||These seismic data were collected to infer the paleodepositional environment of Pulley Ridge through seismic facies analysis. Without actual rock cores, remote sensing is the next best tool. It was uncertain if Pulley Ridge represented a drowned reef or paleoshoreline. Through seismic imaging, it was determined from the high-amplitude, level-bedded nature of material in the sub-surface that Pulley Ridge represents several stages of barrier-island development.
||Jarrett, Bret D.; Hine, Al C.; Locker, Stanley D.; Cross, VeeAnn A.; Twichell, David C.; Halley, Robert B.; Ciembronowicz, Kate T.; Hammar-Klose, Erika S.; and Naar, Dave F.