Transient response of shallow enclosed basins using the method of normal modes.
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# Transient response of shallow enclosed basins using the method of normal modes.

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• Hydrology -- Mathematical models

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Abstract also in French. Bibliography: p. 30.

The Physical Object ID Numbers Series Canada. Inland Waters Directorate. Scientific series, no. 38 Pagination vii, 30 p. ; Number of Pages 30 Open Library OL20048819M

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