Landslide Reconnaissance Following the December 3, 2007 Storm - Jefferson County
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Landslide Reconnaissance Following the December 3, 2007 Storm - Jefferson County 
 

Fulton Creek Debris Flow

During an aerial reconnaisance on December 10th, we documented this debris flow along Fulton Creek. The debris flow appeared to have originated from a logging road north of the powerlines. It was not clear if the debris flow reached Fulton Creek and we have not verified the extent of this landslide on the ground.

Location of event

Map 1: The debris flow located on the western bank of Fulton Creek. Click on map to view larger image.

Figure 1: Orange gash in lower center marks the landslide area. Note the road above the slide. The extent of the landslide could not be determined during our reconnaissance flight. Click on photo to view larger image. (photo by Kelsay Davis)

Figure 2: Closer view of part or the debris flow scar, note the scouring of the channel banks. Click on photo to view larger image. (photo by Kelsay Davis)

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Stephen Slaughter
Geology & Earth Resources Division, Hazards Geologist
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
360-902-1498
Fax 360-902-1785
stephen.slaughter@dnr.wa.gov

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