Alluvial Stratigraphy and Radiocarbon Dating Along the Duck River, Tennessee: Implications Regarding Flood-Plain Origin
Author(s): G. Robert Brakenridge
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Alluvial Stratigraphy and Radiocarbon Dating Along the Duck River, Tennessee: Implications Regarding Flood-Plain Origin. G. Robert Brakenridge. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 95 (1): 9-25. 1984 ( tDAR id: 181036)
min long: -87.354; min lat: 35.253 ; max long: -86.599; max lat: 35.851 ;
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