Supplementary report on the distribution of salinity in the estuary of the Delaware River
Ketchum, Bostwick H.
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Since the preparation of my report on the distribution of salinity in the estuary of the Delaware River (N.Y.C. Exhibit 40) a new formula governing the releases of water from storage during periods of low flow has been proposed.
Originally issued as Reference No. 52-103 Supp., series later renamed WHOI-. NYC Exhibit 40A. Supplement to NYC Exhibit 40.
Suggested CitationKetchum, B. H. (1953). Supplementary report on the distribution of salinity in the estuary of the Delaware River. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/5340
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