My guess is it is the same thing that happens to the Seymour. That is, there are numerous slides into the reservior itself.
I don't know what the count is this year, but a few years ago, after just one heavy rain, there were almost 30 slides into the Seymour reservior!Cap_Slayer said:I herd the Cap water shed had something like 3-4 slides into it with the last heavy rain. :evil:
That really depends on the size of the slides. As an engineering geologist I have worked on slides that are several hectares in size to those that are less then 0.25 hectares. Check out this abstract with respect to a recent landslide on the Copper River near Terrace http://www.springerlink.com/content/u68150u06x163164/ . As you may or may not be aware, the Copper is still one of the best fishing rivers in the Terrace area.Cap_Slayer said:Well if they"GVRD" are like DFO and lie then I bet you there is a whack of slides up there right now to make Cap Lake the colour it is, as there is no way three slides can do that to a lake the size of Cap Lake