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    Maya Express Floods in the US Midwest

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    1. There was a Midwest flooding causing great destruction in 2008 which can be compared with the flooding of 1993

    2. Study of climate and weather patterns during 1993 revealed large scale circulatory anomalies in the atmosphere or soil moisture in all parts of North America

    3. The increasing moisture flow from the south and the drought across the South eastern United States proves the theory of the moving Atlantic subtropical ridge called the "Bermuda High"

    4. Model study can be used for predicting floods

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    The Maya Express Floods in the US Midwest

    Midwest Flooding in 2008 was one of the most destructive natural phenomenons in the history of United States. It had caused wide ranging flooding in the rivers in the region resulting in injuries as well death. Nine states were badly affected by the natural fury. They were Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. The studies of the US Geological survey had compared the floods of 2008 and 1993. Study ...

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    The solution gives describes about the destructive floods in the US Midwest during 2008, which have the Maya Express characteristics. The solution also shows how US geological survey had conducted study by comparing the floods of 1993 and 2008