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    Jul 6, 2014, 10:13 AM
    Alluvial fan, illustrator cs2 and gis

    I need some help with something. I have important project to make, and I have been analizing profiles for one alluvial fan, writing for each profile granulometration, horizonts, etc. now I have to somehow put it together in illustrator (all those profiles of alluvial fan) and try connect horizonts and make interpretation. Has anyone ever done anything like that, and know how? I have never used illustrator before so..

    And about GIS, how could I also use GIS with this?

    I will send some examples of my work of alluvial fan.

    Would really appreciate some help!

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