Imminent Geologic and Hydrologic Hazards on Fort Ord BLM Land.
CSU Monterey Bay Watershed Institute,
(Watershed Institute, California State University Monterey Bay, Publication, WI-200)
The Bureau of Land Management acquired 7,500 acres of land as part of the re-use of the decommissioned Fort Ord Army base. A variety of geologic hazards exist on the landscape including gully erosion, mass wasting, and decaying earthen dams. This short report highlights a few critical areas that deserve closer evaluation and remediation. Of particular concern are decaying earthen dams and mass wasting of tall stream banks that may impact BLM infrastructure or adjacent urban development. (Document contains 13 paGES)
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||Imminent Geologic and Hydrologic Hazards on Fort Ord BLM Land
||Watershed Institute, California State University Monterey Bay, Publication
||CSU Monterey Bay Watershed Institute
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||California State University, Monterey Bay. Watershed Institute.
Mr. Kossivi Bessou
||11 Aug 2008 19:38
||29 Sep 2011 20:57
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