Sunday, June 14, 2009

More about the Spokane floods

A blogger at Highly Allochthonous gave a perfect description of the Spokane Floods I blogged about last month. Anne Jefferson, of the University of North Carolina, has been on the ground all over the region and took very descriptive photos of the landforms. Her image of the "high-water marks" left from ancestral Lake Missoula is terrific. If you thought the brief piece I wrote was interesting, go read Anne Jefferson's. I definitely need to go back to the Pacific Northwest to spend more time on the ground. No, there's no explaining this passion to go looking at landforms.

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