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July 21, 2014


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Well, physically it's only .0016 per cent of the diameter, so the species is not doing that much worse than tectonics. But I am reminded of Summit, Illinois, elevation of maybe 100 m; nevertheless, it divides the Mississipi sources from those of the Great Lakes. Demonstrating that watersheds are not a matter of elevation, much as one might wish otherwise.

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