Planar Cross Bedding Symbol Sample Plans PDF

Tabular (planar) cross-beds consist of cross-bedded units that are large in horizontal extent relative to set thickness and that have essentially planar bounding surfaces. Tabular cross-bedding is formed mainly by migration of large-scale, straight-crested ripples and dunes. Tabular (planar) cross-beds consist of cross-bedded units that are large in horizontal extent relative to set thickness and that have essentially planar bounding surfaces. Trough cross bedding is produced by the downflow migration of lunate dunes in both subaqueous and subaerial environments. Triassic, Hebei Province, China.

planar cross bedding symbol 2Symbols for the common sedimentary structures are shown in Fig.

Tucker 2003. Sedimentary Rocks In The Field

Cross-bedding