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During the Quaternary, large deep-seated landslides were initiated along the eastern flank of the Colorado Front Range, and rivers cut and deposited large strath terraces along the western High Plains. These are the most extensive and prominent geomorphic features in the landscape. On this field trip, we will explore the Quaternary evolution of these Front Range features, in addition to viewing the smaller erosion scars and deposits associated with a 1000-yr precipitation event in 2013. We begin the trip near Golden, Colorado, where we will view the most extensive Quaternary strath terrace (Rocky Flats) preserved in the Denver Basin....

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