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Matthew E. Jeglum, Sebastian W. Hoch, Derek D. Jensen, Reneta Dimitrova, and Zachariah Silver

exceeding 100% while the lower slopes consist mainly of alluvial fans whose slopes are much gentler. One particular alluvial fan, on the southeast side of GM (see inset in Fig. 1 ), was the location of intensive observation during the MATERHORN field experiment. Data collected there have been used in multiple previous studies ( Lehner et al. 2015 ; Grachev et al. 2016 ). This area will be referred to here as the east slope and will be the primary focus for analysis in this paper. Fig . 1. Map (UTM

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