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KRIS Klamath : Chart Page

Area Middle Klamath
Topic Sediment: Landslides and ERFO Sites (1997)
Caption:  The chart above shows the number of landslides observed on aerial photographs in Klamath and Scott River tributaries and the number of flood damage (ERFO) sites by sub-basin. Neither landslide numbers nor ERFO sites as shown above can be directly related to sediment yield to the stream. However, those tributaries with the high numbers of ERFO sites and landslides did sustain considerable cumulative effects flood damage at least to lower stream reaches. Higher numbers of sites may reflect larger watershed area. Walker Creek was the most severely flood-damaged stream (see Picture). Data from De La Fuente (1998), but was derived by counting locations on paper maps, not from an electronic data source. See Info Links for more information.

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