The Relationship Between Bedform and Log Orientation in a Paleogene Fluvial Channel, Weißelster Basin, Germany: Implications for the Use of Coarse Woody Debris for Paleocurrent Analysis

@inproceedings{Gastaldo2004TheRB,
  title={The Relationship Between Bedform and Log Orientation in a Paleogene Fluvial Channel, Wei{\ss}elster Basin, Germany: Implications for the Use of Coarse Woody Debris for Paleocurrent Analysis},
  author={Robert A. Gastaldo},
  year={2004}
}
Isolated logs preserved in the Älterer Flußsande of the Weißelster basin, Germany, are examined relative to their subjacent bedform. Paleocurrent analyses conducted on both the log orientation and its underlying bedform are used to determine whether or not any relationship exists between these two structures. Two patterns emerge from this investigation. When the data set is taken collectively, the mean vector of the log orientation is in a subperpendicular relationship to the mean vector of… CONTINUE READING

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