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Response of currents and water quality to changes in dam operations in Hoover Reservoir, Columbus, Ohio, August 24–28, 2015

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Title
Response of currents and water quality to changes in dam operations in Hoover Reservoir, Columbus, Ohio, August 24–28, 2015
Published in
US Geological Survey, May 2017
DOI 10.3133/sir20175027
Authors

Vonins, Branden L., Jackson, P. Ryan

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#8,921,412
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#1,008
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#191,108
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#95
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