The October 24, 2016 Information Note, “2016 Mount Currie Rock Fall and Local Instabilities" was prepared by engineering staff from the Coast Engineering Group and the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operation's research geomorphologist, after analysing photographs and data of September 2016 rockfall activity on Mount Currie.
The Catiline Creek Debris-Flow Hazard and Risk Assessment was conducted to quantify the geotechnical risks to certain sites within Lillooet Lake Estates and Heather Jean Properties, two adjacent off-grid communities located in Electoral Area C of the SLRD, about 21 km east of Pemberton. Funded by Emergency Management BC, the Assessment was commissioned following recent debris flows; there have been three debris flows since 2004.
This report is an exerpt from Georisk: Assessment and Management of Risk for Engineered Systems and Geohazards; 2:1, 48 - 64. Friele, Pierre, Jakob, Matthias, and Clague, John (2008).
This report describes the debris flow event that occurred on Cataline Creek, also known as Catalina Creek, on August 30, 2013. It also includes an operational safety plan for the clean-up of the In-SHUCK-ch Forest Service Road, and provides a summary of residual risk and possible long term remediation required.