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2 edition of landscape assessment of the Yare Basin flood control study proposals. found in the catalog.

landscape assessment of the Yare Basin flood control study proposals.

Land Use Consultants.

landscape assessment of the Yare Basin flood control study proposals.

by Land Use Consultants.

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Published by Countryside CommissionEastern Region in Cambridge .
Written in English


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SeriesCountryside Commission working paper -- WP 13
ContributionsGreat Britain. Countryside Commission.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14232089M

Apr 11,  · MacKenzie, P.E., CFM. is the Manager of the Master Planning Program at Urban Drainage & Flood Control District. He is the author of the UD-DETENTION spreadsheet model. Mr. MacKenzie has been involved in the design, construction, and modeling of many flood detention facilities and has many years of experience in general drainage design and. flood control, the impairment of streams and harbors, and the sedimentation of reservoirs. SCS undertook hydrologic and hydraulic research in order to design and implement effective conservation practices. The research developed basic principles that both aided the soil and water conservation Program and made pioneering contributions.

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