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GSA guide to Mount Baker volcanic deposits in the Baker River valley: 19th century lahars, lahars, debris avalanches, and early Holocene subaqueous lava

This pdf is an authorized file of a 1-day field trip I wrote for the 2007 Geological Society of America field trip volume, with my coauthors Kevin M. Scott, and David Lewis.

click here to download the pdf:   2007 Baker GSA trip

The complete field trip volume with all 10 trip guides is available from the GSA online bookstore. There are many other guidebooks available.

Kevin Scott (Red jacket and black cap, at left) describes the deposit of the ca. 1845 Morovitz Creek lahar in Bolder Creek, on the east flank of Mount Baker.

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