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The Response of Suspended Sediment, Turbidity, and Velocity to Historical Alterations of the Missouri River

SKU: Circ-1301
The Response of Suspended Sediment, Turbidity, and Velocity to Historical Alterations of the Missouri River (Circ-1301). Dale W. Blevins More details...
The Response of Suspended Sediment, Turbidity, and Velocity to Historical Alterations of the Missouri River
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The Response of Suspended Sediment, Turbidity, and Velocity to Historical Alterations of the Missouri River (Circ-1301). Dale W. Blevins Description: Large changes in suspended sediment and turbidity in the lower Missouri River below Gavins Point Dam have occurred in response to extensive structural changes that have been imposed on the Missouri River and its watershed during the last two centuries. 8.5 x 11, 8 pp.

 
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