Geology Department Colloquium, October 18th | Geology Department | Conformable Contacts | Scoop.it

"The Navajo outcrops suggest that 1) terrestrial floods played a significant role in Navajo depositional history, 2) dam breach events and consequent rapid changes in water table may have engendered some forms of convoluted bedding and 3) widespread, isolated but co-genetic flood deposits could be useful for correlation within the Navajo Sandstone."

 

Wow--this is the first I've heard of a non-creationist positing subaqueous flow as a formational mechanism for the Navajo sandstones.