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Monsoon Rains and Debris Flows in Arizona
June 30, 2013 | Arizona Public Media

A new video titled “Monsoon Rains Bring the Risk of Debris Flows” has been posted on the Arizona Public Media website. Phil Pearthree of the Arizona Geological Survey guides you through some debris flow deposits.

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