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Nooksack River landslide near Deming: An update

My friend Dan McShane visited the Nooksack shore immediately across from the Clay Banks landslide toe Saturday and posted a great set of photos on his Washington Landscapes blog, as well as further analysis of the changes to the river channel at the Clay Banks in the past years. Click this to read his report. Dan visited a different area than I did, and his report is well worth reading. His newest photos of the landslide deposit are toward the bottom of the post. Among his observations are blocks of clay across the river from the failing hillside of the Clay Banks. One of his photos is below, showing the landslide toe where the river has cut through it.


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  1. Thanks for the link Dave. It looks like a really interesting landslide so I’m looking forward to your updates on your blog. Stay warm!


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