2 edition of Mechanics and movement of the Lookout Creek Earthflow found in the catalog.
Mechanics and movement of the Lookout Creek Earthflow
Keith A. Mills
Written in English
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Marvin R. Pyles; The Lookout Creek Earthflow is located in the Cascade Mountain Range in western Oregon. Seasonal slope movements also show similar developments. The measurements referred to by Swanson and Swanston () concerning the earthflow in the Tertiary pyroclastic rocks of the western Cascade Range at the Lookout Creek, Oregon, illustrate this mode of slope movement (Fig.
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