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Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia

Paula Gori

Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia

by Paula Gori

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Debris avalanches -- Virginia -- Madison County,
  • Landslide hazard analysis -- Virginia -- Madison County

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDebris flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia.
    StatementPaula L. Gori and William C. Burton.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey fact sheet -- 159-96., Fact sheet (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- FS-96-159.
    ContributionsBurton, William C. 1952-, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17624187M
    OCLC/WorldCa56993104

    Precipitation and hillslope-scale landforms have a controlling effect on soil moisture, root strength, and debris flow hazards. Anthropogenic influences have increased the frequency of mass wasting for a given storm event above historical natural levels through changes in Cited by: 3. Blue Ridge is a census-designated place (CDP) in Botetourt County, Virginia, United States. The population was 3, at the census. It is part of the Roanoke Metropolitan Statistical Area. Geography. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of square miles ( km²), all doradical.com: Botetourt.

    Ridge Cave systems, Dickson Spring drainage basin, Monroe County, West Virginia, Virginia Journal of Science, 52(2), p; 79th annual meeting of the Virginia Academy of Science, Harrisonburg, VA, May 22 . Mar 07,  · via YouTube Capture. From 31 March , YouTube services in the UK will be provided by Google LLC.

    Principal investigator in mapping debris flow and flood deposits in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Central Virginia, including documentation of the stratigraphy and sedimentology of prehistoric surficial deposits. Geological Consultant, – present. Responsible for locating high . @article{osti_, title = {Boulder streams, debris fans, and Pleistocene climate change in the Blue Ridge Mountains of central Virginia}, author = {Whittecar, G.R. and Ryter, D.W.}, abstractNote = {The west slope of the Blue Ridge mountains in central Virginia is a polygenetic landscape containing interglacial and periglacial features.


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Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia by Paula Gori Download PDF EPUB FB2

Debris-Flow Hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia Numerous debris flows scarred the foothills of the Blue Ridge in Madison County, Virginia, after the devastating storm of June 27, These debris flows, which began on steep slopes, moved rapidly down channels in the doradical.com by: 4.

Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader.

The June 27,storm in Madison County, Virginia produced debris flows and floods that devastated a small ( km2) area of the Blue Ridge in the eastern United States. Although similar debris-flow inducing storm events may return only approximately once every two thousand years to the same given locale.

Additional Physical Format: Gori, Paula. Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia 4 p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government. Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Central Virginia.

The June 27,storm in Madison County, Virginia produced debris flows and floods that devastated a small ( km 2) area of the Blue Ridge in the eastern United States. The June 27,storm in Madison County, Virginia produced debris flows and floods that devastated a small ( km 2) area of the Blue Ridge in the eastern United States.

Although similar debris-flow inducing storm events may return only approximately once every two thousand years to Cited by: Debris-Flow Hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia The foothills of the Blue Ridge province in central Virginia are dot-ted with working farms along meandering rivers.

The setting is peaceful to the casual observer, but on closer inspection there are signs of past violent weather and geologic events. Massive boulders found at the base. Buy Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia (U.S. Geological Survey fact sheet) by Paula Gori (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible doradical.com: Paula Gori. Debris-Flow Hazards within the Appalachian Mountains of the Eastern United States. Fifty-one debris flows that occurred in the Appalachian region between and were documented by Michael Clark (Clark, ).

Figure 1 shows the distribution of these flows (also referred to as historical landslide events). Virginia’s deadliest natural disaster occurred on the night of August 19,when remnants of Hurricane Camille dumped over twenty-five inches of rain during a five-hour period along the Blue Ridge in central Virginia, triggering thousands of debris flows that killed people.

Part of the Springer Praxis Books book series (PRAXIS) Keywords Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Debris-flow Hazards Mitigation: Mechanics, Prediction, and Assessment, San Francisco Wieczorek, G.F., Morgan, B.A., and Campbell, R.H.

() Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of central Virginia. Environmental and Cited by: Frequency and Magnitude of Selected Historical Landslide Events in the Southern Appalachian Highlands of North Carolina and Virginia: Relationships to Rainfall, Geological and Ecohydrological Controls, and Effects Wieczorek, G.

F., Morgan, B. A., & Campbell, R. Debris flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Central Virginia Cited by: 3. Rainfall thresholds in Blue Ridge (sorted by Threshold BA, Campbell RH () Debris flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of Central Virginia. Environ Eng Geosci 6: 3– Graphic: USA: Blue Ridge: I MAP D: D: I MAP = ×D 2 hazards in the Blue Ridge of Central.

An intense storm on tune 27th,produced 30 inches of rain in 16 hours over sections of the foothills of the Blue Ridge in Madison County, Virginia. Hundreds of debris flows were triggered on steep slopes and moved rapidly down mountain channels (Wieczorek et al., ~.

On the night of August 13, between PM, the first landslides were reported in Deep Gap, to the east of Boone, along the Blue Ridge Escarpment (Watauga Democrat, 19 Sept ;Greene, ).

Jul 24,  · Wieczorek G F, Morgan B A (). Debris-Flow Hazards within the Appalachian Mountains of the Eastern United States. Internal Report U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. Fact Sheet –August Wieczorek G F, Morgan BA, Campbell RH () Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of central Virginia.

DEBRIS-FLOW HAZARDS IN AREAS AFFECTED BY THE JUNE 27, STORM IN MADISON COUNTY, VIRGINIA by Morgan, B.A., Wieczorek, G.F., Campbell, R.H., and Gori, P.L. OPEN FILE REPORT ABSTRACT A severe storm on June 27, triggered hundreds of rock, debris and soil slides from the steep hillsides of Madison County, Virginia.

"Debris-Flow Hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia: Reducing Landslide Hazards iin the United States" U.S. Geological Survey "Disaster Survivor: Every Time it Rains I Think of Camille" Bill Wasson "Estimate of Rainfall Revised by Bureau" "Flood Aid Termed Generally Faulty" Earl Simpkins.

"Flood Area Missing Total Climbs Again.". Read Volume 6 Issue 1 of Environmental and Engineering Geoscience. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our privacy policy.

Current USGS Program Activities in the Northern Shenandoah Valley National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program • Karst Applied Research Studies Project (KARST) • Bedrock Regional Aquifer Systematics Study (BRASS) National Landslide Hazards Program • Debris-Flow Hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia Land and Remote Sensing Program.

Oct 11,  · Wieczorek G F, Morgan B A (). Debris-Flow Hazards within the Appalachian Mountains of the Eastern United States. Internal Report U.S. Department of the Interior U.S.

Geological Survey. Fact Sheet –August Wieczorek G F, Morgan BA, Campbell RH () Debris-flow hazards in the Blue Ridge of central Virginia.May 02,  · Precious Gems Of The Appalachian Mountains - UNC Charlotte Precious Gems of the Appalachian Mountains 7 Rock Crystal Rock Crystals are a clear colorless form of quartz.

It is a six sided prism ending in a six sided pyramid; it has no cleavage, a glassy texture, and is transparent.Debris- Flow Hazards in the Blue Ridge of Virginia; Reducing Landslide Hazards in the United States. U. S. Geological Survey. Discover Nelson County () Editorial (Camille) Guy Friddell.

Flood ' A Special Review of Camille's Visit to Virginia. Flood Disaster Flood Torn Areas Gaining Assistance. Flooded with Memories Fury not Forgotten.