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Botanist roots around for flood answers

April 14, 2013

Out of the chaos of Minot’s 2011 flood there has been much to learn, ranging from lessons in water systems management and civic planning to drywalling and home repair....

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EarlyBird

Apr-14-13 7:26 AM

Thanks for the information, being a true North Dakotan I love the shade and wind protection we get from trees.

Lake Agassiz was an immense glacial lake located in the middle of the northern part of North America. Fed by glacial meltwater at the end of the last glacial period, its area was larger than all of the modern Great Lakes combined, and at times it held more water than contained by all lakes in the world today.

The Glacial Lake Souris occupied the basin of the Souris River from the most southern portion of this river's loop in North Dakota to its elbow in Manitoba, where it turned sharply northward and passed through the Tiger Hills. The length of Lake Souris was about 170 miles,the widest portion north of Turtle Mountain, was nearly 70 miles.

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