Integrated stratigraphic cross section combining line-drawn interpretation of seismic
data, ground truthed by coring, with a coastal cross section based on vibracores. Cores
in the offshore transect have no cross-shelf correlation potential because they often
contain different ridge deposits, shown in side-scan sonar imagery and bathymetry data.
This coastal section has less sand volume than is typically found in the west-Florida
transects. Positions of the coastline and barrier-island are strongly controlled by
antecedent topography of the underlying Miocene limestone bedrock.