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Grizzly Gulch

Also ECTX at 70cm, at 15 taps it broke and tried but failed to propagate. This layer seems to be a mid-storm density change or other change in conditions such as a break in the wind. would expect this to layer to stabilize, but worth keeping track of til it does.

Above Guardsman Pass

Though this location is E facing it is representative of due north because of shading from a nearby stand of trees. Nearby pit locations near 9900 feet had similar snow depths, but any crust or hard layer produced propagating ECT's usually 5-10 cm's above the ground in small facets not on depth hoar at the ground.


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