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90 degree notch weir, water catchment, Foothills Parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Weir No. 1, with 90 degree notch substituted for rectangular weir. Structure located at Foothills right-of-way boundary.Look Rock Water System; Well, II-U-Water-6632, Physical Facilities - Utilities - Water systems
90 degree notch weir, water catchment, Foothills Parkway, Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains National Park Weir No. 2, upstream from Weir No. 1. Water system, Look Rock development, Foothills Parkway Work Order No. P-11 GSM. Look Rock Water System; Well, II-U-Water-6633, Physical Facilities - Utilities - Water systems
A Simplified approach to predict surface runoff and water loss hydrographs 14, [13] p. : ill. ; 28 cm.; "For presentation at the American Water Resources Association National Symposium on Watershed in Transition ... held at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, June 19-22, 1972."; Cover title.
1972
An atlas of Martin County surface water management basins (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (p. 38-41).; (Statement of Responsibility) by Richard M. Cooper and Ray Santee.; One map on 1 folded leaf in pocket.; "November 1988"; DRE 266
1988-11
An atlas of St. Lucie County surface water management basins (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (p. 30-33).; (Statement of Responsibility) by Richard M. Cooper and Terry W. Ortel.; One map on 1 folded leaf in pocket.; "November 1988"; One map on 1 folded leaf in pocket shelved in Map Library.; DRE 265
1988-11
An atlas of eastern Palm Beach County surface water management basins (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (p. 49-52).; (Statement of Responsibility) by Richard M. Cooper, Jim Lane.; One map on 1 folded leaf in pocket.; "June 1988"; DRE-244
1988-06
An atlas of surface water management basins in the Everglades: THE WATER CONSERVATION AREAS AND EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (p. 70-79).; (Additional Physical Form) Also issued online.; (Statement of Responsibility) by Richard M. Cooper, Joanne Roy.; One map in pocket.; "September 1991."; "DRE Inventory no. 300."; One folded map in pocket.
An atlas of the Everglades agricultural area surface water management basins (Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-76).; (Statement of Responsibility) by Richard M. Cooper.; One map on 1 folded leaf in pocket.; "September 1989"; DRE 274
1989-09
An operational watershed model : general considerations, purposes, and progress 4 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.; "...Reprinted from the Transactions of the ASAE (vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 688,689,690 and 691, 1971), the Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Saint Joseph, Michigan."
1971
An operational watershed model : step 1-B; regulation of water levels in the Kissimmee River Basin 16, [18] p. : ill. 12 figures. ; 28 cm.; Cover title.; "For presentation at the Fifth (annual) American Water Resources Conference in conjunction with the 15th Annual Water for Texas Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October 27-30, 1969."
1969
Application of SRPM to predict stormwater runoff and phosphorus loads Manuscript (WRE #339); May 1996; AWRA Summer 1996 Symposium on Watershed Restoration Management
1996-05
Applications of Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing To Hydrobiological Research in South Florida National Park Service Water Resources Division; National Park Service
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1968-02
Ashville watershed, Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway North Carolina Section 2N.
Ashville watershed, Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway North Carolina Section 2N.
Big Cypress Watershed, Florida: A report to the Secretary of Interior National Park Service Water Resources Division; National Park Service
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1971-04-19
Caloosahatchee River Oxbows: Environmental Inventory DRAFT REPORT - 8758; April 12, 1979; APPENDIX I INVENTORY OF 35 CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER OXBOWS LOCATED BETWEEN LABELLE AND W.P. FRANKLIN LOCKS, FLORIDA
1979-04

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