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Date of this Version

1984

Document Type

Article

Citation

Journal of Geology 92 (1984), pp. 325-330.

Comments

Copyright (c) 1984 University of Chicago. Used by permission.

Abstract

Armored mud balls and friable sand megaclasts occur in exposures of a complex Early Pleistocene sand and gravel alluvial fill which caps a strath terrace in southwestern Morrill County, Nebraska. The mudballs are limited to a tributary arroyo. The sand megaclasts occur in sediments deposited along a trunk stream. It is possible that the sand megaclasts were transported to the site in a frozen condition.

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