We are grateful for the numerous discussions both in the field and at the community meetings with the City of Anaheim’s chief senior engineering geologist, Mark McLarty, of Eberhart and Stone, Inc., (714) 921-4810. Mr. McLarty provided much of the information included herein about the “Avenida de Santiago” landslide.
We are also extremely grateful to the City of Anaheim’s attorney, Thomas S. Salinger, of Rutan and Tucker, (714) 641-5100. Mr. Salinger produced numerous photographs taken by the City of Anaheim which prove that the effect of the landslide and its destructive powers continue on to this very day -- over five years after the occurrence of the initial slide and evacuation.
We are honored for any assistance we may have been to the Southern California Studies Center, based at The University of Southern California, in the preparation of their Atlas of Southern California Vol. #2, which includes a section on "Natural Hazards."
We are honored to be included as a reference site for the Department of Geology at Colgate University.
We are honored to be included as a reference site for the Geotechnical Engineering Department at Kingston University in Surrey, England.
We are honored to be included as a reference site for the Department of Geography/Geology, Geonet, at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania.
We are honored to be included as part of the course study program for the Department of Geosciences, Geology 322: Environmental Geology, at North Dakota State University.