Photo Pages. Photos on this page are from sub-basin Elk River
and series Erosion: Elk River Landslides 1997.
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This photograph of the upper Elk River watershed shows clear cut headwall and inner gorge areas which are very susceptible to landsliding. Note the debris slide on the steep, inner gorge area of the photo at left in the photo and small landslides coming off landings. Photo courtesy of the Humboldt Watershed Council. September 1997.
Photo taken logging down hill in the track of a debris torrent in the Elk River watershed. Photo courtesy of the Humboldt Watershed Council.
This photo looks down hill in the track of a debris torrent in the Elk River drainage. The large trees at the base of the photo may have helped stop some of the sediment from reaching a watercourse.