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INDUSTRY INSIGHTS & TRENDS
- Death Valley Flash Flooding
In early August 2022, flash floods soaked Furnace Creek in Death Valley, the driest place in North America. In just three hours on Aug. 5, 2022, a thousand-year rainfall event dropped 75 percent of the local average annual rainfall, which is just under 2 inches (5 centimeters).
- Ancient Settlements Uncovered in the Amazon
Mysterious mounds in the southwest corner of the Amazon Basin were once the site of ancient urban settlements, scientists have discovered.
- Ice Springs Lava Flow
The Ice Springs lava flow lies about 10 miles (16 kilometers) west of the town of Fillmore, Utah, in the Black Rock Desert.
- Bodie Heritage Kept Alive with 3D Digital Archive
Scientists from the University of California (UC) Merced have digitally mapped the fragile remains of the once-flourishing gold rush “ghost town” of Bodie, Calif., as part of the Bodie 3D Project.
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