Ancient floods, modern hazards: principles and applications of paleoflood hydrology, Volume 1
This volume presents studies in hydrology, climatology, hydraulics, geochronology, geomorphology, and stratigraphy highlight recent advances in tools, techniques, and methods for interpreting the physical evidence of` large floods.
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Climate Variability and Flood Frequency at Decadal to Millennial Time Scales
Principles and Methods
Dendrochronologic Evidence for the Frequency and Magnitude of Paleofloods
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