The development of the Princess Charlotte Bay chenier plain: new results and insights
Chenier plains record changes in the mode of coastal progradation between periods of mudflat accumulation and coarse sediment deposition. The geomorphic development of the Princess Charlotte Bay chenier plain was last considered in the 1980s and the conclusions have contributed to knowledge of muddy coastal morphodynamics. Obtaining new data through the use of luminescence dating techniques provided an opportunity to reassess previous findings. Data were obtained from the south western portion...[Show more]
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