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Fundamentals of Physical Geography

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James Petersen
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James Petersen
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Textbook Problem

How would you describe the features labeled “bayou?”

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Healthy green vegetation appears red on color infrared images, here showing the Red River and Smith Island, Louisiana.

Campti, Louisiana

Scale 1:62,500

Contour interval = 20 ft

U.S. Geological Survey

To determine

The description of the features labeled as “bayou”.

Explanation

The features labeled as bayou on the map represent a slow-running rivulet or a marshy portion of either a river or a lake. They are generally seen in flat regions where water accumulates in pools.

Bayous are mostly related to the southeastern part of U S. They are normally shallow and at times profoundly wooded...

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