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Titolo: GENESEE RIVER BASIN STUDY OF WATER AND ...
Casa editrice: Corps of Engineers , Dept of the Army
Data di pubblicazione: 1969
Legatura: Soft Cover
Condizione libro: Very Good
Edizione: First Edition
8 soft cover volumes plus envelope with 5 folded maps, published June 1969. Accompanied by a letter from the Corps of Engineers, Department of the Army. Volume 1. Summary Report. Volume 2. Appendix A, B, C; History, Plan Formation, Project Designs and Cost Estimate. Volume 3. Appendix D; Economic Base Study. Volume 4. E, F; Hydrology, Flood Control. Volume 5. Appendix G, H; State Water Laws, Water Quality & Water Supply. Volume 6. Appendix J, K; Agriculture Studies, Sedimentation. Volume 7. L, M, N; Hydroelectric Power, Outdoor Recreation, Fish and wild life. Volume 8. New York State Supplement. Item 9, an envelope containing 5 folded maps. Illustrated with tables, charts, photographs and maps. Binding clips are some what rusty. Science; Maps, Photographs, charts and tables; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Unpaginated pages. Codice inventario libreria 16126
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