Form, function and feedbacks in a tidally dominated ooid shoal, Bahamas

@inproceedings{Rankey2006FormFA,
  title={Form, function and feedbacks in a tidally dominated ooid shoal, Bahamas},
  author={Eugene C. Rankey and Bernhard M Riegl and Kelley Steffen},
  year={2006}
}
Although the general aspects of oolitic depositional systems are well documented, seascape-scale (� 10 3 –10 6 m 2 ) patterns of oolitic shoals and the details of processes acting on them are not well understood or quantified. To begin to fill this basic gap in understanding, this paper describes the morphology and hydrodynamics of Lily Bank, a Modern tidally dominated Bahamian ooid shoal. In this study, integrating remote sensing imagery with quantitative, geo-located bathymetrical… CONTINUE READING

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