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    Fish...and storms

    Discussion in 'Research' started by Randomthought31, Jan 27, 2008.

    After a big storm, like a small hurricane, would there be more fish closer to shore or less?
     
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    more dead ones, for sure! [blown onto land or left there when the waters recede]
     
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    In that case, it's perfect. About how long will it take for the water to receed would you say?
     
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    Depends on the area and how bad the hurricane was.
     
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    ummm...it was bad enough to fill an underground cave, which is 25yrds in length, 5 feet in width, and 7 feet in hieght.
     
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    I imagine that could take a while then...
    I live on high ground so I admit all I really know about hurricanes is that they're a good excuse to throw a party and watch your trees blow down. Though I know a guy who lives on the river and his neighborhood was flooded for a few weeks. It was awesome. All their houses were built up so there was no flood damage and you had to kayak house to house.
     
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    Well this is on a deserted beach island >.>
     
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    There is a mountain cave on a deserted beach island?
     
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    That sounds awesome!
     
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    It was awesome, in fact, I've found that as long as there's no expensive property damage (we can all survive with a few less trees so long as they don't hit the house) hurricane's in general are pretty awesome. But, yeah, that part about the property damage is important; nobody wants a tree in their living room unless it's christmas...and unfortunately that's a large part of taking a direct hit from a hurricane.
     
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    I imagine this being in the bayous of Louisiana or the Everglades of Florida. Damn, I wish I was there sometimes.

    One of my crazy lifetime ambitions is to be stormhunter for 6 months. :p
     
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    Florida would be the winner...though not in the Everglades, just a small town on the St. Johns that no one's ever heard of.
     
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    so lemme get this straight...people want a hurricane to knock a tree down and fall into their living room during christmas? Sounds like a weird present =P
     
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    That's right! XD
    Alas, we have no winter hurricanes :C (well, it's possible, but they rarely hit).
     

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