Middle Fork Salmon River study area map

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Figure 1 - (left) The large (~ 7,500 km2) Middle Fork Salmon River watershed, located in central Idaho, encompasses steep rugged terrain. Blue and red polygons show the contributing areas of ten recent debris-flow producing basins that have recently incised alluvial fans located at the tributary junction. The blue line is the main-stem Middle Fork Salmon River which flows south-west to north-east. The stars represent the locations of five nearby weather stations. (right) The location of the larger (~ 35,079 km2) Salmon River watershed is outlined with a blue polygon and the Middle Fork Salmon (MFSR) is outlined in red.

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