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Chevrons: origin and relevance for the reconstruction of past wind regimes
Since its first use in the late 80's, the term chevron has been employed in numerous studies to describe large U-and V-shaped ridges found in or near shorelines worldwide. Most studies have so far focused on Bahamian chevrons that are exclusively of Late Pleistocene age, and on the sup posed Holocene chevrons found in S-Madagascar and Australia. In the Bahamas, these deposits have been interpreted as the product of extreme storms at the end of the last interglacial (LIG) w arm period. Indoi:10.31223/x50025 fatcat:tketqfo5inaupcwnx4b7pmvpqq