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Large floods in the United States: where they happen and why

Discussion of large floods and occurrence in relationship to regional climatology, topography, and basin size.

by Water Resources Discipline (Sponsor); O'Connor, James E.; and Costa, John E.
U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1245
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Floods, Hazards, Hydrology, River systems
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