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White River
Mount Hood

The White River originates from the White River Glacier on Mt. Hood, Oregon.  The volcanic soil leaves it muddy w/ glacial silt (rock flour).  Glacial floods (Jökulhlaups) have been a problem in the past & can be today, which is evident in this wide alluvial scar.  While Highway 35 is structurally secure for now, there have been bridge washouts in the past as a result.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12804x6402
Taken: 09/08/2019
Uploaded: 24/08/2019


Tags: white river; alluvial; mass wasting; mount hood; oregon; west sno park; highway 35; barlow pass; road; glacial; silt; rock flour; till; glacier; jökulhlaup
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