Progress in the Study of Coastal Storm Deposits

@article{Xiong2018ProgressIT,
  title={Progress in the Study of Coastal Storm Deposits},
  author={Haixian Xiong and Guangqing Huang and Shuqing Fu and Peng Qian},
  journal={Ocean Science Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={53},
  pages={149-164}
}
Numerous studies have been carried out to identify storm deposits and decipher storm-induced sedimentary processes in coastal and shallow-marine areas. This study aims to provide an in-depth review on the study of coastal storm deposits from the following five aspects. 1) The formation of storm deposits is a function of hydrodynamic and sedimentary processes under the constraints of local geological and ecological factors. Many questions remain to demonstrate the genetic links between storm… 

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