Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week.

Stuff we linked to on Twitter last week

A post by Chris RowanA post by Anne JeffersonWe’ve been away for a couple of weeks, but now we return you to your normal linky service.




Flooding in Minnesota

For those following the on-going Red River flooding, the river appears to have crested yesterday in Fargo at 38.75 feet, about 0.75 feet lower than had been predicted. However, it is raining in the area now, and river levels will remain high for some time. 38.75 feet is the fourth highest crest on record, but 3 feet lower than the record flooding of 2009. Of course, the Red River is not the only Midwestern River above flood stage. There is moderate to major flooding now on the Minnesota, Mississippi, and St. Croix Rivers now as well. The links below are from several of those floods.



General Geology


Interesting Miscellaney

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