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Stebbins Gulch is situated within property owned by The Holden Arboretum in northwestern Geauga County, Ohio, approximately 8.0 km east of the village of Kirtland (Fig. 1). Physiographically, the Arboretum is included within the Southern New York Section of the Appalachian Plateau Province (Feldman et al., 1977). This Section was overridden by several advances of Pleistocene glaciation, the latest of which receded some 13,000 years ago. It is characterized by poorly drained surfaces containing many bogs, ponds, and lakes, except near the Portage Escarpment where small rivers have excavated relatively deep valleys.

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