Study in Erosion Response: Horse Linto, CA 2019

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This lidar dataset was collected as part of an NCALM Seed grant for Miles Reed at Central Michigan University. The goal of the study was to determine the chemical erosion response to transient physical erosion along the path of a migrating knickpoint. The study area covers approximately 63 km 2 near Horse Linto, in Trinity National Forest, California.

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