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Monitoring Stations

Science Center Objects

Click on the map to view monitoring site locations. Click on the marker for a link to each site.

Continuous, real-time monitoring occurs at some sites and periodic monitoring occurs at others; the most recent measurements are provided online for a few of our monitoring sites. Graphs showing the most recent data are updated regularly with update cycles ranging from 15 minutes to 24 hours. Updates may be interrupted occasionally by instrument, computer, or network malfunctions.

Landslide monitoring data and information provided on this website are preliminary and have not been reviewed for accuracy; therefore the data are subject to revision.

 

California:

2009 Station Fire, Arroyo Seco, Pasadena CA

2009 Station Fire, Dunsmore Canyon, Glendale, CA

San Francisco Bay Area - East Bay (BALT1) near Castro Valley, CA

U.S. Highway 50, CA

2013 Springs Fire, Ventura County, CA

 

Colorado:

Chalk Cliffs, CO

 

North Carolina:

Bent Creek Experimental Forest, NC

Mooney Gap, Coweeta Experimental Forest, NC

Poplar Cove, Nantahala National Forest, NC

 

Oregon:

Knife Ridge, Elliott State Forest, OR

Millicoma Meander, Elliott State Forest, OR

Portland, OR

 

Washington:

Seattle Area, WA

 

Puerto Rico:

Toro Negro, PR

Utuado, PR