Delaware River basin, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware: letter from the Secretary of the Army transmitting a letter from the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, dated April 2, 1962, submitting a report, together with accompanying papers and illustrations, on a review of the Delaware River and tributaries, requested by a resolution of the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate, adopted April 13, 1950, and other resolutions of that Committee and of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, listed in the report, Volume 8
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25 20 DISTANCE acres aquifer areas average Beach Brandywine Broadkill River Castle County Christina River Coastal Coordinators Creek Delaware Bay DELAWARE INTRASTATE WATER Delaware River Delaware River Basin Delaware River estuary DELAWARE WATER POLLUTION discharge DISTANCE ABOVE DELAWARE Dover downstream drainage Drainage Basin EFFECT OF FRESH estimated estuary fisheries flood FRESH WATER FLOW future gallons ground water growth highway House increased flow industrial wastes INTRASTATE WATER RESOURCES irrigation Jersey Kent County land LOW WATER SLACK marshes MEASURED DURING LOW miles municipal Nanticoke River needs percent period POLLUTION COMMISSION EFFECT ponds population present problems production projections radioactive wastes recreation RESOURCES SURVEY DELAWARE salinity sediment sources specific stream surface water SURVEY DELAWARE WATER Sussex County Table tidal tion University of Delaware upstream waste treatment WATER POLLUTION COMMISSION water quality WATER RESOURCES SURVEY WATER SLACK FIG water supply weakfish wildlife Wilmington Woodland Beach zooplankton