USING GIS AND HYDRAULIC MODELING TO EVALUATE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS TO INTRUSIONS: A CASE STUDY


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USING GIS AND HYDRAULIC MODELING TO EVALUATE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS TO INTRUSIONS: A CASE STUDY
Trevor R. Lindley Malcolm Pirnie, Inc. Phoenix, Arizona Steven G. Buchberger University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio 1010810USING GIS AND HYDRAULIC MODELING TO EVALUATE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS TO INTRUSIONS: A CASE STUDY
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Larry W. Mays: Urban Water Supply Handbook. USING GIS AND HYDRAULIC MODELING TO EVALUATE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS TO INTRUSIONS: A CASE STUDY, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering Export