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Effects of 1997 debris floods in two Klamath Mountain streams: A large woody debris mass-balance approachAuthor(s): Zackary J. Mondry; Susan J. Hilton
Source: EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48): F375
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionLarge landslides and debris flows in January 1997 produced contrasting downstream debris flood effects in two adjacent Northern California Klamath Mountain streams. Valley morphology and riparian forests were examined on post-flood 1:3000 air photos along two approximately 8 km survey reaches.
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CitationMondry, Zackary J.; Hilton, Susan J. 2000. Effects of 1997 debris floods in two Klamath Mountain streams: A large woody debris mass-balance approach. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48): F375
KeywordsPSW4351, debris flow, landslides, debris floods, woody debris, morphology, riparian forests, flood channels
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