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OBSERVATION ON THE NISQUALLY GLACIER WASHINGTON AND GRINNELL JACKSON
FORECASTING NATURAL RUNOFF IN RELATION TO PUMPING FOR IRRIGATION George W Peak
USE OF ELECTRICAL SOILMOISTURE UNITS IN MOUNTAIN SOILS J S Horton
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