Flooding

Some articles on flooding:

Carrigrohane Straight - Flooding
... The Straight is very flat and subject to both tidal and river flooding ... and Iniscarra Dams has enabled some control to be put on the flooding so it is now not as severe ...
Marble-Cone Fire
... This posed the threat of serious flooding in the Big Sur River Valley, where a much smaller August 1972 fire had led to disastrous flooding later that year ... Fortunately, moderate rains resulted in no major flooding problems ...
Carbon Dioxide Flooding
... Carbon dioxide (CO2) flooding is a process whereby carbon dioxide is injected into an oil reservoir in order to increase output when extracting oil ... pressure is depleted through primary and secondary production, Carbon Dioxide flooding can be an ideal tertiary recovery method ... It should also be noted that Carbon dioxide flooding is not affected by the lithology of the reservoir area but simply by the reservoir characteristics ...
Mangala Area - Reservoir Properties
... is to undertake Alkaline-Surfactant-Polymer flooding (ASP) ... ASP flooding would be riskier in terms of costs, well spacing, development time (five years), and would be more sensitive to the oil price ... by 25% when compared to polymer or water flooding ...
Shockoe Bottom - Redevelopment
... After centuries of periodic flooding by the James River, development was greatly stimulated by the completion of Richmond's James River Flood Wall in 1995 ... Ironically, the next flooding disaster came not from the river, but from Hurricane Gaston which brought extensive local tributary flooding along the basin of Shockoe Creek and did extensive ...

More definitions of "flooding":

  • (noun): A technique used in behavior therapy; client is flooded with experiences of a particular kind until becoming either averse to them or numbed to them.
    Synonyms: implosion therapy