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The Effect of Entrance Mixing on the Size of Density Currents in Shaver Lake

Bell, Hugh Stevens (1947) The Effect of Entrance Mixing on the Size of Density Currents in Shaver Lake. Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 28 (5). pp. 780-791.

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The present paper discusses entrance mixing and presents data that were obtained during June 1944, at Shaver Lake, California. We believe that no previous attempt has been made to study entrance mixing under field conditions.

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Additional Information:Manuscript received October 31, 1946; presented at the Regional Meeting, Section of Hydrology, Sacramento, California, February 27, 1946; open for formal discussion until March 1, 1948. The generous assistance and wise counsel of Robert T. Knapp, Vito A. Vanoni, and H. A. Einstein in planning the field work and interpreting the data are gratefully acknowledged. Able assistance in the field was given by James T. Rostron, Helen R. and John S. Bell, and by Eric Bergh, Fred Swanson, and many others of the Big Creek staff of the Southern California Edison Company. The cooperation of Wm. A. Lang, also of the Edison Company, has been of great value. Rostron and James D. Savage prepared the illustrations.
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