n. an abnormal amount of surface water resulting from a heavy fall of rain or snow

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Pinkham, Richard, and Rocky Mountain Institute. Daylighting : New Life for Buried Streams. Old Snowmass, Co.: Rocky Mountain Institute, 2000.
Raver, Anne. “Where the Water Was” Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2018.

Raver, Anne. “Where the Water Was.” Image. Landscape Architecture Magazine, October 2018.
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Spirn, Anne Whiston. "Restoring Mill Creek: Landscape Literacy, Environmental Justice and City Planning and Design." Landscape Research 30, no. 3 (2005): 395-413.
Spirn, Anne Whiston. The West Philadelphia Landscape Project Website.
Tyson, Peter. "A 300 year Struggle." Storm that Drowned a City, NOVA, PBS. November 2005.
Wilson Center. “The American Planning Tradition: Culture and Policy.” Image. Wilson Center, 2000.