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Baeteman and Mauz (2012) raise three main points of disagreement with Anthony et al. (2010) regarding the probable age and mode of formation of an inland dune on the North Sea coastal plain of France: (1) the proposed chronology of dune formation, (2) the interpretation of the stratigraphic data from the dune, and (3) the proposed model of dune for...
Eight mechanical cores, 50 auger holes, 145 borehole logs, and 19 radiocarbon ages are used to identify the sedimentary facies and patterns of mid- to late-Holocene development of the French North Sea coastal plain near the Belgian border. Stratigraphic sections show a shallow Pleistocene basement that deepens towards the North Sea, overlain by up...
Although pulses of coastal dune development in the course of the Holocene have been attributed to variations in the availability of sand, to modulation of sand supply by sea level change, and to changes in wind conditions, identifying the processes driving such pulses has been rather elusive. The shore deposits bordering the tide- and storm wave-do...