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IRRIGATION
DOWNSTREAM
EROSION
ARGOS
TOPOLOGY INFORMATION
SWITCHES
MUDFLOWS
ERUPTION
HOMEOWNERS
MALAWI
SOUTHERN PART
ROUTING INFORMATION
AUTONOMOUS SYSTEM
PRAGUE
CZECH REPUBLIC
CLIMATE CHANGE
FORWARDING
PHARAOH
TWO-THIRDS
DAMAGED
LOSSES
HUNDREDS
MYCOTOXINS
ROADS
EXTENSIVE FLOODING
AFTERMATH
INUNDATION
SUBJECT
FLASH FLOODING
SUSCEPTIBLE
ASWAN HIGH DAM
DAM
CROPS
LAWSUIT
BREACH
AUG
CORPS
SEA LEVEL
AFFECTED
NETWORK
PACKETS
WINTER MONTHS
RAINFALL
UNCONFIRMED REPORTS
YOUNG SEEDLINGS
RAIN WATER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Flooding is the process by which a router distributes its self- originated LSA to the rest of the routers in the area in case of any link state change. (Web site)
  2. Flooding is the process by which these new LSPs are sent throughout the network to ensure that the databases in all routers remain identical. (Web site)
  3. Flooding is a simple routing algorithm in which every incoming packet is sent through every outgoing link.
  4. Flooding was localized and not significant since drought conditions preceded the storm.
  5. Flooding is instigated when a router detects a topology change.

Irrigation

  1. Growing Environment: Longan trees respond favorably to lots of irrigation, and can stand brief periods of flooding.

Downstream

  1. Downstream of Banbury, most of the villages in the Cherwell valley are similarly set back from the river on higher ground to avoid flooding. (Web site)

Erosion

  1. Storms near the coast can cause coastal flooding and beach erosion as well as sink ships at sea. (Web site)
  2. Red sandstone interior of Lower Antelope Canyon, Arizona, worn smooth by erosion from flash flooding over millions of years. (Web site)

Argos

  1. Zeus orders Poseidon to release the Kraken to destroy Argos by flooding the entire kingdom.

Topology Information

  1. OSPF, and thus MOSPF, uses a flooding technique to advise other OSPF routers of topology information. (Web site)

Switches

  1. This said, even the extra security provided by switches can still be breached with techniques such as MAC flooding and ARP spoofing.

Mudflows

  1. The lateral blast, debris avalanche, mudflows, and flooding caused extensive damage to land and civil works. (Web site)

Eruption

  1. Reports of flooding on the Skagit River from the eruption are, however, probably greatly exaggerated [ 41]. (Web site)
  2. Katla is partially trapped under a glacier and its eruption would create even more flooding problems for Iceland. (Web site)

Homeowners

  1. Uncertainty over the levees has left homeowners unsure about whether to rebuild and about how high houses should stand to avoid future flooding. (Web site)

Malawi

  1. So far this year, flooding has also affected Angola, Madagascar, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
  2. Chikwawa and Nsanje suffered severely heavy flooding in 1989, 1996 and 1998 with most of the floods resulting from heavy rains in the uplands of Malawi.

Southern Part

  1. This water chiefly caused the flooding in the southern part of Old Metairie. (Web site)

Routing Information

  1. Flooding ensures that routing information from any one router reaches all the others. (Web site)
  2. In link state routing, routing information is distributed via a flooding protocol. (Web site)

Autonomous System

  1. Each NSSA-LSA describes a path to a prefix external to the Autonomous System whose flooding scope is restricted to a single NSSA area. (Web site)

Prague

  1. Water engulfed the city of Prague, flooding the historic city center. (Web site)

Czech Republic

  1. Prague in the Czech Republic is also threatened by flooding, but the ancient city of Timbuktu in Mali is in for a different kind of climate stress. (Web site)

Climate Change

  1. The risk of more frequent and severe flooding of vulnerable areas of Belfast and Londonderry will increase under climate change. (Web site)

Forwarding

  1. If you use the ip forward-protocol command, specifying only UDP without the port enables forwarding and flooding on the default ports. (Web site)
  2. UDP flooding depends on the spanning tree algorithm to place interfaces in the forwarding and blocking states. (Web site)

Pharaoh

  1. The god named Hapy was the deification of the annual floods, and both he and the pharaoh were thought to control the flooding of the Nile.
  2. The god’s name was Hapi, and both he and the pharaoh were thought to control the flooding of the Nile River. (Web site)

Two-Thirds

  1. Funds for work at Lake Pontchartrain, the source of the flooding, have fallen by nearly two-thirds over three years, from $14.25 million to $5.7 million. (Web site)

Damaged

  1. After being damaged in flooding from Hurricane Katrina, a new FieldTurf surface was installed for the 2006 football season. (Web site)
  2. Many buildings that withstood the storm and the direct force of the flooding probably were damaged beyond repair by the deleterious effect of long immersion. (Web site)
  3. Over 20,000 homes and businesses were severely damaged by the rising waters, and many more were subjected to minor flooding.

Losses

  1. This is a special type of insurance that covers future losses due to flooding which losses are not covered by most homeowner's policies.
  2. The heavy flooding also caused $80 million in losses to the country's agricultural sector, according to Ukrainian Deputy Agriculture Minister Serhiy Melnyk. (Web site)

Hundreds

  1. There is widespread flooding, hundreds of buildings are destroyed, and the power is out for thousands.

Mycotoxins

  1. Abstract Dust collected in New Orleans homes mold-contaminated because of the flooding after hurricane Katrina was analyzed for molds and mycotoxins.

Roads

  1. The destruction wrought by Katrina, and the flooding thereafter, severely damaged the roads and other infrastructure needed to deliver relief. (Web site)
  2. Roads in the southern Sofala and northern Inhambane areas reportedly will be repaired in the next 10-14 days, if no further flooding occurs.

Extensive Flooding

  1. Levees along Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and the London Avenue and 17th Street canals in New Orleans failed which caused extensive flooding.
  2. In Hurricane Katrina's aftermath, extensive flooding in the Lower Ninth Ward drew national attention to the area's precarious geography.
  3. The Cagayan River and its tributaries are subject to extensive flooding during the monsoon season in Southeast Asia from May to October. (Web site)

Aftermath

  1. In addition, in the aftermath of extensive flooding, health-care providers should be watchful for unusual mold-related diseases. (Web site)

Inundation

  1. During spring, inundation takes place on the Rioni and the Tskhenistskali Rivers, in winter there are shoals, and in autumn –flooding.
  2. Ultimately, this would lead to inundation of the bund and extensive flooding of Cookham Village. (Web site)

Subject

  1. Central, southern and western China are also susceptible to flooding, China is also periodically subject to seismic activity.
  2. However outside the central area, the floors of the valley containing the two rivers remain largely unimproved floodplain, subject to occasional flooding. (Web site)
  3. Prior to erection of defences on the River Rhymney in the 1960's the town was indeed subject to periodic flooding. (Web site)

Flash Flooding

  1. In August, massive rainfall led to flash flooding in the area, putting several streets under water. (Web site)
  2. Mudflows and flash flooding, wildland fires, and even deadly hot ashflow can reach you even if you cannot see the volcano during an eruption. (Web site)
  3. That night we saw on television that the area just south of here had suffered flash flooding, trees blown down and major power cuts as a result of the storm.

Susceptible

  1. The area is susceptible to flash flooding, because of forest fires having denuded parts of the eastern slopes of Mount Penteli. (Web site)
  2. A dip near the 10-610 interchange to go underneath a railroad track is one of the lowest points in New Orleans, and is highly susceptible to flooding.
  3. The U.S. South and East are also more susceptible to flooding as an El Niño influenced winter left the area soggier than usual, the agency added.

Aswan High Dam

  1. In Egypt, both the Aswan Dam (1902) and the Aswan High Dam (1976) have controlled various amounts of flooding along the Nile river.
  2. From here we travel to see the Aswan High Dam, built in the 1960's and 70's to control the flooding of the Nile. (Web site)

Dam

  1. Since Syria built a dam on the Euphrates, the flow of water has been considerably diminished and flooding was no longer a problem in the mid-1980s. (Web site)
  2. A satellite image from early 2007 captures the height of the first flood season where water was released from the dam to assist natural flooding.
  3. The purpose of the dam is to prevent the Nile River from flooding, to harvest water for agricultural purposes and to generate electricity. (Web site)

Crops

  1. This layer also becomes impenetrable to water, leading to flooding and the drowning of crops.
  2. Tuvalu has experienced major flooding of crops and roads as the tides grow higher each year.
  3. Ancient Egyptians in this era emphatically believed that their pharaoh could assure the annual flooding of the Nile for their crops.

Lawsuit

  1. Richard Scruggs, the lawyer who took on Big Tobacco, said in a lawsuit that insurers must cover flooding in their 'hurricane protection' policies. (Web site)

Breach

  1. They serve to maintain stability, to prevent water from flooding the entire ship in the event of a breach of the hull, and to contain fire. (Web site)
  2. One of the hardest hit areas was the Ninth Ward which suffered catastrophic flooding due to a breach in the Industrial Canal.
  3. This breach contributed to the flooding of New Orleans. (Web site)

Aug

  1. In reality, although looting and other property crimes were widespread after the flooding on Monday, Aug. (Web site)
  2. On Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina brought extensive flooding to the city when several levees failed.

Corps

  1. He said, however, the corps couldn't be held liable for the flooding of eastern New Orleans, where two of the plaintiffs lived.
  2. However, Judge Duval held that the Corps was not responsible for the flooding of eastern New Orleans, where two of the plaintiffs lived. (Web site)
  3. The Corps wanted to build canal floodgates in the lake, which might have prevented flooding in much of the city. (Web site)

Sea Level

  1. The elevation of the Superdome is about three feet (1 m) above sea level, and the forecasted storm surge was predicted to cause flooding on that site. (Web site)
  2. But forecasters still warn of the potential for severe flooding in a city that sits below sea level.

Affected

  1. More than 1.38 million people in Chenzhou were affected by Kaemi's rains, while 6,000 homes collapsed due to flooding and 280,000 people were evacuated.
  2. Flooding in Aug.-Sept., 2008, and again in October, afflicted several Ethiopian regions; several hundred thousand people were affected. (Web site)
  3. The area had been badly affected by fighting and instability in Afghanistan, with arms and refugees flooding the province. (Web site)

Network

  1. The PNNI routing protocol is a dynamic, hierarchical link state protocol that propagates topology information by flooding it through the network. (Web site)
  2. Unfortunately, there is no adequate protection against a flooding attack, or a misbehaving host or router which is flooding the network. (Web site)
  3. Layer 2 switches do not isolate broadcasts, instead flooding them throughout the network.

Packets

  1. Nmap detects rate limiting and slows down accordingly to avoid flooding the network with useless packets that the target machine will drop.
  2. Flooding a link will cause all packets, including packets from the attacker, to be dropped with the same probability.
  3. On Cisco routers, you enable the flooding of these packets as described in the " Controlling Broadcast Messages " section later in this chapter.

Winter Months

  1. It should be noted that some parts, particularly those west of Oxford, are subject to flooding during the winter months.
  2. Much of the damp pasture along the southern bank of the river is liable to winter flooding, and livestock are removed from this area during winter months.

Rainfall

  1. Variable amounts of rainfall to Ethiopia cause stunning differences in the amount of flooding seen farther down the course of the Nile. (Web site)
  2. It was flooded not by rainfall, but by a breach in the Industrial Canal levee, resulting in catastrophic flooding and loss of life in the neighborhood.

Unconfirmed Reports

  1. The flooding may be related to unconfirmed reports of levee breaks along industrial canals in the area. (Web site)

Young Seedlings

  1. The traditional method for cultivating rice is flooding the fields while, or after, setting the young seedlings. (Web site)

Rain Water

  1. Pooling of rain water can lead to flooding of roads in the southern half of Guam, which does not have sewer drainage built under the road surfaces.
  2. Even when flooding is due to rain water, the growth of microorganisms can cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. (Web site)

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