In the matter of stream and waterfowl habitat restoration plans and Grant Lake operations and management plan submitted by Los Angeles Department of Water and Power pursuant to the requirements of Water Right Decision 1631 (water right licences 10191 and 10192, applications 8042 and 8043): order requiring stream and waterfowl habitat restoration measures
State of California, State Water Resources Control Board, 1998 - Nature - 71 pages
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