Floods of March-April 1960 in Eastern Nebraska and Adjacent States

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USGS,1969, Matthai, H.F., 64pp., (WSP-1850-D), Heavy, intense rains in three areas on three different days caused outstanding flooding in the South Platte River Basin from Plum Creek, south of Denver downstream to the Colorado-Nebraska State line. Rainfall of as much as 14 inches in a few hours was reported Rains and flooding occurred from June 14 through June 17.
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Floods of March-April 1960 in Eastern Nebraska and Adjacent States. (WSP-1790-A) 144 pp. Snowmelt floods, record breaking on many streams and outstanding in terms of total area affected and runoff volumes generated, occurred in late March and early April 1960 on Missouri River tributaries in adjacent parts of six states. In order of states affected; Nebraska, South Dakota, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota and Missouri.   Only available as an un-bound B & W copy.  Please allow time for production.

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SKU WSP-1790-A
Price $10.00