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Humbug Creek between Lawson Gulch and Sucker Creek
BAER assessing McKinney burned area
BAER Geologists assessing impacts from 8-2-22 debris flow event at a bridge just above the confluence of Little Humbug Creek and the Klamath River
BAER Hydrologists assess McKinney burned area
Vesa Creek looking up-canyon from County Road 8J001 where creek temporarily diverted from the original stream channel, crossing the road
Riparian area of Humbug Creek just downstream of Eliza Gulch that has an unburned to low soil burn severity
Debris flow material in Little Humbug Creek
A steel storage container rests next to a bridge on Humbug Creek Road after 8-2-22 heavy rains that caused localized flooding and debris flows