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Meander counter bars explained 

Meander counter bars explained
Description: Diagram that explains point and counter point bars
Words in this image: river flow direction, dip direction, IHS, sandy point bar deposits, stream channel, silty counter point bar, abandoned mud-filled channel, erosion resistant bedrock, causality, erosion resistant, counter point bar, oxbow fill, valley side Source: Derald Smith and coauthors
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Fluvial Channel in Eolian Sandstone


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