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How an 'atmospheric river' drenched British Columbia and led to floods and mudslides

By John J Clague, Emeritus Professor, Earth Sciences, Simon Fraser University
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An atmospheric river is a band of warm, moisture-laden air many hundreds of kilometres long and hundreds of kilometres wide. It can dump prodigious amounts of rain over a large area.The Conversation

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