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grl29185-sup-0002-txts01.docWord document25KText S1. Description of method of calculating the RMSE and what controls the variation in Qsw over time.
grl29185-sup-0003-fs01.epsPS document4801KFigure S1. A photograph of a boulder step taken before and after an event with a peak discharge that was 70% of bankfull.
grl29185-sup-0004-fs02.epsPS document98431KFigure S2. The bed of the Erlenbach is divided between large, relatively immobile grains and patches of finer, more mobile sediment, and example location of protrusion measurements where the solid black line delineates the upstream end of a boulder step from the downstream edge of a relatively mobile patch.
grl29185-sup-0005-fs03.epsPS document390KFigure S3. The number of transport events since an extreme event as a function of the time elapsed since this extreme event.
grl29185-sup-0006-fs04.epsPS document380KFigure S4. Composite grain-size distributions for the relatively mobile sediment and the entire bed measured in 2004 and after the 2007 extreme event.
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