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Paul Burgess
01:09:39
hi everyone! just trying to get my volume dialed in.
Diane Murbach
01:47:14
Thanks Paul for giving your talk to SDAG & SCGS, I see 103 logged into this Zoom meeting right now!
Louis Oppenheim
01:50:56
Definitely 2020 in a single picture!
Carole Southwestern College, Chula Vista
01:52:07
My son was on mandatory evacuation twice as Santiago burned. Canyon is totally burned. up near Orange.
Carl Lenker
01:52:23
Changed from hard courts to clay courts
Paul.Parmentier
01:53:24
LOL, Carl
Hans
02:29:00
Swedish geologist here
Evan Price
02:30:04
bum camp?
Emma Griffie
02:30:28
skateboard ramp
Jeffrey Geraci
02:30:45
Welcome Hans - sensitive clay landslides!
Christian Figueroa
02:42:26
The veg is pampas grass
Dorian
02:44:15
Why is Ca. Geology involved, this sounds like a civil issue from old ag practices & impact on downstream development?
Jeffrey Geraci
02:45:32
Thank you Paul!
melissa stayner
02:45:38
Question for Paul: Did you determine that the residual clay contributed to the slide?
Priscilla Martinez
02:45:41
Awesome data presentation and visuals!
Louis Oppenheim
02:45:59
Thank you for the great talk!
STEPHEN JACOBS
02:46:00
Thank you Paul for a great presentation!
Evan Price
02:46:09
Thanks! great talk
Jeffrey Knott
02:47:33
Did you consider Thornwaite modeling to relate the impact of antecedent water conditions and landslide triggering?
Robert Hawk
02:47:53
Thank you Paul. Good talk!
Bill E.
02:49:05
Encinitas has been an agricultural area for most of its existence. Mostly flower fields, avocados and citrus. Dumping stuff at the heads of small arroyos was common practice in San Diego County for most of the last century. These were the "dumps" through out the region prior to EDCO and Mashburn trash collection. Bill
Dorian
02:49:40
Yes, we agree Bill E.
Mariana Aguilar
02:51:18
But how would one know, prior to buying the land?
Christian Figueroa
02:53:42
Paul, is there an understanding of how much water the owner of the parcel where the event was triggered is used for agriculture?
Demian
02:53:58
I have records of a nearly identical event occurring during these storms. I will email you.
Garrett Mottle
02:54:08
Mariana Aguilar I think what one could do is examine some historical aerials of the property they intend to buy. That could be one method of obtaining knowledge.
melissa stayner
02:54:53
Question for Paul: Did you determine that the residual clay contributed to the slide?
Marie Davis
02:55:37
They probably weren't irrigating the ag land in April
bolson
02:56:39
What was the maximum height or thickness of debris retained by the chainlink? Sorry. I had to step away.
David Lesperance
02:58:10
any dating of debris. Evolution of b
David Lesperance
02:59:01
Evolution of cans and bottles.
bolson
02:59:04
...Brian J. Olson . But it's the GeoBrugg guys that want to know...
Christian Figueroa
02:59:45
Thanks Paul. Great presentation.
Bill E.
03:06:09
Sounds like this is full time employment for lawyers... Bill
Irma Chavez
03:08:17
What was your email again Paul?
Paul Burgess
03:09:46
Paul.Burgess@conservation.ca.gov
Athena Catanzaro
03:10:51
Thank you for an excellent talk Paul!
David Lesperance
03:12:04
More worried about drrought
Jeffrey Geraci
03:28:07
Thanks for a great talk!
Mariana Aguilar
03:28:09
THANK YOU PAUL!