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Near Cape Romain, the surface begins to down warp and, as a result, the sea is eroding inland at a phenomenal rate of 6 meters per year (Hayes, 1994). 3). This area, known as the “low country,” stretches to the Georgia border and beyond. It is a labyrinth of tidal flats, salt marshes and lagoons. Here is found the greatest tidal range along the Carolina coast, averaging over 9 feet (3 m). At low tide, great expanses of mud flats are exposed only to disappear under the rising tides. The Outer Coastal Plain The Coastal Plain can be divided into two sections, the upper (inner) and outer plains.
Kaczorowski, R. T. 1977. The Carolina Bays: A Comparison With Modern Oriented Lakes. Technical Report No. 13-CRD. Columbia: Coastal Research Division, Department of Geology, University of South Carolina. Lessing, P. 1986. Geology of the New River Gorge. Mountain State Geology 1986: 48-55. Mayfield, M. W. and J. T. Morgan. 1996. The New River. In Snapshots of the Carolinas: Landscapes and Cultures, ed. D. G. : Association of American Geographers, 87-90. Morisawa, M. 1989. Rivers and Valleys of Pennsylvania, Revisited.
As it moved eastward, island archipelagos, bits of the sea floor, and continental fragments riding on the subducting oceanic crust were added to the continental margins. Inevitably, Laurentia and Gondwanaland closed the Iapetus Ocean and collided head on. The tremendous pressure and heat of that collision metamorphosed much of the rock all along 23 A Geography of the Carolinas the continental margins—sandstone to quartzite, shale to slate, granite to gneiss, and so on. Geologists believe that this scenario of Laurentia rifting apart forming a proto-Atlantic Ocean, only to later have it close again as Europe and Africa collided with the ancestral North America, played out several times.
A Geography of the Carolinas by D. Gordon Bennett, Jeffrey C. Patton