3 edition of Surface water supply of the United States 1961-65 found in the catalog.
Surface water supply of the United States 1961-65
United States Geological Survey
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1931|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 611 p. :|
|Number of Pages||611|
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10 SURFACE WATER SUPPLY,PART 11, VOLUME 1 Reports on surface water supply containing records from to date for drainage basins in this report are listed below.
The data for any particular gaging station will, in general, be found in the reports covering the years during which the station was maintained. Get this from a library. Surface water supply of the United States Part 12, Pacific slope basins in Washington.
Volume 2, Upper Columbia River basin. [Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. Department of the Interior.;] -- Covers the upper Columbia River watershed basins in Idaho, Montana, and Washington in addition to several gage readings in British Columbia located near the.
SURFACE WATER SUPPLY OF ALASKA SCOPE OF WORK This volume is one of a series of 37 reports presenting records of stage, discharge, and content, of streams, lakes, and reservoirs in the United States during the water years.
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This volume is one of a series of 37 reports presenting records of stage, discharge, and content, of streams, lakes, and reservoirs in the United States during the water years. Sincewhen the U.S. Geological Survey first studied streamflow in relation to problems of irrigation, similar records have been obtained at more than 17, gaging stations in the 50 States.
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