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An unnatural metropolis : wresting New Orleans from nature /
Analog Computers for Forest Hydrology Research.
Analysis Models for Solid Waste Collection. Volume I.
Analysis Models for Solid Waste Collection. Volume II.
Bibliography and discussion of flood-routing methods and unsteady flow in channels
Colorado River Basin Salt Routing Analysis, Engineering Report
Combined sewer overflow sediment transport model : documentation and evaluation /
COMMUTER v2.0 model coefficients.
Conceptual Development of a Toxic Screening Model.
Conventional and advanced sewer design concepts for dual purpose flood and pollution control : a preliminary case study, Elizabeth, New Jersey /
Decision-maker's guide to solid waste management, Volume II.
Decision-makers guide to solid waste management /
Decision-makers guide to solid waste management.
Effect of reservoir storage on peak flow
Effects of Areal and Time Distribution of Rainfall on Small Watershed Runoff Hydrographs.
Effects of Channel Characteristics on Time Parameters for Small Watershed Runoff Hydrographs.
Effects of Stream Straightening on Flood Runoff Characteristics.
Environmental flows : flood flows /
Evaluation of Alternative Service Improvements.
Evaluation of managed flooding of Mississippi Delta agricultural fields for control of nonpoint source nutrient pollution : a report to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality /
Freight distribution problems in congested urban areas : fast and effective solution procedures to time-dependent vehicle routing problems /
GRADD Regional Solid Waste Plan.
Heuristic Routing for Solid Waste Collection Vehicles.
Hydrograph Synthesis for Watershed Subzones from Measured Urban Parameters.
Interstate Movement of Municipal Solid Waste.
Magnitude and frequency of floods in Washington
Methodologies for Flow Prediction in Urban Storm Drainage Systems.
Methods for Routing Hydrographs through Open Channels.
Modeling of alternative criteria for dual purpose detention basins
Modification of Stream Flow Routing for Bank Storage.
Modular Distributed Model of Catchment Dynamics.
Noise Control: Pile Driver Demonstration Project, Waterloo, Iowa.
Numerical Models for Predicting Watershed Acidification.
Numerical Routing of Flood Hydrographs Through Open Channel Junctions.
Numerical Studies of Unsteady Flow in the James River.
Overview of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Storm and Combined Sewer Program Collection System Research.
Parameterization of Observed Hydrographs.
Productivity Gains from Diversifying the Sanitation Truck Fleet in New York City.
Quantity-Quality Simulation (QQS) A Detailed Continuous Planning Model for Urban Runoff Control. Volume II. Users's Manual.
Regional flood-frequency relations for west-central Florida
Routing of Solid Waste Collection Vehicles. Appendix A: A Linear Programming Approach for the Traveling Salesman Problem.
Routing of Solid Waste Collection Vehicles. Appendix A: Manual for Use of the Computer Codes.
Routing of Solid Waste Collection Vehicles. Appendix B: A Heuristic Solution to the M-Postmen's Problem.
Routing of Solid Waste Collection Vehicles. Appendix B: Optimal Routing of Solid Waste Collection Vehicles.
Simulation Model for the Upper Wabash Surface Water System.
Storage and flood routing /
Stream Productivity Analysis with DORM (Dissolved Oxygen Routing Model) - 1: Development of Computational Model.
Stream Renewal - A Concept.
Streamflow Routing (with Applications to North Carolina Rivers).
Systems analysis study of solid waste collection management.
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