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This response submitted by ali stout (stoutag@miamioh.edu) at 7:04 pm on 9/26/00. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Section: smith

This sounds like a cut and dry procedure. It will be interesting to find out actually how much the section of bluff you study will erode by the end of your study. And I think the grid will be much more effective in getting a better reading. Plus, you will be able to find out where the water travels most on your grid through the overall measurements. I think that you will find your hypothesis correct and wander if the geographic maps of this area from the past will generate a similar conclusion. You will probably be able to tell, through the maps, what section of the bluff you're studying will erode the most and then be able to choose which is best.



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