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2016-06-27 15:05:54

(A) A tree limb exposed on the stoss slope after a major storm extends into a vertical hole that measured 2.4 m in depth and 26 × 16 cm in diameter. A carbonate precipitate is visible on the subaerial surface of the limb and as horizontal “laminae” on the stoss slope. (B) The tree limb connects to the trunk which dips to the north at an angle of 66° with the dune’s stoss slope. Fungal hyphae were visible in the decomposing wood upon excavation (arrows).

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