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Published on May 28, 2009
Video shows direct observations of processes that move flocculated clay particles during the bedload migration of ripples that consist entirely of clay. Although the clay ripples share many features with sand ripples, they consist to 90% (by volume) of water, and are liable to be "invisible" once compacted and part of the rock record.