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  1. Mike Clark
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    Look at the depth just east of ” E SWELL “. It is between -60 meters, and -80 meters.
    This means the Basin was a dry Agricultural Valley until the sea level reached about -60
    meters. Then the rising sea level would have poured in and erroded a channel downward
    as it filled in the Basin with salt water. By correlating exoduses from locations such as this to
    higher ground, and to areas that have fresh water, and good agricultural lands, one (you ) can
    compare written records of flood events to geophysical-hydrologic events such as the sea level
    rise following the melting of the continental galaciers, and later the mountain valley glaciers.


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