This Seminar by Mike Oard was recorded at the Seattle Creation Conference, July 2004.
Geological evidence for Noah's Flood is presented, mainly for the last stage of the Flood as the water retreated off the continents. The Flood has left some startling traces on the surface of the earth in the form of erosional remnants, continental shelves, large-scale planation surfaces, quartzite rocks transported by water hundreds of miles from their nearest source, water gaps, pediments, and submarine canyons. All these geomorphic features are very difficult, if not impossible, to explain by the "slow processes over millions of years" alternative model.
Michael Oard has a Masters Science degree in Atmospheric Science from the University of Washington. He worked as a meteorologist/weather forecaster for the (US) National Weather Service, and has published several papers in his field in widely recognized journals on topics such as the world wide flood as a cause for the ice age and the mass extinction of the woolly mammoth.