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Heron watches flooding of Hocking River.
Whites Mill at Athens, Ohio
Scioto River Valley near confluence with Ohio River.
River Barge on Ohio River; Flooded Scioto River Valley in background
Flooding along Northbank in Buckeye Lake
North side of I-70, West of Canal Road
Southfork of Licking River goes South under I-70
Flood waters west of Bell Run along the North side of I-70
Flooded I-70 Interchange
Southfork of Licking River, flooding I-70
Swamp Road flooding
Subjectivity to flooding frequency and duration influences soils interpretations.
Floodwaters help identify the alluvial soils in this landscape.
Alluvial soils are subject to flooding.
The trees survived numerous flooding events, the crops in the field did not.
The lowest soils in the floodplain commonly have the highest flood frequency and duration.
Land use and management is impacted by flooding.
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