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OREGON GEOLOGY: Download the latest issue

The White River Bridge on Oregon Route 35, east of Mount Hood, after the debris flow events of early November 2006. Note the blue-jacketed person standing in the channel near the center of the bridge span. The debris deposit is roughly 12-18 ft high on the upslope side of the bridge. Debris completely filled the channel and overtopped the bridge deck. Route 35 was re-opened December 9, 2006. Read more about debris flows in the White River Valley in the newest issue of Oregon Geology.  (Photo by William J. Burns, DOGAMI. ).
The White River Bridge on Oregon Route 35, east of Mount Hood, after the debris flow events of early November 2006. Note the blue-jacketed person standing in the channel near the center of the bridge span. The debris deposit is roughly 12-18 ft high on the upslope side of the bridge. Debris completely filled the channel and overtopped the bridge deck. Route 35 was re-opened December 9, 2006. Read more about debris flows in the White River Valley in the newest issue of Oregon Geology. (Photo by William J. Burns, DOGAMI. ).

A geologic tour of the lower Crooked River Basin, which includes Smith Rock State Park, Ochoco Reservoir and the Redmond and Prineville areas, is one of the highlights of the newest issue of Oregon Geology Magazine.

Published by the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI), the Fall 2006 issue of Oregon Geology is available free online in PDF form at:

Also of interest in Oregon Geology is a look at the geology and the recent debris flows in the upper White River Valley near Mt. Hood, plus an examination of how agencies respond when a debris flow occurs.

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