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Explain Coastal Plain

Coastal Plain Explained!

Coastal Plain Technical Terms

Coastal Plain: A low, generally broad plain that has as its margin an oceanic shore and its strata horizontal or gently sloping toward the water, and generally represents a strip of recently prograded or emerged sea floor; e.g. the coastal plain of the southeastern U.S. which extends for 3000 km from New Jersey to Texas. GG ’87

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