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The 1996 Lake Ha! Ha! breakout flood, Quebec: Test data for geomorphic flood routing methods

Bibliographic reference Capart, Hervé ; Spinewine, Benoît ; Young, DL ; Zech, Yves ; Brooks, Gregory R ; et. al. The 1996 Lake Ha! Ha! breakout flood, Quebec: Test data for geomorphic flood routing methods. In: Journal of Hydraulic Research, Vol. 45, no. Extra Issue, p. 97-109 (2007)
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