Amazing Flash Flood / Debris Flow Southern Utah HD

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Waimea River Break

Waimea River Break, North Shore, Oahu BEFORE PEOPLE START MAKING ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING HERE, I'D LIKE YOU TO TAKE A SECOND TO THINK ABOUT WHERE ALL RIVERS LEAD. Here's a hint - (into the ocean!) When the waimea river fills up to capacity it breaks through the sand and flows into the ocean. It starts with a trickle then turns into a raging river. Once the water is finished flowing, the waves from the ocean build up the sand again and block the river from flowing into the ocean.

AMAZING BEST Massive Icebergs EVER Caught on Camera | Massive Icebergs Compilation ✔P11

AMAZING BEST Massive Icebergs EVER Caught on Camera | Massive Icebergs Compilation ✔P11 Earthquake caught on camera ... Flash floods are distinguished from regular floods by a timescale of less than six hours Landslide are the most dangerous kind of floods, because they combine the destructive power of a flood with incredible speed and unpredictability . Landslide Caught on Camera You won't be able to keep your eyes off the screen for 10 minutes. Let's watch and feel! ● Subscribe my channel to watch more videos ● Please help me to goal 10.000 ● Subcriber : http://goo.gl/2Iq2ub ● Follow us : http://goo.gl/k5ellz ● Dont forget to Like comment and subscribe

The dam breaks Through!

My brother's dam project sees a bitter end.

Zion National Park - Flash Flood in Three Stages

This is what Zion National Park looks like during a flash flood - grand waterfalls cascading from the top of Zion's epic red cliffs - breathtaking scenery! Look at how the water rises at 1 minute!!! On August 3rd we received a flash flood warning...hoping to see the cascades, we drove up the canyon from SunSet Canyon Ranch and witnessed this unforgettable view.

Dam-breach experiment, outburst flood from an overtopping lake (summary of USGS study)

FULL USGS VIDEO HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J08__r3H1LI&t=2s I gave a talk at the PAGES 2017 meeting about this: https://youtu.be/tyhHjDLwHlI?t=2m40s Why do natural and man-made dams quickly collapse when the water level exceeds the height of the barrier, rather than just allowing the water to gradually overflow? In this dam-breach experiment, a 1-m deep overtopping pond triggers a small flood by gradually eroding the compacted-sand barrier. By USGS, Oregon (2012-06-13). Logan, M., and Iverson, R.M., 2007, revised 2013, Video documentation of experiments at the USGS debris-flow flume 1992–2006 (amended to include 2007–2013): U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2007–1315 v. 1.3., http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2007/1315/. Another related article: Walder, J.S., Iverson, R.M., Godt, J.W., Logan, M., Solovitz, S.A., 2015. Controls on the breach geometry and flood hydrograph during overtopping of non-cohesive earthen dams: DAM-BREACH HYDRAULICS AND HYDROGRAPHS. Water Resour. Res. n/a–n/a. doi:10.1002/2014WR016620 Ownership: USGS, published under FOIA: https://www2.usgs.gov/foia/

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July 18th 2013. Massive debris flow / flash flood in Southern Utah. Close to 3" of rain fell north of my location and I filmed these shots 6+ hours after the fact.

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