A Beginner’s Guide to Water Management — Lake Morphometry
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LAKEWATCH, Florida. 2003. “A Beginner’s Guide to Water Management — Lake Morphometry: Cir104/FA081, 9/2001”. EDIS 2003 (6). https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-fa081-2001.


This document, CIR 104, is the fourth of a series of information circulars dedicated to familiarizing citizens with the language and techniques used by those involved in water management within the state of Florida. First printed in April 2001. This is the second edition, published in September 2001. 

Cir104/FA081: A Beginner's Guide to Water Management?Lake Morphometry (ufl.edu)

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