|Statement||by Charles R.Lee [et al]. ; prepared for Department of the Army US Army Corps of Engineers..|
|Series||Environmental impact research program instruction report -- EL-85-2|
|Contributions||Lee, Charles R., United States (Department of the Army)|
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