2 edition of Landslide occurrence in the Elk and Sixes River basins, southwest Oregon found in the catalog.
Landslide occurrence in the Elk and Sixes River basins, southwest Oregon
Margaret H. McHugh
Written in English
|Statement||by Margaret H. McHugh.|
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The rugged terrain of the Elk and Sixes River basins is underlain by the complex geological province of the Klamath Mountains, in which landslides are a common, natural, and important process of sediment production. A landslide investigation, using sequential aerial photographs which covered a time period of 37 years.
LANDSLIDE OCCURRENCE IN THE ELK AND SIXES RIVER BASINS, SOUTHWEST OREGON INTRODUCTION Landslides are a common and natural component of the erosional processes in the Klamath Mountains of southwest Oregon.
Debris slides are an important form of mass wasting in the area and are a significant source of sediment to steep drainages.
The Elk and Sixes. Abstract. Graduation date: Timber management of coastal watersheds in southwest Oregon has\ud been complicated by the need to protect anadromous fish habitat from\ud accelerated stream sedimentation resulting from management activity.\ud The rugged terrain of the Elk and Sixes River basins is underlain by\ud the complex geological province of the Klamath Mountains, in which\ud.
The rugged terrain of the Elk and Sixes River basins is underlain by the complex geological province of the Klamath Mountains, in which landslides are a common, natural, and important process of.
We documented > landslides between and ~40 km2 across ~, km2 of eastern Oregon, in the semiarid, southern interior Columbia River basin. The mapped landslides cluster in a NW-SE.
McHugh, M. Landslide occurrence in the Elk and Sixes River basins, southwest Oregon. Master of science thesis. Department of Geology, Oregon State University, Corvallis.
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Frissell et al. In Sixes River basin. density and diversity of species and age classes declined with increasing water. The relationship of morphology and material to landslide occurrence along the coastline in Lincoln County, Oregon v. 44, n.
9, p. 99 Deschutes Basin Heavy metals Columbia River Basalt Book review Allen, J.E., and others, Bretz floods Distribution of heavy minerals in the Sixes River, Curry County, Oregon v.
31, n. 7, p. Ciesiel, R.F. Location map of the Elk River Basin within Oregon 14 and within the Siskiyou National Forest. Landslide volume categorized by management history 21 for the Elk and Sixes River Basin, (after McHugh, ).
Elk River Basin location map of temperature 28 stations. Elk River Basin location map of temperature Thomas J. Wiley, Geologist, Southwest Oregon Section Leader. Mineral Land Regulation and Reclamation Program: Broadal- bin Street SW, Albanyphone ()FAX.
FINAL REPORT Landslide Hazard in the Elk River Basin Humboldt County, California 1 June Stillwater Sciences ii Figure SHALSTAB.V results in the Elk River basin. Figure PISA results in the Elk River basin.
Figure PISA.V results in the Elk River basin. Figure Density of landslides and random points by log (q/T) class from. Landslide occurrence in the Elk and Sixes River basins, southwest Oregon.
Large woody debris in forested streams of the Pacific Northwest: past, present, and future. Figure 2: Oblique aerial photograph of the Taliaferro landslide in the Middle Fork Eel sub-basin. Management History: The Eel River basin was intensively grazed in the late ’s and early ’s (DWR, ).
Much of the road system was in place prior to the Size: 1MB. The Hime River Basin is located in the northern part of Central Japan and is known as one of the areas where both erosional potential and sediment yield are extremely high in Japan.
Landslides and debris flows triggered mainly by heavy rainfalls have frequently occurred in the by: 6. Basin Accomplishments Overview I n the Biennial Report, we are highlighting specific accomplishments under the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Water-sheds in the 15 Oregon Plan Basins. The Basin Accomplishment pages are in the same order as the previous two-page basin reports showing the completed and reported projects and investments during.
Pesticide Occurrence and Distribution in the Lower Clackamas River Basin, Oregon, – By Kurt D. Carpenter, Steven Sobieszczyk, Andrew J. Arnsberg, and Frank A. Rinella. Prepared in cooperation with the Clackamas Watershed Management Group (Clackamas River Water Providers and Clackamas County Water Environment Services).
Relations between geology and mass movement features in a part of the East Fork Coquille River watershed, southern Coast Range, Oregon. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. M.S. thesis. Marion, Daniel A. Landslide occurrence in the Blue River drainage, Oregon.
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The water of the springs rises by artesian pressure from lava-rock aquifers through about feet of overlying thinly bedded lake deposits to discharge at the bottom of an impounding reservoir, the spring orifices being beneath 30 to 36 feet of water. The Elk River Watershed Analysis summarizes key information for the Elk River beginning at the headwaters and ending at its mouth on the Pacific Ocean three miles north of the community of Port Orford.
Among the important values of the Elk River drainage are its fish, wildlife, aesthetics, mining, timber and recreation. The Sixes River Watershed is a 5 th field watershed located in the Sixes Sub-Basin within the South Coast Basin of the Southwest Oregon Province.
The Sixes River watershed is approximately 28 miles long and drains approximat acres. Elevations in the Sixes. This geodatabase is an inventory of existing landslides in the Little North Santiam River Basin, Oregon ().
Each landslide feature shown has been classified according to a number of specific characteristics identified at the time recorded in the GIS database. The classification scheme was developed by the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (Burns and Madin, ).Author: Steven Sobieszczyk.
PDF | How much coastal wetland acreage does Oregon still have, where is it located, and what are its general characteristics. The answers provided in | Find, read and cite all the research you. PDF of Appendix A, database table excerpted from Landslide assessment and monitoring project, Bull Run conduit corridor, Bull Run, Oregon (Landslide Technology, ).
Appendix B consists of: PDF report text from DOGAMI Special Pa Protocol for shallow-landslide susceptibility mapping (Burns and others, c).
landslide hazards in the Elk River basin as one component of TMDL development. Shallow landslides (both road-related and non-road-related) are acknowledged as the most common type of mass movement and dominant management-related sediment source impairing.
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The resulting maps are titled “Geologic and Geomorphic Features Related to Landsliding, Elk River Watershed” (Plate 1) and “Relative Landslide Potential with Geologic and Geomorphic Features, Elk River Watershed” map (Plate 2).
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