Stacked, crescent shaped sand ridges of possible Waccamaw age border the southern edge of the Okefenokee Swamp

Stacked, crescent shaped sand ridges of possible Waccamaw age border the southern edge of the Okefenokee Swamp

This is dull to look at but exciting to see as the habit of Moorings Unit barrier bars of Waccamaw age in Duplin and Robeson Counties North Carolina are stacked and descending in elevation and age progressing seward . The same thing is seen here near Lake City Florida.

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