volume 16, issue 4, P291-313 1980
DOI: 10.1144/sjg16040291
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Abstract: SYNOPSISEarly Devonian fluvial sedimentation took place in a large, late-orogenic basin bounded by actively-subsiding high-angled faults. Deposition of gravels and sands took place on mountain-fringing baj adas from sheetfloods and braided streams; sands, silts and clays were deposited in adjacent floodplains. Basin-margin faults, notably the Highland Boundary Fault, controlled subsidence of an elongate depositional basin and when movement on these was sufficiently rapid, coalescing bajadas were constructed. …

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