The theory and application of vortex flow for soil reclamation and erosion prevention
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The theory and application of vortex flow for soil reclamation and erosion prevention by Thomas F. Ryan

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Statementby Thomas F. Ryan.
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 51113 (T)
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Paginationix, 52 leaves
Number of Pages52
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Open LibraryOL1826757M
LC Control Number89893734

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