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Hydrologic and geologic aspects of ground-water recharge along the Humboldt River near Winnemucca, Nevada
AuthorLarsen, William Robert
AdvisorMaxey, George B.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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A method of determining amounts of water available for groundwater recharge at various localities on the Humboldt River, Nevada, between Comus and Rose Creek is developed using a high flow frequency analysis.
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