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Slightlywest of and acrossfromthe Dentonapronwas  as remnantsof fluvial-valleyspurs,indicating a truncatedfluvial spur that was interlockedwith the that that this part of Wright Valley was fluvially cut Denton apron. Previous- that this featureis the terminationof a broadcuspate ly, Nichols  interpretedthe apronsas "rock indentationin the northwall of the valleythatparallels bastions"characteristicof glacial valleys. Critical to the Denton apron. The valley wall at the axis of this the latterinterpretation is Nichols'[ 1971] interpretation cusp exhibits a curvilinear profile.
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