
The typically embayed coastline of south-eastern Australia results from the partial innundation of subaerially developed topography by the last postglacial marine transgression, and the variable Quaternary modification of the initial estuaries, bays and bights by the progradation of sandy barrier systems of marine and aeolian origin and by fluviatile sedimentation behind them (e.g., Thom 1965; Bird 1963 and 1967b; Langford-Smith and Thom 1967). Jervis Bay is one of the largest and most...[Show more]
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