The Boulder Creek CZO and coauthors are highlighted in recent articles for their analysis of flooding and debris flows from the historic 2013 Boulder floods using LiDAR and radioactive soil dating techniques.
Phys.org LiDAR studies of the Sept. 2013 Colorado Front Range flooding and debris flows
Wired Lasers Map the Earth That Moved in Colorado’s Epic Floods
The Geology paper biblio Exhumation by debris flows in the 2013 Colorado Front Range storm
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Exhumation by debris flows in the 2013 Colorado Front Range storm. Anderson, S.W., Anderson, S. P., and Anderson, R. S. (2015): Geology, Geological Society of America
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19 Sep 2013 - On Monday September 16 2013 Rachel Gabor assembles a small crew to take samples on Boulder creek.
18 Sep 2013 - Assessing Gordon Gulch continues
18 Sep 2013 - BcCZOII member, Nate Rock, was able to access Lower Gordon Gulch via Golden Gate on 17 September 2013 only to find that the GGL gauge had been...
13 Sep 2013 - Investigators and staff rush into action to collect samples and observe impacts
25 Oct 2013 - Persistent, heavy rains in the Colorado Front Range broke several rainfall records and led to catastrophic flooding and geomorphic activity.