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Types of geophysical deposits and forest disturbance resulting from Chaitén eruption, north side. Tree removal (A); toppled trees (B); scorch zone (C); fluvial deposition in stream channels (D), wetlands (E), and floodplain (F); tephrafall (thin [5-10 cm] sandy tephra in green forest (G), thick [15-50 cm] gravelly tephra in severely damaged forest (H), syn- or post-eruption debris flow in stream channel (I), syn- or post-eruption rockfall deposit on floodplain (J). Photo: J. Pallister.