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Mass Wasting - Types of Mass Movement - Flows
... more resembles fluid behavior is called a flow ... These include avalanches, mudflows, debris flows, earth flow, lahars and sturzstroms ...
Chugwater Creek
... northeast of Laramie, in the Laramie Mountains in eastern Albany County and flows 92.6 miles (149 km) ... It flows northeast, emerges from the mountains and flows past Chugwater, where it turns north-northwest, and flows past Slater ...
Rivers Of Finland - Rivers Flowing To Russia, To The White Sea
... Pistojoki (south-east of Kuusamo) - flows to the Kem River in Russia Lakes Muojärvi and Kuusamojärvi in Kuusamo Oulankajoki (north-east of Kuusamo) - flows to the Kovda River in Russia Kitkanjoki (near the ...
Drac (river)
... It flows through several reservoirs, including the Lac de Monteynard-Avignonet ... It flows into the Isère near Grenoble ... The Drac flows through the following départements and towns Hautes-Alpes Saint-Bonnet-en-Champsaur Isère Corps, Grenoble The name of Drac, originally the Drau, is due to an attraction by the occitan drac "imp ...
Mount Asama - Eruptive History - Tenmei Eruption
... plinian eruption in 1783 produced andesitic pumice falls, pyroclastic flows, lava flows, and enlarged the cone ... eruption lasted for 15 hours and there were pumice falls and pyroclastic flows ... are explained by rapid deposits of coarse pyroclastic ash near the vent and the subsequent flows of lava and these events which were accompanied by a high ...

Famous quotes containing the word flows:

    Love is like some fresh spring, first a stream and then a river, changing its aspect and its nature as it flows to plunge itself in some boundless ocean, where restricted natures only find monotony, but where great souls are engulfed in endless contemplation.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)

    While the town small-talk flows from lip to lip;
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    George Crabbe (1754–1832)

    The point of the dragonfly’s terrible lip, the giant water bug, birdsong, or the beautiful dazzle and flash of sunlighted minnows, is not that it all fits together like clockwork--for it doesn’t ... but that it all flows so freely wild, like the creek, that it all surges in such a free, finged tangle. Freedom is the world’s water and weather, the world’s nourishment freely given, its soil and sap: and the creator loves pizzazz.
    Annie Dillard (b. 1945)