Pic2 - front lawn and his back yard because the water had...

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Name: Ramakrishna Dingari Student ID: 132-00-8257 Photo title (brief description): This picture shows the melting of the snow that fell a week ago. And some flooding because of the excess water. Photo Date: 03/23/2011 Time: Afternoon Location (as complete as possible): This was on the pipes outside my friend’s house. Primary nature of event (circle one): a) Atmospheric b) Landscape Landscape event. His lawn was flooded because the ground was already saturated by the heavy rains from the weeks before. Description of event (1-2 paragraphs): I took this picture when I was visiting my friend’s house last week. It shows the snow melting. What this picture doesn’t show is that the melting snow, combined with the rain was flooding his
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Unformatted text preview: front lawn and his back yard because the water had nowhere else to go. The ground was oversaturated by water due to the record amount of snowfall this year and the heavy rains that pounded his area for a week. His mother’s garden was destroyed because the water basically drowned the plants and made everything so muddy that it was hard to walk on the grass without having your foot sink 2-3 inches into the ground. Pages in textbook where the phenomena is discussed: Page 486, Physical Geography-A Landscape Appreciation, McKnight and Hess. 9 th Edition Citation of related reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Storm_train#Thunderstorm_training...
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course PSYC 311 taught by Professor Mayhew during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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