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Debris-Flow Hazards within the Appalachian Mountains of the Eastern United States

Storms bring rains strong enough to cause rock-falls and landslides that are hazardous to people. Includes examples in the eastern US with information about the weather events that precipitated the debris flows.

by Wieczorek, Gerald F. and Morgan, Benjamin A.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2008-3070
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Floods, Geology, Hazards, Landslides, Storms
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