Radar Data Show Role of Topography in Fargo Floods

Fargo, North Dakota Fargo, North Dakota. Image credit: NASA/JPL
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April 01, 2009

The Red River in Fargo, North Dakota, flows through flat troughs carved by ancient glaciers, contributing to its flooding history, as seen in this February 2000 image.

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