The following successions have been described from outcrop. After carefully reading the summary descriptions, decide what depositional environment each was deposited in:
1) Interbedded wedge-shaped layers of carbonate grainstone to rudstone with thick but laterally restricted bindstones and framestones; geometry is elongate NE-SW, but restricted in the NW-SE directions where grainstones pinch out to carbonate mudstones.
2) Laterally extensive thin layers of sand fining-up into mud, occasional thicker layers appear to be constructed of multiple thin layers amalgamated into one. Each bed has an erosive base, often marked by flute marks or groove marks indicating a generally consistent SE direction of transport.
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