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Are Floods the Future for the Interior?

While many Interior rivers were trickling this summer, glacier-fed rivers such as the Gerstle have been swelling, shifting -- and overflowing.

Summer floods will be more common if Alaska continues to experience record high temperatures, reports Alaska Science Forum’s Ned Rozell.

[Read more at Alaska Science Forum]

Alaska Science Forum | Posted 07.23.04 at 4:14 am


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