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RAIN GARDENS

RAIN GARDENS

RAIN GARDENS Planting for water quality What is a rain garden?

By Faraday
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Mass Movements: Flows

Mass Movements: Flows

Mass Movements: Flows. Semester Schedule. 28-Oct Creep Processes 31-Oct No Class 4-Nov Style/Activity/Distribution 7-Nov Type: Slides 9-Nov FIELD TRIP 11-Nov Type: Flow 14-Nov Type: Topple and Rockfall 18-Nov Causes: Earthquakes and Overloading

By tad
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Part 5

Part 5

Part 5. CHARACTER OF RIVER CHANNELS. Stages in maturity of landscape evolution revealed by channel morphology and adjacent flood plains. .

By arawn
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Landslide

Landslide

Landslide. Hazards and solutions. Benjamin Polstra, Delia Kimmel, Quwana Johnson, Ameena Patterson. What are landslides?. What regions are most prone to landslides?. Mountains (Steep Land) Large amounts of rain Weak soil Active faults (Cause earthquakes). Forest Falls.

By jefferson
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GEOMORPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE LUCKIAMUTE WATERSHED, CENTRAL COAST RANGE, OREGON:

GEOMORPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE LUCKIAMUTE WATERSHED, CENTRAL COAST RANGE, OREGON:

GEOMORPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE LUCKIAMUTE WATERSHED, CENTRAL COAST RANGE, OREGON: INTEGRATING APPLIED WATERSHED SCIENCE WITH UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH. Steve Taylor Earth and Physical Sciences Department Western Oregon University Monmouth, Oregon 97361. Introduction

By sandro
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GEOG 3251: Mountain Geog, summer 2007 Adina Racoviteanu

GEOG 3251: Mountain Geog, summer 2007 Adina Racoviteanu

Mountain hazards: Earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides. GEOG 3251: Mountain Geog, summer 2007 Adina Racoviteanu. What is an earthquake?. Earthquake = Vibration of the Earth produced by the rapid release of energy Seismic waves = Energy moving outward from the focus of an earthquake .

By nubia
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Of

Of

A fire history reconstruction of the western San Juan Mountains using alluvial sediment and tree-ring methods. Of . Erica Bigio LTRR and Geosciences University of Arizona. L arge and severe wildfires of the past 10 – 20 years:.

By anson
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Sep 2009 M7.6

Sep 2009 M7.6

Sep 2009 M7.6. Landslides and other forms of mass wasting. Particles create an angle of repose based on their size and angularity. Angle of repose. 35°. 40°. 45°. Fine sand. Coarse sand. Angular pebbles. More cohesive. Less cohesive. Damp sand. Dry sand. Water-saturated sand.

By ama
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2,025 (675 x 3) landslide hazard maps for ‘dong’, the smallest

2,025 (675 x 3) landslide hazard maps for ‘dong’, the smallest

2,025 (675 x 3) landslide hazard maps for ‘dong’, the smallest district unit in Korea (461 dongs in Seoul, 214 dongs in Busan). 2,025 (675 x 3) landslide hazard maps for ‘dong’, the smallest district unit in Korea (461 dongs in Seoul, 214 dongs in Busan).

By brita
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The Cretaceous Cayo Formation at Puerto Cayo, Western Ecuador

The Cretaceous Cayo Formation at Puerto Cayo, Western Ecuador

The Cretaceous Cayo Formation at Puerto Cayo, Western Ecuador. Habte G. Churnet Department of Physics, Geology, and Astronomy The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Jonathan W. Mies Department of Physics, Geology, and Astronomy The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

By yachi
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Riparian Thinning Logic Jack Sleeper - Siuslaw National Forest March 20, 2008

Riparian Thinning Logic Jack Sleeper - Siuslaw National Forest March 20, 2008

Riparian Thinning Logic Jack Sleeper - Siuslaw National Forest March 20, 2008. Talk Outline. Riparian Processes Human Impacts to Riparian Areas Siuslaw NF Thinning Design and Effects. Large Trees. Debris Flows. Wood & Sediment from Debris Flow. Upper Green River Landslide.

By wynn
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Evolution of Mars

Evolution of Mars

Evolution of Mars. Burton Gray. Introduction. Comparison of Current Earth, Mars, and Venus Atmospheres Physical and Atmospheric Evolution of Mars. Goldilocks. Venus is Too Hot Greenhouse effect = 400 K Mars is Too Cold Greenhouse effect = 5 K Earth is Just Right Greenhouse effect = 40 K.

By lance
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LANDSLIDES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

LANDSLIDES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

LANDSLIDES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST Recent Advances and Ongoing Challenges West of the Cascades.

By skule
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專題討論

專題討論

專題討論. Debris Flow Run Off Simulation and Verification – Case Study of Chen-You-Lan Watershed, Taiwan. 79842018 蔡怡臻 MAR. 19 2010. Debris flow run off simulation and verification – case study of Chen-You-Lan Watershed, Taiwan. 1.Abstract 2.Numerical model of debris flow

By makoto
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Beyond Peeks Creek

Beyond Peeks Creek

Beyond Peeks Creek. Lessons Learned from the Landslides of September 2004. Patrick D. Moore WFO Greenville-Spartanburg SC. Photo by David Phillips, Macon County News and Shopping Guide, 23 September 2004 edition. By Way Of Introduction…. Did You Know? The WFO GSP Forecast Area has the….

By sabine
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Appalachian Debris Flows: The Need to Increase Awareness and Preparedness

Appalachian Debris Flows: The Need to Increase Awareness and Preparedness

Appalachian Debris Flows: The Need to Increase Awareness and Preparedness. Steve Keighton Science and Operations Officer NOAA/NWS Blacksburg, VA Presented at the 2010 ER Flash Flood Workshop June 2-4, 2010. Acknowledgements. Larry Lee and WFO GSP (sharing presentations and local policy)

By denton
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The Landslide Handbook—A Guide to Understanding Landslides

The Landslide Handbook—A Guide to Understanding Landslides

By: Lynn Highland U.S. Geological Survey & Peter Bobrowsky Geological Survey of Canada. The Landslide Handbook—A Guide to Understanding Landslides. Photo by Chua Chin Hon, Straits Times, Singapore – May 23, 2008, Epicentral area, Wenchuan Earthquake, Sichuan Province , China.

By kerry
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Mammalia – Mammals Xenarthra – Sloth Megalonyx jeffersonii – Jefferson's ground sloth

Mammalia – Mammals Xenarthra – Sloth Megalonyx jeffersonii – Jefferson's ground sloth

ZIEGLER RESERVOIR AND THE SNOWMASTODON PROJECT: NEW HIGH-ELEVATION FOSSIL VERTEBRATE FAUNAS FROM SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO

By corbin
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ALLUVIAL/FLUVIAL

ALLUVIAL/FLUVIAL

ALLUVIAL/FLUVIAL. I. Intro. A. fluvial seds largely classified into 3 dep. environments 1. alluvial 2. braided rivers 3. meandering rivers. http://facstaff.gpc.edu/~pgore/geology/historical_lab/sedenvirons.htm. II. Alluvial Fans. A. cone or apron shaped B. form in high relief areas

By naiara
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Task Force Pablo Philippines

Task Force Pablo Philippines

Task Force Pablo Philippines. JOSE RENE D. ALMENDRAS Cabinet Secretary Office of the President July 15, 2013. Philippines. Population – 92,337,852 (2010 Census) Tropical Climate Area - Covering almost 300,000 sq.km. (over 115,000 sq mi) Located in the Southeast Asian Region.

By bracha
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