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An '''alluvial fan''' is the dirt, sand, gravel, rocks, and boulders which a mountain stream emerging from a canyon deposits at the mouth of the canyon. The alluvial fan [[Crestone]] is on is extends for about 1 mile from the mouth of [[North Crestone Canyon]].
 
An '''alluvial fan''' is the dirt, sand, gravel, rocks, and boulders which a mountain stream emerging from a canyon deposits at the mouth of the canyon. The alluvial fan [[Crestone]] is on is extends for about 1 mile from the mouth of [[North Crestone Canyon]].
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==Notes and references==
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==External links and further reading==
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* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alluvial_fan The Wikipedia article, "Alluvial fan"]
  
 
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Revision as of 06:41, 15 June 2016

An alluvial fan is the dirt, sand, gravel, rocks, and boulders which a mountain stream emerging from a canyon deposits at the mouth of the canyon. The alluvial fan Crestone is on is extends for about 1 mile from the mouth of North Crestone Canyon.

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External links and further reading