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Cathedral Mountain, British Columbia

This is a site description from the 2010 geoNatHaz field school. A small glacier on Cathedral Mountain produces pools of water on its surface, resulting in j√∂kulhlaups (glacial outburst floods) of 10,000 to 24,000 cubic meters of water mobilizing debris … Continue reading

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Rogers Pass, British Columbia

This is a site description from the 2010 geoNatHaz field school. Rogers Pass traverses the Selkirk Mountains at 1330 m above sea level, surrounded by summits reaching nearly 3,440 m above sea level. The region receives an average of 10 … Continue reading

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Transportation Cooridors in British Columbia

Low population density in British Columbia, with populations clustering along the southern border, and strong geomorphic north-south obstructions conspire to limit transportation and communication corridors. The corridors are often multi-purpose with rail, roads, telecommunications, and pipelines in close proximity, and … Continue reading

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