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Chadwick, W.L.; Casagrande, A.; Coombs, H.A.; Dowd, M.W.; Fucik, E.M.; Higginson, R.K.; Leps, T.M.; Peck, R.B.; Seed, H.B.; and Jansen, R.B. (1976). Report to U.S. Department of Interior and State of Idaho on Failure of Teton Dam. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
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USACE, New England Division (1979). A Report on the Assessment of Flood Damages Resulting from the Storm of 6-7 February 1978 along the Coastline from Orleans, Massachusetts to New Castle, New Hampshire. Waltham, MA: New England Division.
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