Water Resources Research Center, University of Minnesota
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The fiscal year 1972 budget of the Center was $449,704. The Center supported 20 research projects involving 21 faculty members. These research projects were concerned with: water resources administration, zooplankton biomass in Lake Superior, mathematical watershed system analysis, aquatic plants, eutrophic lakes, groundwater basin information, mist irrigation, watershed runoff, soil water movement, near-shore periphyton, environmental movement, Mississippi river ecology, perception of water resources problems, financing of water resources development, water pollution social factors, water resources attitudes, forest management, water resources policies, subsurface irrigation, and flood forecasting. About 67 student received employment through the Center's program. During fiscal year 1972, there were 25 reports generated through research projects.
Water Resources Research Center. 1972. Eighth Annual Report Water Resources Research Center.
Water Resources Research Center
Water Resources Research Center.
Eighth Annual Report Water Resources Research Center.
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Blake, George R.; Espointour, Elizabeth (Water Resources Research Center, University of Minnesota, 1980-10)
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Walton, William C. (Water Resources Research Center, University of Minnesota, 1972-04)
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