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Middle Park, a high-altitude basin in the Southern Rocky Mountains of north central Colorado, contains abundant evidence of Paleoindian occupation. At Barger Gulch Locality B, an extensive Folsom assemblage (ca. 10,900-10,200 14C yr B.P.) occurs within a buried soil informally referred to as the Barger soil, a composite of a truncated latest Pleistocene soil and a younger soil forming during the early to middle Holocene. Erosion documented in valley fill adjacent to the excavation area between ca. 10,200 and 9700 14C yr B.P. is likely related to truncation of the latest Pleistocene soil. Relatively rapid valley filling until sometime...

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