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Rogue River - Mt. Mazama ash deposits [1]
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Along sections of the Upper Rogue River past Union Creek Resort, there are large white ash cliffs that date back from the Mt. Mazama (Crater Lake) eruption 7,700 years ago.  In these cliffs, one can still find charred logs that were slowly buried by the ash from the eruption.  View of Rabbit Ears in background.

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