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Water Quality and Lake-Stage Data for Wisconsin Lakes, Water Years 2012-2013

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Title
Water Quality and Lake-Stage Data for Wisconsin Lakes, Water Years 2012-2013
Published in
US Geological Survey, May 2017
DOI 10.3133/ofr20161050
Authors

Manteufel, S. Bridgett, Robertson, Dale M.

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#8,739,479
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#1,000
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#98
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