|Statement||by Kenneth L. Wahl, John R. Crippen, and James M. Knott|
|Series||Open-file report / U.S. Geological Survey -- 80-1005, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 80-1005|
|Contributions||Crippen, John R., 1920-, Knott, J. M, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Get this from a library! Floods of January and February in California. [Kenneth L Wahl; John R Crippen; J M Knott; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Get this from a library! Floods of February in southern California and central Arizona. [Edwin H Chin; B N Aldridge; R J Longfield; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.] -- See journals under US Geological survey. Prof. paper LANDSLIDES Southern California Landslides of and by James E. Slosson and James P. Krohn Landsliding and Flooding in Southern California During . Here's a Dr George Fishbeck weather video from the KABC-TV 7 newscast of the day before the San Jacinto levy had the disastrous break and flood of Feb " February rainfall (following excess rain in January) was record breaking in many (Riverside) County areas.
California Washed Away: The Great Flood of January ; to the history books, sequences onto 6- and 2-km grids using a regional weather model of January and February . 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, ). FLOODS OF JANUARY-FEBRUARY IN CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA by S. E. Rantz and E. E. Harris ABSTRACT Widespread flooding occurred in central California and northwestern Nevada during January 31 - February 1, , as a result of intense precipitation of about 72 hours duration. The flood-producing storm was of the warm type, with precipi. California with rainfall of 1 inch at Riverside. This occurred during the strong El Niño of Widespread heavy rains in Southern California. ” fell during this period in San Bernardino. ” in 24 hours at Squirrel Inn (near Lake Arrowhead) during and , a record 24 hour rainfall for California until
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. It combines the great Southern California storm of Jan. , , back-to-back with the Northern California storm of Feb. , , and what would happen if . The California flood of was a massive flood that submerged large portions of present-day megaflood was a result of sustained major rain storms across the region, enhanced by an unusually powerful atmospheric river. The flooding affected the indigenous peoples of California, in pre-industrial advancement populations.. In addition to this event, geologic evidence indicates. WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF FEBRUARY Previous Article. WEATHER AND CIRCULATION OF FEBRUARY California Floods. California Floods Authors: Robert R. Dickson. x. Search for articles by this author January , Vol. 78, No. 1. Featured Special Collections. Waves to .