Fine grained sediments, Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay, a drowned river valley, is the largest estuary on Florida's west coast.
Surface sediments consist of a mixture of carbonate and terrigenous clastic sands and muds.
The objectives of this study are to determine accumulation rates and processes controlling the distribution patterns of fine grain sediments.
Scholar Commons Citation
Brooks, Gregg R., "Distribution patterns and accumulation rates of fine-grained sediments in upper Tampa Bay, Florida" (1989). Reports. Paper 85.