How Ancient Floods Have Shaped Our Landscape | Earthshocks: Megaflood | Earth Stories
200 Miles east of Seattle, Washington lies the Scablands, an unusual landscape full of intriguing layer deposits, gorges, and vast open land that looks as though it has ripples in it. For decades, scientists have wondered what as led to the unique formation of this area. Some believe it was glacial melting, and others believe it was river erosion, or a massive flood millions of years ago. To understand what the truth is behind the landscape, we take a look at the land through geology.