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Flood Control

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Language Politics and Flood Control in Nineteenth-Century Montreal

Flood Control and Political Exclusion at Whittier Narrows, 1938–1948

A More Effective Scouring Agent: The New Year’s Eve Debris Flood and the Collapse of Local Flood Control, 1930–1934

Necessary but Not Sufficient: Storms, Environmentalism, and New Visions for Flood Control, 1969–2001

Evaluation of Flooding for Cultural Control of Sparganothis sulfureana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) in Cranberry Bogs

Rivers by Design: State Power and the Origins of U.S. Flood Control

JOHNSON, Eric Alfred George (1911 - 1994), retired chartered engineer; specialist in flood control, sea defences and land drainage engineering

The Sun Is Shining over Southern California: The Politics of Federal Flood Control in Los Angeles, 1935–1969

CONTROL OF RICE WATER WEEVIL WITH ICON 6.2FS APPLIED TO DRY SEED IN A WATER-PLANTED, DELAYED FLOOD CULTURE, 1998

CONTROL OF RICE WATER WEEVIL WITH DIMILIN 2L IN A DRILL-SEEDED, DELAYED FLOOD CULTURE - EUP STUDY, 1997

CONTROL OF RICE WATER WEEVIL WITH FIPRONIL IN A DRILL-SEEDED, DELAYED FLOOD CULTURE - EUP STUDY, 1997

CONTROL OF RICE WATER WEEVIL WITH KARATE 1EC AND KARATE Z IN A WATER-SEEDED, PINPOINT FLOOD CULTURE, 1998

Rohan D'Souza. Drowned and Dammed: Colonial Capitalism and Flood Control in Eastern India. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2006. Pp. xv, 264. $35.00

CONTROL OF RICE WATER WEEVIL WITH ICON 6.2FS APPLIED TO DRY AND PREGERMINATED SEED IN WATER-SEEDED RICE WITH 1PIN-POINT FLOOD, 1999

CONTROL OF RICE WATER WEEVIL WITH TADS 12253 AND VARIOUS SEEDING RATES OF ICON 6.2FS-TREATED SEED IN A DRY-SEEDED, DELAYED FLOOD CULTURE, 1998

 

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An engineering scheme that is designed to protect areas of land from being flooded. Options include the construction of embankments (levees and dykes) and walls, channel improvement, detaining part of the flood flow in a reservoir, and diverting some of the water into a bypass or floodway.

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