During the course of this summer, there was not much rainfall, as illustrated in the graph below, which is based upon rainfall at two local stations, one at the Lake Oswego City Hall, and the other at the Westlake Fire Station.
Bottom of the root wad of the fallen tree.
The Root System Revealed
Water, Water Everywhere – Part 2
The differences in the surfaces of these two watersheds creates an enormous difference in the water flow in the major creeks of the watershed. These differences are illustrated using data from the same “rain event” in both watersheds.
Head-on view of fallen tree’s root system along Middle Creek Trail.
Side view of fallen tree’s root system along Middle Creek Trail.
The author demonstrating his plans for a forest on Washington Square’s Parking Lot.
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Date and time: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 13:39:02 GMT