The San Lorenzo Project is located on the Lempa River in El Salvador.
It is the smallest of the Central America republics with an area of 8,260
square miles and a population of about 4 million. It is a mountainous
country with many volcanoes and upland plains, bounded by Guatumala,
Honduras, and a 160 mile coastline of the Pacific Ocean as shown on Chart 1.
The republic is primarily agriculture but is developing its industry. The
capital is San Salvador.
Wetzel, Joseph M.; Dahlin, Warren Q..
Model Studies Of The San Lorenzo Spillway Executive Hydroelectric Commission Lempa River El Salvador, Central America.
Saint Anthony Falls Laboratory.
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