Second quinquennial abstract of statistics relating to river surveys in the Trent watershed
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Second quinquennial abstract of statistics relating to river surveys in the Trent watershed covering the five-year period 1957 to 1961 (with some supplementary data for 1962). by Trent River Board. Pollution and Fisheries Department.

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