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Water Measurement Manual

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Water Measurement Manual

Publisher: Reclamation Bureau
ISBN/ASIN: 0160617634
ISBN-13: 9780160617638
Number of pages: 317

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The mission of many public and private water resources organizations is to manage and conserve existing water supplies. These management efforts involve making sound technical and economic decisions concerning new and existing water needs, while respecting the environment by sustaining or restoring the aquatic ecosystems which may be affected.

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