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The Nile River is commonly regarded as the longest river in the world, flowing for 4,258 miles (6,853 km) over 11 countries in northeastern Africa. In this Overview, it is shown flowing north through Egypt, forming a large delta before emptying into the Mediterranean Sea. Civilizations since ancient times have depended on the waters of the Nile to flood and fertilize the surrounding desert lands.See more here: bit.ly/3mQnQhD29.336389°, 31.224667°Source imagery: Airbus Space© CNES 2020, Distribution Airbus DS ... See MoreSee Less
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Blair Tormey working with Cape Lookout NS Superintendent Jeff West. We are assisting the park with identifying sites that threatened visitor facilities might be relocated to after future storms. The goals: reduce vulnerability and protect natural resources. Also, thanks to Katie Peek for her analysis on this project. Some things we do are just such an honor. #wcu ... See MoreSee Less
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Tsunami flooding - Tutukaka, New Zealand“#Tsunami surge taken at Tutukaka #eqnz t.co/iBeOo4594y ... See MoreSee Less
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Tsunami arrival... Tokomaru Bay, New Zealand“BREAKING VIDEO: Very first waves of Tsunami rolling at Tokomaru Bay, New Zealand: WATCH: #Tsunami #earthquake #NewZealand t.co/o87ToIl8ap ... See MoreSee Less
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We need beaches without dunes! We know that folks engineering beaches and building storm protection for coastal infrastructure are very fond of building large, continuous "dunes." That is fine in some places, but we need to keep in mind that we also need lots of shoreline where the dunes have been knocked down, or where the dunes are not continuous. Unvegetated sand flats are critical for shorebird nesting and resting— including listed species like piping plovers. When we see these overwash fans here at the north end of Longboat Key, FL, we think, "now that's what a beach looks like." Drone photo Feb. 14, 2021. #LongboatKey #Overwash ... See MoreSee Less
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Wetlands restoration project with NPS out at Channel Islands NP. Man, do I miss good old fashioned fieldwork. Two WCU undergrads on the left. Katie (in purple) is now one of two lead scientists on our NPS work. Rob, lying down on the job as usual. March, 2006. #wcu ... See MoreSee Less
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