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  Floods
What is flooding
What is a flash flood?
Why doesn't the water flow away?
Why do the same places flood?
Why do floods happen so often?
Why was the Thames Barrier built?

 
Why do floods happen so often?

Changes in the world's weather have meant Britain's climate has changed and areas of the country are more rained on than in the past.

These areas can't deal with the amount of water that has suddenly appeared, causing floods.


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