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The Construction of Large Modern Water Dams

DURING the past ten years a striking increase has been seen in the number of hydraulic installations throughout France. A. Coyne

Author(s): Coyne, A

Keywords: dams;france;reviews;1930s;mareges dam, france;arch dams