The first day of the trip will comprise examination of a depositionally updip sandy submarine canyon fill (Big Rock Quarry), followed by a slope deposit consisting of mass transport deposits and intervening sandy fill (Pinnacle Mountain State Park). The second day will begin with a traverse through the famous DeGray Spillway 1000ft. section of lower/base of slope Jackfork strata, then move onto a newly studied, complete 5000 ft. Jackfork section near the town of Kirby, Arkansas, where 25 individual sandstone packages are separated by shales; some of these are 3D outcrops. The third day will comprise a detailed examination of base of slope strata at Hollywood Quarry, which contains several different structural and stratigraphic features at reservoir scale. This will be followed by a final stop along a more basinal section of sandstone at Dierks Spillway.