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Figure 2: Photomosaic, panoramic view to north of the central part of Pancho Rico Valley. The numbers indicate the valleys whose morphometry was used to generate plots in Figure 2. Note the strongly convex interfluves, and the prominent, constructional alluvial surface of the pre-capture terrace, which was deposited mostly during the Pleistocene to Holocene climatic transition (Garcia and Mahan, 2009). The constructional alluvial surface is composed of sediments that buried the Pancho Rico Creek channel, and alluvial fans deposited by Pancho Rico Creek tributaries.

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Antonio Garcia, California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo
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