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Geologic Interpretation and Multibeam Bathymetry of the Sea Floor in Southeastern Long Island Sound

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Figure 9. Detailed view of sedimentary furrows from the southwestern corner of NOAA survey H11255.

Figure 9. Detailed view of sedimentary furrows from the southwestern corner of NOAA survey H11255. "Tuning fork" joining pattern exhibited by some of the furrows typically open to the east (right) suggesting net westward transport. Location of this view and distribution of sedimentary furrows are shown in Figure 5.

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