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Linear Bank

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Linear Bank: This is an elongated bank that was shaped by regional glacier
movement to the southeast that removed surrounding, less resistant materials.
The bank surface was further modified during the melting of ice. It is now
covered with sand and gravel, including boulder piles and ridges.

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