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Figure 3: Ground Penetrating Radar profile of the slackwater terrace. Due to the high clay content of the surficial materials, the strongest reflector that could be seen was a silty layer at a depth of 3.3 m rather than the contact between the slackwater materials and the fluvial sands at the base. (Modified from Johnson and Carpenter, in submission.)

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