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An irregular pile of laminated sandy beds which are lens shaped in two directions and have low angle cross stratifications are called a. hummocky cross stratification and indicates a deposit formed by storm enhanced waves or Currents b. oscillation ripple marks from gentle wave action in a shallow near shore environment C. graded beds and indicates deep water turbidity currents off the continental slope d. current ripple marks and indicate uniform tidal currents
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  • Sajan sarthak sahoo Best Answer
    Hummocky cross-stratification is a type of sedimentary structure found in sandstones. It is a form of cross-bedding usually formed by the action of large storms, such as hurricanes...
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