USGS Washington Water Science Center
Links on this page are no longer updated as of November 7, 2014. Please contact Marijke van Heeswijk at email@example.com for questions.Source of information is USGS unless otherwise noted. Definition of Source Abbreviations
|12166150||North Fork Stillaguamish River near Swede Heaven, WA
(gage height, turbidity)
|12166185||North Fork Stillaguamish River at C-Post Bridge near Oso, WA
|12166190||North Fork Stillaguamish River Northeast Pooled Slide Area near Oso, WA
(lake elevation) (station discontinued June 10, 2014)
|12166200||North Fork Stillaguamish River East Pooled Slide Area near Oso, WA
(lake elevation, water temperature) (station discontinued May 7, 2014)
|12166220||North Fork Stillaguamish River SW Pooled Slide Area near Oso, WA
(lake elevation) (station discontinued April 25, 2014)
|12166240||North Fork Stillaguamish River at Rowan, WA
|12166300||North Fork Stillaguamish River near Oso, WA
(gage height, turbidity, specific conductance, dissolved oxygen)
|05B090||North Fork Stillaguamish River at Oso (source: WADOE)
(discharge, gage height, precipitation, water and air temperature)
|12166400||North Fork Stillaguamish River at Whitehorse Trail near Oso, WA
|12166495||North Fork Stillaguamish River at Oso, WA
|12167000||North Fork Stillaguamish River near Arlington, WA
(discharge, gage height)
|12170300||Stillaguamish River near Stanwood, WA (gage affected by tides)
(gage height, turbidity, water temperature and velocity)
Jonathan Godt, landslides
Rex Baum, landslides
Dick Iverson, landslides & debris flows (page includes videos of experimental debris flows)
Chris Magirl, fluvial geomorphology
Jim O'Connor, fluvial geomorphology
Engel, J., 2006, Steelhead Landslide, January 25, 2006 (chronology and images) (source: Stillaguamish Tribe)
Haugerud, R.A., 2014, Preliminary interpretation of pre-2014 landslide deposits in the vicinity of Oso, Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2014-1065, 4 p., http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr20141065.
Iverson, R.M., 2014, Debris flows: behaviour and hazard assessment: Geology Today, v. 30, no. 1, p. 15-20.
Iverson, R.M., and George, D.L., 2014, Landslides that liquefy: implications of the 2014 Oso disaster [abs.]: Geological Society of America, Paper No. 248-5, https://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2014AM/webprogram/Paper243384.html.
Miller, D.J., and Sias, J., 1998, Deciphering large landslides: linking hydrological, groundwater and slope stability models through GIS: Hydrol. Process., v. 12, p. 923-941.