Jamestown

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Mind Map by julienoffsinger, updated more than 1 year ago
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Created by julienoffsinger over 6 years ago
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This is a mind map about the Jamestown Flooding history

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Jamestown
  1. Boulder County
    1. Population 300
      1. Such a small population for flood prone area
      2. Flooding
        1. 2013
          1. Sustained Heavy Rains
            1. Damage to homes, bridges and water distribution damaged
          2. 1894
            1. Heavy Rains, Snowmelt
              1. Ruined homes and roads
                1. Isolated for a week
            2. 1913
              1. Heavy Rains
                1. All bridges destroyed,
                  1. Isolated for 2 weeks
              2. 1955
                1. Brief Cloud Burst
                  1. Bridge and Home Damage
                2. 1965
                  1. 1969
                    1. Heavy rain and snow
                      1. Destroyed buildings, damaged bridges
                        1. Isolated for 4 days
                  2. Gold Mining
                    1. Reason people moved there
                      1. Why do they stay?
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