California flood of 1605
The California flood of 1605 was a massive flood that covered large sections of present day California. It was a result of sustained major rain storms across the region. The flooding affected the indigenous peoples of California, in pre-European colonization populations.
Similar major floods happened in the California region in: 212, 440, 603, 1029, 1418, and 1862.
- news.yahoo.com: "Scientists warn California could be struck by winter 'superstorm' "
- Google Books: 'Terrestrial vegetation of California' p.65
- ScienceDirect - Quaternary Research : A Large California Flood and Correlative Global Climatic Events 400 Years Ago
- Overview of the Arkstorm Scenario. USGS. p. 2.
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