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Sedimentary facies of the modern Trinity Delta
(Houston Geological Society, 1969)
The Trinity River Delta is a recent bayhead or estuarine delta at the head of Trinity Bay. It has grown outward from the eastern edge of the Trinity alluvial valley and has isolated a small segment of Trinity Bay, forming ...
Sedimentary facies in gulf coast.
The Gulf coast of Texas and Louisiana belongs to a world community of Tertiary provinces that have been extensively drilled for oil, and in which the sedimentary characteristics of the producing formations are similar to ...
Active surface faulting, Texas coastal zone.
Topographic escarpments coincident with active faults in the Houston area existed before major ground water withdrawals. However, ground water withdrawal is the primary mechanism for fault activation in Harris and Galveston ...