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Aeration of Natural Waters: A Bibliography.
ANSWERS, areal nonpoint source watershed environment response simulation : user's manual /
Areawide Assessment Procedures Manual. Volume II.
Balanced Storm Drainage (Storm Drains for Roadways).
Bed Roughness of a Large River in an Alluvial Channel.
Calibration of a 90ê V-notch weir using parameters other than upstream head /
Characteristics of Transverse Mixing in Open-Channel Flows.
Computer Model of the Tidal Phenomena in Cook Inlet, Alaska.
Concentration and Size Distribution of Airborne Dust Particles in a Horizontal Duct Following a Venturi (Benchuri Koho no Suiheikannai ni Okeru Funjin no Bunpu to Ryudo Bunpu).
Contributions of the Theory of Surface Waves on a Viscous Fluid.
Deposition of fine sediments in turbulent flows /
Determination of discharge during pulsating flow /
Dispersion of Continuously Injected Effluents in Open Channels.
Effect of Rainfall on the Velocity Distribution in Shallow Channel Flow.
Effects of Channel Characteristics on Time Parameters for Small Watershed Runoff Hydrographs.
Effects of Density Differences on Lateral Mixing in Open-Channel Flows.
Effects of Stream Channelization on Fishes and Bottom Fauna in the Little Sioux River, Iowa.
Environmental Base and Management Study - Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana.
Equations for Estimating Bankfull Channel Geometry and Discharge for Streams in Massachusetts.
Erosion of Soft Cohesive Sediment Deposits.
Evaluation of Erosison Feed Chlorinators.
Evaluation of Techniques for Selecting Sites for Induced Infiltration Along the Alabama River.
Experimental Investigation of Hydraulic Transients in River-Reservoir Systems - Phase III.
Experimental Investigation of Hydraulic Transients in River-Reservoir Systems-Phase II.
Experiments in Small Watershed Response.
EXPLORE-I : a river basin water quality model /
Factors controlling minimum soil liner thickness /
Feasibility Study on In-Sewer Treatment Methods.
Flood Waves from a Controlled Breached Dam.
Flow augmenting effects of additives on open channel flows /
Flow Characteristics Within A Channel Boundary of Course Materials.
Flow of Water Over and Within a Protective Layer of Coarse, Granular Material.
Intensive Survey of the Mississippi South Central Basin: Data Summary, Summer 1998.
Intensive Survey of the Skillet Fork Basin: Data Summary, Summer 1998.
Mathematical Model of Water Advance and Flow in Small Earth Channels.
Mechanism of Direct Runoff from Rainfall.
Methodologies for Flow Prediction in Urban Storm Drainage Systems.
Methods for Routing Hydrographs through Open Channels.
Mixing Characteristics of Submerged Multiple-Port Diffusers for Heated Effluents in Open Channel Flow.
Northern Maine Regional Treatment System.
NPDES compliance flow measurement manual /
Numerical Routing of Flood Hydrographs Through Open Channel Junctions.
Numerical Solution of Transient Supercritical Flow by the Method of Characteristics with a Technique for Simulating Bore Propagation.
Numerical Solution of Unsteady Flows in Open Channels.
Numerical Studies of Unsteady Flow in the James River.
Open-channel flow /
Open-channel hydraulics /
Operational Characteristics of a Numerical Solution for the Simulation of Open Channel Flow.
Physics-Based Approach to Hydrologic Response Modeling: Phase I: Model Development.
Predicting Peak Flow of Small Watersheds by Use of Channel Characteristics.
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