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NHD, riverspill, and the development of the incident command tool for drinking water protection.Author(s): William B. Samuels; Rakesh Bahadur; Michael C. Monteith; David E. Amstutz; Jonathan M. Pickus; Katherine Parker; Douglas Ryan
Source: Water Resources Impact. 8(2): 15-18
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThis project involved the development of an information tool that gives Incident Commanders the critical information they need to make informed decisions regarding the consequences of threats to public water supply intakes.
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CitationSamuels, William B.; Bahadur, Rakesh; Monteith, Michael C.; Amstutz, David E.; Pickus, Jonathan M.; Parker, Katherine; Ryan, Douglas. 2006. NHD, riverspill, and the development of the incident command tool for drinking water protection. Water Resources Impact. 8(2): 15-18
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