Processes and controls on the intertonguing of the Kayenta and Navajo Formations, northern Arizona: eolian-fluvial interactions ( USA, Utah).

Larry T Middleton, R. C. Blakey

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Abstract

Concentrates on an eolian-fluvial interaction in northern Arizona and southern Utah, USA. Emphasis is on examination of the depositional processes inferred from analysis of sedimentary structures, lithologies, lateral and vertical facies sequences, and regional stratigraphic relationships. These in turn are used to discuss the potential regional controls on initial development of the Navajo erg.-from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationEolian sediments and processes
EditorsM.E. Brookfield, T.S. Ahlbrandt
PublisherElsevier
Pages613-634
Number of pages22
StatePublished - 1983

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  • Environmental Science(all)

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Middleton, L. T., & Blakey, R. C. (1983). Processes and controls on the intertonguing of the Kayenta and Navajo Formations, northern Arizona: eolian-fluvial interactions ( USA, Utah). In M. E. Brookfield, & T. S. Ahlbrandt (Eds.), Eolian sediments and processes (pp. 613-634). Elsevier.