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1 Maurer and Hauck, Figure 1 b c a

2 Maurer and Hauck, Figure 2 ~30m b a [m]

3 Maurer and Hauck, Figure time [ms] apparent resistivity [  m] resistivity [  m] depth [m] rock glacier base (from borehole) b a

4 Distance [m] Depth [m] b a c d DC1 DC2 S1 S [log  m] [m/s] [log  m] [m/s] S3 Maurer and Hauck, Figure 4 SSENNW

5 Distance [m] Depth [m] SSE NNW Distance [m] Depth [m] b a Maurer and Hauck, Figure 5

6 Distance [m] Depth [m] ? Borehole log Loose boulders Ice-rich sections Sands and ice (dry) Bedrock Zone of major displacements Active layer Rock glacier material Ice-rich part of rock glacier Bedrock Maurer and Hauck, Figure 6 SSENNW

7 B4 B3 B2 B1 b a ~30m Maurer and Hauck, Figure 7

8 [log  m] [m/s] [m/  s] SWNE Distance [m] Depth [m] N-SDistance [m] W-E Distance [m] a b c B1 B4 B2 Maurer and Hauck, Figure 8

9 [log  m] [m/s] [m/  s] SWNE Distance [m] Depth [m] N-SDistance [m] W-E Distance [m] a b c DC3 DC1 S1 S2 S3 B1 B4 B2 R1 R3 R2 R4 Borehole logs Loose boulders Ice free sands (dry) Sands and ice (dry) Sands (wet) Bedrock B1 B2 B1 B2 Maurer and Hauck, Figure 9 DC2

10 Borehole logs Loose boulders Ice free sands (dry) Sands and ice (dry) Sands (wet) Bedrock Zones of major displacements Distance [m] B1 B2 0 Depth [m] Active layer Rock glacier material Ice-rich part of rock glacier Degraded permafrost Bedrock ? ? Maurer and Hauck, Figure SWNE B4


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