2 edition of Environmental assessment of water control structures in the Grand River Basin found in the catalog.
Environmental assessment of water control structures in the Grand River Basin
Steering Committee for the Grand River Conservation Authority.
|Statement||[prepared by the Steering Committee for the Grand River Conservation Authority].|
|Contributions||Grand River Conservation Authority.|
|LC Classifications||TC427.O5 S84 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
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The preparation of a File Size: 1MB. construction of two gated Souris River control structures within the existing river alignment, dewatering and control of water during construction, rock and vegetation stabilization, and hauling and disposal of waste materials.
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Box MP, Mt. Pleasant, Harare. California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Colorado River Basin Region Fred Waring Drive, Suite Palm Desert, CA Contact Persons Joan Stormo, Senior Engineering Geologist – Water Quality Policy Unit, () Project Location Sections R3E, R4E, R5E, R6E and R7E and T2S, T3S, T4S and T5S from the U.S.
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