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Debris Flow Danger Follows Storms in Southern California

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Title: Debris Flow Danger Follows Storms in Southern California


The powerful storms that swept through Southern California dumped a lot of rain in that region, leaving behind the danger of debris flows.

Sue Cannon, USGS research geologist, explains the hazardous situation facing residents in and near the San Gabriel Mountains, how people in the area can respond to these hazards, and what the USGS is doing to respond.

Location: CA, USA

Date Recorded: 1/25/2010

Audio Producer: David Hebert , U.S. Geological Survey

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