Terwindt- A_photo-1960q.jpg Terwindt- B_photo-1960q.jpg Terwindt- C_photo-1960q.jpg
Terwindt- A_text-1960q.jpg
Inshore estuarine deposits
Haringvliet, Netherlands
section 3
North: right side
current direction
NW to SE
Sediments deposited between 1932 and 1938
(checked with sounding charts)
Terwindt- B_text-1960q.jpg
Detail of Haringvliet
section 8 showing foresets
of claypebbles and coarse sands
with shells and shell debris

SE right side of photo
The NW dipping foresets in the
lower part of the photo lay in
different formation of older age
(also Holocene)

BLO scanned
20060418
Terwindt- C_text-1960q.jpg
Inshore estuarine deposits
Haringvliet Netherlands
section 4
depth 15.11-14.81 m
below mean sealevel
NW : right side
Current direction
NW to SE
Sediments deposited between 1932 and 1938
(checked with sounding charts)
Terwindt- D_photo-1960q.jpg Terwindt- E_photo-1960q.jpg TerwindtF_photo-1960q.jpg
Terwindt- D_text-1960q.jpg
Inshore estuarine sediments
Haringvliet, Netherlands
section 2
SE: right side
Current direction:
NW to SE
Sediments deposited between 1932 and 1938
(checked with sounding charts)
Terwindt- E_textillegible-1960q.jpg
Details of Haringvliet
section 8
Showing foresets of claypebbles
with coarse sand and shells.
The gray homogeneous sediments
under the channel deposits are of
different origin and older age
ADDITIONAL PHOTOS
kindly provided by Drs.Terwindt, 1960
TerwindtF_text-1960q.jpg
Haringvliet section 8
Showing channel fill with foreset
bedding and horizontally bedded
deposits of sands and claylaminae
Scale-stick division=20cm
Depth of lowest portion o channel
17 m below mean sealevel
SE: right side

Sediments deposited between 1932 and 1938

Oomkens-Terwindt article