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Slumgullion Debris Flow

Slumgullion mud flow, Hinsdale Co., Colorado, USA

The Slumgullion Debris Flow is about 6.8 kilometres long, covers an area of about 4.6 square kilometres, and is estimated to be a volume of around 170 million cubic metres. The debris flow occurred about 700 to 800 years ago when a large volume of altered and unaltered volcanic rocks collapsed into a viscous mass movement, most likely after a ...
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