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Southern California floods of January, 1916

H. D. McGlashan

Southern California floods of January, 1916

by H. D. McGlashan

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Floods -- California.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: Department of the interior.

    Statementby H.D. McGlashan and F.C. Ebert; prepared in cooperation with the state of California.
    SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper -- 426
    ContributionsEbert, Fred Charles, 1881-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC801 .U2 no.426
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80 p.
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22975367M
    LC Control Number18000150

    Fan(s)/Location. Hazard(s) a Reference. Comments. Carefree fan Carefree, Arizona. 4,5,8, Hjalmarson, b. Storm of October 6, , produced runoff in all of the trenched distributary channels on the alluvial fan. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA STORMS AND FLOODS OF JANUARY-FEBRUARY THE STORMS AND RESULTING FLOODS From January 6 to Febru , a series of storms produced 20 to 40 inches of rain over much of the southern California coastal and mountain areas and more than 52 inches at some stations in the San Bernardino by: 1.

    Historical Extreme Annual Rainfall Data in California by James D. Goodr idge Return Periods of Precipitation in Southern California and Arizona by Charles Pyke 3. DOWNSTREAM RIVER FLOODING Hydrology of the Floods of March Through February in the Phoenix Area, Arizona by B. N. Aldridge Floods of and in California. The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) , Janu , NOON EDITION, Im brought to you by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.

    Landsliding and flooding in southern California during the winter of (Open file report / California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology) [Weber, F. Harold] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Landsliding and flooding in southern California during the winter of (Open file report / California Department of ConservationAuthor: F. Harold Weber. In July of , two Category 4 hurricanes converged over western North Carolina causing more than three days of downpours and the worst flood in history of the Catawba River. The first storm arrived early in the month from the Gulf of Mexico with the .


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Southern California floods of January, 1916 by H. D. McGlashan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title Southern California floods of January,Contributor Names McGlashan, H. (Harry Deyoe), 8 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FLOODS OF JANUARY, struction or assessing it against the properties to be protected. A fundamental requirement for this study is a knowledge of precipita­ tion and stream flow, such as that presented in the records given in the following by: 2.

Get this from a library. Southern California floods of January. [H D McGlashan; Fred Charles Ebert]. Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: McGlashan, H.

Southern California floods of January, (OCoLC) Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader. The Great Flood of was the largest flood in the recorded history of Oregon, Nevada, and California, occurring from December to January It was preceded by weeks of continuous rains and snows in the very high elevations that began in Oregon in November and continued into January Location: Oregon, Nevada, California.

All types of floods can occur in California, though 90% are caused by riverine flooding. Such flooding generally occurs as a result of excessive rainfall, excessive snowmelt, excessive runoff, levee failure or a combination of these sources. Below is a list of flood events that were of significant impact to California December – January California's Great Flood.

The flood of broke every record in the book. The death and destruction it caused in Western NC defined flooding for an entire generation of survivors. The death and destruction it caused in Western North Carolina defined flooding for an entire generation of survivors, and their stories live on nearly years later.

The floods that came after the record-breaking rains of January are still considered the biggest weather disaster in San Diego history. Twenty-two. The rains that swept southern California in mid-Januaryconverted the streams into torrents that overran their banks and devastated wide areas of the most fertile land of the State.

Southern California Floods of January, by Harry Deyoe McGlashan: New. $ + $ Shipping. The Floods of July How the Southern Railway Organization Met an Em- unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. See the seller’s listing for full details.

See all condition definitions- opens in Seller Rating: % positive. Southern California is bracing for more scattered showers and lower temperatures, where record-breaking storms have created serious problems El Niño storm pummels California coast, floods.

Hatfield went to work. Rains came in early Januarycausing some flooding. And then all hell broke loose across the county in the last week of the month. Historian Thomas W. Patterson described the scene in a issue of the Journal of San Diego History: Washouts tore out miles of tracks and trains were stopped for 32 days.

Heavy rains unleashed destructive rivers of mud and debris in Southern California on Tuesday morning -- leaving at least eight dead, destroying homes and spurring rescues as the flooding forced. During January and Februarystorms caused substantial rises in streamflow throughout much of California.

In mid-January flooding occurred in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada and in the central coast area. In late January and mid-February, high floodflows in streams in coastal southern California caused much damage and several deaths.

Heavy rain fell on multiple large burn scars Tuesday morning in Southern California. Mudslides, rescues and a fire were reported among the flooding Tuesday. At least 13 people have died in the. From January, Southern California and specifically the city of Los Angeles received between inches of rain.

The Ventura, Santa Ynez, and Santa Clara Rivers all crested and flooded. Tonight’s featured object from the museum’s holdings is an important early paper from the federal government, specifically the United States Geological Survey within the Department of the Interior on “Southern California Floods of January, ,” issued in Researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego and Read Full Article.

USA – Flash Floods in Southern California and Arizona. 30 November, 30 January, The flood of was the worst natural disaster in the history of the South Bay. It has been blamed on Charles Hatfield, the infamous rainmaker who erected platforms near the Morena Reservoir Jan.

1,sending chemicals into the air that produced the rain that ended a. Peak discharges in southern California were slightly less than in January, but the Salinas River at Spreckels on February 26 had a new peak discharge of record that exceeded the March peak by 11 percent.

Sixty lives were lost in the January-February floods, and the estimated property damage was about $ million (Nelson and Haley, ). A powerhouse storm slammed into southern California on Friday, bringing flash floods and mudslides and leading to traffic chaos across much of the region.

Dramatic rescues, flooding, evacs amid downpours in Southern California Record rainfall and fears of mudslides, avalanches as third and most powerful in series of storms hits hard Coronavirus Updates.