Look Lab/ Hawaii

Look Lab/ Hawaii

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The culverts extend the length of the structure beyond the gate bays where they enter into the forebay and the tailbay. Sluice valves in the culverts adjacent to the gate bays are operated by electric motors. ... Most of these industries utilize the Mississippi River as a source of process or cooling water and all use the river to discharge their wastes. Heavy metals, such as mercury, arsenic, lead, copper, chromium, cadmium, and zinc have been found in waste discharges as well as phenolsanbsp;...

Title:Look Lab/ Hawaii
Author: James K. K. Look Laboratory of Oceanographic Engineering
Publisher: - 1973

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