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Peat shorelines

Peat eroded from the coast forms beaches and spits in an arctic lagoon. Rapid erosion of arctic shorelines has dumped large quantities of peat fibers and peat blocks into the arctic ocean. Peat makes an unusual sediment... only slightly denser than water, and fibrous so that it can form paper-mache-like adhered structures.

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