Flooding (Other Keyword)

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Appendix VII: Sevier River Basin Floods Sevier River Basin, Utah (1971)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Max R. Keetch.

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Archeological Investigations of the North Knobs Area, Carbon County, Wyoming (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas K. Larson. J. Pinner. C. Craig. G. M. Zeimens.

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County Line (24MO197): a Warex / Avonlea Phase Site On the Blackfoot River Near It's Confluence With the Clearwater River, Missoula County, Montana (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephen Aaberg.

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Flooding Past and Present: Extreme Geomorphic Events in the Lower Pecos Canyonlands (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles Frederick. Mark Willis. Ken Lawrence. George R. Hermann. Jacob Sullivan.

Although presently a desert environment, extreme flood events are part of life in the Lower Pecos Canyonlands. This paper examines two such flood events, one preserved in the deposits of Skiles Shelter and Kelly Cave, and another that occurred on June 20th 2014. These events provide examples of catastrophic floods that punctuate the sedimentary records in the shelters and contrast with the more incrementally formed deposits that occur in association with human activity in these settings. The...


Interagency Flood Hazard Mitigation Report for Utah (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Anonymous.

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Interagency Hazard Mitigation Post-Flood Recovery Progress Report for Utah (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Anonymous.

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(Mis-) Reading Land: Early Portuguese Settlement on Cape Verde (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Christopher Evans. Marie Louise Sorensen.

This paper considers the early Portuguese settlement on Santiago Island, Cape Verde. Particularly focussing upon the towns of Cidade Velha and Alcatrazes, their immediate topographic settings clearly contributed to the long-term success of the former and the failure of the latter. Nonetheless, the results of a decade of excavation at Cidade Velha demonstrates how long it took for the colonisers to actually understand the landscape’s environmental dynamics, especially the impact of seasonal...