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  • Mud Creek Slide on Hwy. 1 in Big Sur isn't done moving

    U.S. Geological Survey research geologists are keeping a close eye on the 13 acres of new land in Big Sur created by the Mud Creek Slide, about 9 miles north of the Monterey County/San Luis Obispo County line. The land is continuing to shift and change th

U.S. Geological Survey research geologists are keeping a close eye on the 13 acres of new land in Big Sur created by the Mud Creek Slide, about 9 miles north of the Monterey County/San Luis Obispo County line. The land is continuing to shift and change th U.S. Geological Survey
U.S. Geological Survey research geologists are keeping a close eye on the 13 acres of new land in Big Sur created by the Mud Creek Slide, about 9 miles north of the Monterey County/San Luis Obispo County line. The land is continuing to shift and change th U.S. Geological Survey

Mud Creek Slide is still moving. And geologists are using lasers and 3-D models to track it

June 19, 2017 5:51 PM