‘Canoe’ flutes from the Cerro Toro Formation, Chile

There have recently been a few posts on sole marks, including flutes from "clastic detritus" (who gives a nice overview of flutes) and groove casts from "Dynamic Earth." In an episode of 'classic one upmanship,' in poker terms I see both your sole marks, and I raise you some 'canoe' flutes from Patagonian Chile. These …

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Submarine channel asymmetry in a gravel-rich system, Cerro Toro Fm, Chile

One of the main purposes of publishing research is to get as many eyes on your results as soon as possible. A recent work that my co-authors (Anne Bernhardt and Don Lowe) and I published and would like the world to know about concerns some outcrops of submarine channels in the the Magallanes Basin, Chile. …

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