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Auxiliary material for this article contains an animation based on assembling photographic images that illustrates the movement of dune-shaped bedforms before, during, and after the experimental flood in Clear Run, N. C.

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jgrg982-sup-0002-ms01.aviapplication/x-troff-msvideo8728KMovie S1. A time lapse assemblage of photographs illustrating before migration during base flow, the rapid building of larger bedforms during the rising limb of the experimental flood, and slow return of bedforms to their former size after passage of the flood, a process that required 110 min or nearly three times as long as the flood lasted.
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