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Regulation of Water Use
Nohre, C. O.; Raup, P. M. (Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1961)

Regulation of Water Use

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Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station

}diNNESOTA IS RICHLY ENDOWED with water resources. Famed as the land of 10,000 lakes and the source of the Mississippi, the state also possesses valuable ground-water reserves. The most notable is the Jordan sandstone basin centered in the ltfjnneapolis and St. Paul area. Virtually no surface waters flow into the state. In common with a small minority of states (Colorado, Wyoming, Wisconsin), Minnesota plays a major water supply role for neighboring areas.

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Station Bulletin

22 pages

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Nohre, C. O.; Raup, P. M.. (1961). Regulation of Water Use. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy,

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