The distribution of salinity in the estuary of the Delaware River
Ketchum, Bostwick H.
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The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution has been asked by the New York City Board of Water Supply to study and review recent observations on the distribution of fresh and salt water in the Estuary of the Delaware River. The objective was to determine the relationship between river flow and the salinity in various parts or the estuary so that the effects of the proposed diversion of Delaware River water on the distribution of salinity could be evaluated.
Originally issued as Reference No. 52-103, series later renamed WHOI-.
Suggested CitationTechnical Report: Ketchum, Bostwick H., "The distribution of salinity in the estuary of the Delaware River", 1952-12, DOI:10.1575/1912/5339, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/5339
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