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Interim Flood Risk Map of the City of Winnipeg, Along the Red, Assiniboine and Seine Rivers

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Winnipeg, MB, Canada: Environment Canada Inland Waters Directorate; Manitoba Department of Natural Resources Water Resources Branch, 1980 Fine folded map, 1:30,000 scale, 40" x 50". A map prepared by the Environment Canada Inland Waters Directorate and the Manitoba Department of Natural Resources Water Resources Branch in February-March 1980, to show the flooding risk in the City of Winnipeg, along the Red River, Assiniboine River, and Seine River. Shaded areas indicate areas expected to flood. Also shows control gate and Red River Floodway as well as other designated floodways, normal water levels, and locations of historic sites, parks, golf courses, city boundaries, main roads and highways. Mint condition..
  • Bookseller: Bruce McLeod CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 006946
  • Title: Interim Flood Risk Map of the City of Winnipeg, Along the Red, Assiniboine and Seine Rivers
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: Environment Canada Inland Waters Directorate; Manitoba Department of Natural Resources Water Resources Branch
  • Place: Winnipeg, MB, Canada
  • Date published: 1980
  • Keywords: Interim Flood Flooding Risk s Map of the City of Winnipeg, Along the Red, Assiniboine and Seine River s Environment Canada Inland Waters Directorate; Manitoba Department of Natural Resources Water Resources Branch
  • Bookseller catalogs: Miscellaneous;

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