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Assessment, Restoration, and Management of the North Puyallup Trail, Mount Rainier National Park
The N Puyallup Trail, on Klapatche Ridge in Mount Rainier National Park, was originally the end of the Westside Road. The N Puyallup Trail has developed issues of surface erosion and landsliding since the area east of Klapatche Point was converted to wilderness area in 1988 (Owens, 2006). The wilderness designation limits the ...
Relationship between temperature and dry-weather jokulhlaups from South Tahoma Glacier, Mount Rainier, Washington
Jokulhlaups, or glacial outburst floods, from South Tahoma Glacier on Mount Rainier pose a threat to park visitors, staff, and infrastructure. Jokulhlaups release without surficial precursors, and transition into debris flows as they surge downslope. Walder and Driedger (1995) calculated the relative frequency, called the ...