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NOTE: A BASIC language computer program (for an IBM PC) has been developed by the author for the morphologic dating of transport-limited scarps. Copies of the program are available without cost. Send the author a self-addressed, stamped envelope for details (Department of Geology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221).

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