Report of Kings River water master
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Report of Kings River water master for the period 1918-1930 by California. Division of Water Resources.

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Published by State of California, Dept. of Public Works, Division of Water Resources in Sacramento, Calif .
Written in English


  • Water-supply -- California -- Kings River,
  • Water resources development -- California -- Kings River,
  • Kings River (Calif.)

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Edition Notes

Other titlesKings River water master.
StatementCharles L. Kaupke.
SeriesBulletin / Division of Water Resources -- no. 38, Bulletin (California. Division of Water Resources) -- no. 38.
ContributionsKaupke, Charles L., Kings River Association (Calif.)
The Physical Object
Pagination426 p., [1] folded leaf of plates :
Number of Pages426
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22954908M

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