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Quantifying Channel Maintenance Instream Flows: an Approach for Gravel-Bed Streams in the Western United States

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Quantifying Channel Maintenance Instream Flows: an Approach for Gravel-Bed Streams in the Western United States

by Schmidt, Larry J. And John P. Potyondy

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Fort Collins, Co": United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, 2004. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. No Jacket; Large Format. Printed wrapper, stapled; 33 pp; spine uncreased; slight rubbing to edges..

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Title
Quantifying Channel Maintenance Instream Flows: an Approach for Gravel-Bed Streams in the Western United States
Author
Schmidt, Larry J. And John P. Potyondy
Format/binding
Paperback
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service
Place of Publication
Fort Collins, Co"
Date Published
2004

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