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Estimation of possible variations in the groundwater level in the Katun and Ob floodplains under runoff control of the Katun HPP


Soviet Meteorology and Hydrology ( 5): 65-69
Estimation of possible variations in the groundwater level in the Katun and Ob floodplains under runoff control of the Katun HPP
Electrical analogue models were used to assess the influence of the Katun dam on groundwater level in floodplains below it.


Accession: 002373356



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