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Perspectives in Carbonate Geology
Layering. What does it mean?' Robert Ginsburg made this passing comment in the mid-1960s when the author was looking at a core sequence from Biscayne Bay, Florida. The core was a burrowed carbonate wackestone with a Hurricane Betsy storm layer at the top. It was a timely question as 'Layering -What does it mean?' has been asked many times since then. A few important answers have emerged -but there are still some serious challenges ahead. Understanding layering is more than just looking at thedoi:10.1002/9781444312065.ch18 fatcat:hhlbcweqira4ve2ijjyjpucqne