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Water-Supply Bulletin No.3. Iowa Geological Survey. Stream-flow records published on a daily basis for the period 1943-1950. (Publication was curtailed by the State during and after World War II because of paper and personnel shortages) The report is arranged for convenient use and is designed to facilitate detailed consideration for surface-water problems in the State. These data are useful to public officials engaged in work on water resources including sediment and flood control; to engineers who plan, construct or maintain dams, bridges, sewage disposal or water works, industrial and agricultural developments, drainage projects, and power plants; and to others in the hydrologic field. 583 pp. Photographic plates 1-4 with watermark "line" at top edge of page-not on photographs. Foldout map of Iowa showing location of stream-gaging stations and lake gages operated by the United States Geological Survey, October 1950. One illustration with a typical design of river-measurement station showing reinforced concrete well and house for water-stage recorder.Mildly soiled covers. 3/4" repaired tear at top spine edge, otherwise covers are Very Good-. Interior is tight, clean and VG+.
Title: SURFACE WATER RESOURCES OF IOWA, October 1, 1942, to September 30, 1950
Illustrator: Tables, Plates (Photographs and Foldout Map), Figure
Publisher: State of Iowa: 1953
Binding: Paper Cover
Book Condition: Good+
Size: Size: Approx. 6 " x 9"
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 004371
Keywords: Iowa, Water-Supply Bulletin, Geological Survey, Iowa Geological Survey