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The April 1998 El Niño-Triggered Anzar Road landslide, San Benito County, California El Niño-driven rainfall triggered many landslides and debris flows in northern and north-central California during the winter and spring of 1997-98. The 1997-98 rainy season began normally in the fall of 1997, but turned unusually wet in late November. The 1998 Anzar Road landslide occurred as a reactivation of an old landslide in Pleistocene nonmarine claystone, sandstone and conglomerate immediately adjacent to the San Andreas rift Zone. Destructive movement began during the early morning of april 22 as a moderately deep-seated earth slide within the area of the old landslide. This slide, on an average slope of 12 degrees,...
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Photo information: Port Valdez, Alaska. Early 1900s (1910 - 1932). No index card. No jpeg available. For additional information about this panorama, refer to U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin No. 657, The use of the panoramic camera in topographic surveying. National Archives News, Hidden Treasure: Uncovering Panoramic Photographs of Alaska Territory, https://www.archives.gov/news/topics/alaska-exhibit
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The April 1998 El Niño-Triggered Anzar Road landslide, San Benito County, California El Niño-driven rainfall triggered many landslides and debris flows in northern and north-central California during the winter and spring of 1997-98. The 1997-98 rainy season began normally in the fall of 1997, but turned unusually wet in late November. The 1998 Anzar Road landslide occurred as a reactivation of an old landslide in Pleistocene nonmarine claystone, sandstone and conglomerate immediately adjacent to the San Andreas rift Zone. Destructive movement began during the early morning of april 22 as a moderately deep-seated earth slide within the area of the old landslide. This slide, on an average slope of 12 degrees,...
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The April 1998 El Niño-Triggered Anzar Road landslide, San Benito County, California. El Niño-driven rainfall triggered many landslides and debris flows in northern and north-central California during the winter and spring of 1997-98. The 1997-98 rainy season began normally in the fall of 1997, but turned unusually wet in late November. The 1998 Anzar Road landslide occurred as a reactivation of an old landslide in Pleistocene nonmarine claystone, sandstone and conglomerate immediately adjacent to the San Andreas rift Zone. Destructive movement began during the early morning of april 22 as a moderately deep-seated earth slide within the area of the old landslide. This slide, on an average slope of 12 degrees,...
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The April 1998 El Niño-Triggered Anzar Road landslide, San Benito County, California El Niño-driven rainfall triggered many landslides and debris flows in northern and north-central California during the winter and spring of 1997-98. The 1997-98 rainy season began normally in the fall of 1997, but turned unusually wet in late November. The 1998 Anzar Road landslide occurred as a reactivation of an old landslide in Pleistocene nonmarine claystone, sandstone and conglomerate immediately adjacent to the San Andreas rift Zone. Destructive movement began during the early morning of april 22 as a moderately deep-seated earth slide within the area of the old landslide. This slide, on an average slope of 12 degrees,...
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An orthoimage is remotely sensed image data in which displacement of features in the image caused by terrain relief and sensor orientation has been mathematically removed. Orthoimagery combines the image characteristics of a photograph with the geometric qualities of a map.


    map background search result map search result map Color Infra-Red Digital Orthophoto Quadrangles 2001 for Wyoming at 1:40,000 Anzar road landslide, San Benito County, California. 1998. Anzar road landslide, San Benito County, California. 1998. Anzar road landslide, San Benito County, California. 1998. Anzar road landslide, San Benito County, California. 1998. Port Valdez, Alaska. Early 1900s. Anzar road landslide, San Benito County, California. 1998. Anzar road landslide, San Benito County, California. 1998. Anzar road landslide, San Benito County, California. 1998. Anzar road landslide, San Benito County, California. 1998. Color Infra-Red Digital Orthophoto Quadrangles 2001 for Wyoming at 1:40,000 Port Valdez, Alaska. Early 1900s.